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The other night I heard Raymond Arroyo on Fox News say he hates making New Year’s Resolutions because they don’t make any sense, or they are signs of laziness (or something like that).

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I thought the above quote by Dr. Edwards Deming (used as the headline) would make a good title for what I am about to say. In this age of information from so many media outlets and social media in general, a lot of information is transmitted to people wanting to be informed about all kinds o…

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Saturday is Christmas, which means different things to different people. It can range from only being a day marking the birth of Jesus, to a holiday on which gifts and food are the only focus.

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From the time one first feels pain (physical or emotional), he or she understands there are consequences to his or her actions.

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Like many of you, I receive my share of spam emails. However, this past Monday I received hundreds of emails from “different” people loaded with the exact same letter with the subject line “STATUES MUST GO.” The letter was referring to Steve Russell’s “Cultural Interface” sculptures planned …

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This question has always been and always will be a mind game we all play. When something bad has happened we want to figure out who’s to blame so we can make them fix it. Human nature says it wasn’t me, it was you. You need to fix it and you need to pay the price to fix it. It seems that who…

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As we all know, tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day, a day during which we should take a break from outside turmoil, as well as inner strife one might be facing, and look around at those things for which to give thanks.

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As we all know, tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day, a day during which we should take a break from outside turmoil, as well as inner strife one might be facing, and look around at those things for which to give thanks.

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Murray Leeper, a long-time friend of mine, emailed a column penned by Tish Harrison Warren in the Oct. 24 edition of the New York Times.

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I’ve lived in Aransas County going on 38 years and I’ve never taken an art class at the Rockport Center for the Arts (RCA) – until now.

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On the front page of this edition there is a short story about the motor vehicle burglaries in Rockport Country Club and Whistler’s Cove.

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We live in Rockport, TX, which is an “artists colony’.  We all rely upon the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and Article 1, Section 8 of the Texas Constitution, which preserves everyone’s right of free expression, including the right of artists to paint, sculpt, and otherwise create…

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Last week I was going to address what I called one of my first days/weekends of normalcy since Hurricane Harvey, the COVID-19 pandemic, the big freeze, and our big rain event, but it was the week before the 20th anniversary of 9/11, so that obviously took precedent.

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Last Wednesday I published a picture of a shell found in local waters by Melanie Leal Debuttes. She didn’t believe the shell is usually found in our area, so we asked people to respond if they knew anything about it, as in where its type is generally found.

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It seems like I’ve gotten less sleep than usual, but that’s not the case. Yes, I keep a record of my sleep and I average a little more than 6-1/2 hours per night (or at times, per 24 hour period).

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There has been a lot of conversation recently about providing more affordable housing in Rockport, but there is a counterpoint to that sentiment.

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