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By Michelle LynnePresident, ML Interiors Group After the year we’ve had in 2020, our clients are definitely looking forward to 2021 trends that serve their lifestyle while also creating a tranquil environment to begin and end their day (or even work from home DURING the day!). An Organic, Relaxed Vibe Whether through a woven style […]Read More
By Duke Loper of Hobert Pools When it comes to investing in a new pool, it’s imperative that you research the pool builder and know who you are about to do business with. Unfortunately, many companies will do what’s necessary to make themselves look good on social media, selling themselves as a reputable company. But […]Read More
By Bob HoebekePresident, Hobeke Builders “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe…” On the used car lot, all the vehicles look great. Clean on the inside, and shiny on the outside. But each car couldn’t be more different. Small, stylish, high-speed roadsters behave differently than “Mom-mobile” SUVs with plenty of room for the family. Standard, mid-line sedans provide […]Read More
By Sarah ZubiateFounder and Farmer at ZUBI’S This is my home and my heart. It’s the place where I spend my weekends, where my family and I make outdoor memories, and where my thriving company and farm exists. Our ranch and farm is truly the place that ignites and drives my passion for promoting positivity […]Read More
By Elizabeth Mast Owner of Talulah & HESS There is no better time than the holiday season to welcome guests into your home. It is your sanctuary and a reflection of who you are and the lifestyle you lead. Create a seasonal sensory experience in your home through thoughtful style details to make a lasting […]Read More
By Micah MooreSpecial Contributor New life is coming to a vacant building on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. that is meant to spark redevelopment in one of the most economically disadvantaged neighborhoods in the city. The Forest District — a newly-minted name for the area Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. between Lamar and S.M. Wright […]Read More