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The Father, The Son and the Touchdown Jesus
Jan 26/17

The Father, The Son and the Touchdown Jesus Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

When my son was a toddler, we were driving down the road one day when he spotted something. He pointed to a football stadium, “Look Mommy, church!” I said, “No, that’s a football stadium.” Then I paused, “…which is kind of the same thing.” The reason it’s cliché is because it’s true: In the South, football is a religion. We...

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Ode to My College Town
Jan 26/17

Ode to My College Town Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

  Big cities certainly have their place in our culture, but there is something magical and mystical about America’s college towns. College Towns are so uniquely personal and mean so much more to our society than just memories of the time we spent at school, the student populations, the Saturday games, or the party atmosphere. Many of them have anchored...

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10 Fixes for Bare Wall Blues
Jan 26/17

10 Fixes for Bare Wall Blues Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

Ever look over at your wall and get sad that it’s bare? Or maybe you’ve had the same ole picture or art hanging there for years. We’ve got the perfect items to beat the bare wall blues. 1. Shadow Box Shadow boxes, based on naval history, were created to keep a sailor from having their shadow touch land before their...

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10 Signs You Might Be From Texas
Jan 26/17

10 Signs You Might Be From Texas Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

  Texas. It’s a world all its own. And the people there — don’t mess with them. They do everything bigger. From hair to handguns. You can spot them a mile away, and we’re not saying that’s a bad thing. So, from barbecued brisket expert to Galveston vacations, from panhandle to shining sea, here’s 10 tell-tale signs you might be...

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10 Signs You Might Be From Arkansas
Jan 26/17

10 Signs You Might Be From Arkansas Posted by: Rod Ford | 0 Comments

  Ross Perot once said that he didn’t make Arkansas the butt of every joke, God did. Of course, no one really thought Ross Perot was very funny. And since he proceeded to have his backside handed to him by an Arkansan after that, well, no one really took him seriously either. There are quite a few things that Arkansans...

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BREAKING NEWS: College Football Fans Like To Eat
Jan 26/17

BREAKING NEWS: College Football Fans Like To Eat Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

Of course, that is not really news to anyone living below the Mason-Dixon line. We all know fans who happily bleed orange and blue or red and black. Some even bleed purple and gold. But the one thing we all have in common is our love of good food, and maybe even a beverage or...

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Best College Tailgating Spots, PT. 3
Jan 26/17

Best College Tailgating Spots, PT. 3 Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

Here's Part 3 of our Best College Tailgating Spots, featuring Mizzou, Vanderbilt, and the University of Texas. Game on! SHOP NOW: COLLEGE TOWNS   Mizzou While tailgating is allowed anywhere on campus, the big action happens at Hearnes Center Fieldhouse, where large groups obtain permits to serve alcohol, and the brand new Tiger Town, located at Faurot Field, which is...

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Festivals in the South: Beignet Fest
Jan 26/17

Festivals in the South: Beignet Fest Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

Looking for a weekend getaway? Pop on over to New Orleans who has added a new festival to its list. Beignet Fest makes the 133rd festival held in the Big Easy. Every single month of the year you can find festivals centered around food, music, and arts with the biggest of course being Mardi Gras. The newest addition is the...

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