After loading the grill with droolworthy ribs, chicken, burgers and fajitas this Labor Day weekend, remember not to ditch the scrumptious sides that complement them.
I am not exactly The Next Food Network Star and lack the Julia Child-gene so you just have to trust me that these are tried-and-tasty, family-pleasing salad suggestions.
A culinary whiz at zapping Lean Cuisines and Smart Ones, I can attest that these recipes are easy to prepare, wonderfully flavorful and the ingredients are mostly inexpensive.
The 13th annual United We Sing Concert is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 13 at 3 p.m. in Evans Auditorium on the campus of Texas State University.
Several outstanding quartets have been lined up for this year’s free concert including “Highlights,” a quartet from the Austin area that formed less than two years ago and quickly established a reputation as a fun and entertaining quartet.
The four men of Highlights met as members of the Austin-based A Cappella Texas Chorus and have shared their friendship and harmony with audiences from two to 2,000.
Seven youth members of the David Lee “Tex” Hill Composite Squadron took to the skies over Hill Country this summer.
The young adults, Civil Air Patrol cadets, were given the opportunity to fly as part of CAP’s orientation flight program.
“O-Flights,” as they’re called, are introductory in nature and teach cadets the basics of flying.
During the rides, a Civil Air Patrol pilot will instruct the cadets on proper techniques and procedures, aircraft instrumentation, radio communication protocols and more.
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