My instinct is to rush through the park to see as much as I can, but it’s the opposite of how one should visit Tivoli.
Kyle Anderson wasn’t planning on being an organ donor. He jokes that he still isn’t listed as one on his driver’s license, but perhaps he should be. Even if he is short one kidney.
Trying to describe the clientele at his new Spicewood-area restaurant and bar, founding partner Jeremy Murray said he has seen every type of automobile—from Maseratis to semitrailers—in the parking lot.
It is evident in Francis Tsai’s work that he loved science fiction, textures, and graphic shapes. What isn’t obvious is that he drew using only his eyes.
A woman in a beautiful red dress squeezes down the narrow aisle of a small Air Botswana plane. Anne McCullough’s hand instinctively reaches for her sketchbook, already halfway filled.
“For many felons, being out of the big house can be more difficult than being there in the first place.”
“You swing until you hit it with a new company … maybe we’ll hit a homerun, maybe we’ll strike out,” Dell said. “But it won’t be the last time I step up to the plate.”