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Fear and Loathing of the Greeting Card Holidays

I’m here to offer some sound chivalric advice to the men out there whose lady friends aren’t yet as enlightened as me, eschewing Valentine’s Day for the trap it is.

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Embrace the Winter – or something like that

Yeah, I’m going to Embrace the Winter all right. I’m going to put my arm around this season, and start to squeeze, and then take my hands and tighten my grip, and squeeze more and more and yell maniacally and laugh hysterically…

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Sweet Bubbly

McKay Anderson of the recently opened Taste Dessert Bar suggests a few of her favorite after-dinner drink pairings with sweet and savory dishes.

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The Caravan Motel

The 1950s were the glory days of Route 66, and the Caravan Motel opened at 620 Amarillo Blvd. West to take advantage of the rush of travelers headed down the Mother Road.

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“An Evening with Cheech Marin: Perspectives of an Art Advocate”

Amarillo Museum of Art Alliance hosted “An Evening with Cheech Marin: Perspectives of an Art Advocate” on Feb. 9 at the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts.
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Ink Life Music & Tattoo Festival

Building on its continued success from prior events, the three-day festival will include a carnival of tattoo artists, nationally known metal bands, photo- and autograph-seekers, the Captain’s Sideshow, and a human suspension show.

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Bless Your Heart

Lizzie Smith, co-owner and operator of Pan-Handlers Café with Livia Woodburn, shares some of her favorite heart-healthy dishes.

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Toom’s Restaurant

We suggest stepping out of your comfort zone to try Toom’s excellent Lao food – you won’t regret it.

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