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Never Forget a Face

From the Texas Observer

Ken Pridgeon, 77, spent 10 years in the air force before becoming a billboard painter—known as “Ken the Dauber”—in Baytown. Now he’s on a mission to memorialize every Texas serviceperson lost in Iraq and Afghanistan with a 3’-by-4’ portrait, even as the number continues to grow. So far, Pridgeon has finished 85 portraits, most of which are on display at Baytown’s Portrait of a Warrior Memorial Art Gallery. He says the

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(Book Selection) - Dulce IV

Jenny walked up to the door of the recreational vehicle and knocked. She could hear the Today Show blaring full tilt inside the trailer house. Knowing Dave was decidedly hard of hearing, she banged on the door harder. She could hear the dog whining softly on the other side of the door. She reached down to try the door and found the knob turned easily in her hand.


“Sailor? You in there Sailor? It’s

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Another Day in Paradise

Watching the news this winter morning and I see where the East Coast is bracing for the worst blizzard in 25 years and SoCal is searching for a vigilante cop killer. Ain’t neither one of those events going to fly here in South Texas. The weather here has been exemplary for the past 2 weeks — a couple of good little rains to settle the dust and the Mountain Cedar pollen– and temps in the

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(Book Selection) - Dulce III

Sailor had accepted Charlie’s invite to stay at his house for a few nights while he checked the area out. By the second day he had engaged the services of a realtor and by the end of the week he had purchased the ’69 Chevy pickup and made an offer on 40 acres of High Desert scrub east of Dulce just off Hwy. 64. Sailor had grown accustomed to living in small spaces after all

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