Music is a universal language. Whether instrumental or with words, and regardless of age or style, music speaks to us all. It can soothe heartache, calm rage, incite euphoria — mirror whatever emotion we feel in the moment.
Jane Boone, marketing director at Temple CACMost valuable TOOL in her BAG...
As the marketing director for the Temple Cultural Activities Center, Jane Boone wears many hats. If she is not coordinating the new adult and children’s classes for the upcoming season, she is selecting...
Location: 206 E. Rancier Ave., Killeen Phone: 254-526-2326 Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday. Eat in or take out.
Katherine Catmull offers a modern take on the fairy tale in her newest young adult fantasy novel, “The Radiant Road” (Penguin Young Readers, 2016).
Victory Rails: American Railroads
1. Miss Juneteenth pageant contestants, from left, Diamond Phillips, Kayla McCall, Valarie Wimes, AshLyon Rozier, Zaria Hall and Lauren Dye compete in Killeen.
How do you stay beautiful on the go?Each month Tex Appeal peeks inside the bag of one busy woman to reveal her best beauty secrets and must-have essentials.
I remember hearing somewhere that you can dine around the world without ever leaving Killeen, and I am beginning to understand that statement. Every month, Tex Appeal looks for a unique, family-owned and operated restaurant that can take you away from the norm of everyday food and introduce you to an international world of cuisine. Such was our discovery at Glendora’s Guyanese Caribbean & American Cuisine in Killeen.
“Now, this is Friends of the Temple Library 101,” Carol Hodge said, laughing as she passed the circulation desk on her way to the Friends’ sorting room.
Free Concerts in the park
Each month, Tex Appeal peeks inside the bag of one busy woman to reveal her best beauty secrets and must-have essentials.
Story by CATHERINE HOSMAN
Stocking your kitchen with the essential tools is the key to making cooking enjoyable, fast, and fun. Many people claim they “hate to cook” or that they “can’t cook,” and you would understand why if you stepped into their kitchens. Even a short, 30-minute recipe that requires only a couple chopped ingredients becomes very laborious when using a dull knife; and then cooking with a cheap, thin pan that causes foods to stick or burn only escalates the problem. No wonder people choose to eat out or warm up a pre-made convenience meal from the freezer.