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On The Road: A Traveling Gutenberg Press

Like a lot of people Rusty Maisel had questions about the Bible, so he went looking for answers. Along the way he collected several biblical artifacts some dating back to 3000 B.C. I went On the Road to meet Maisel and his traveling exhibit called the Enduring Word Museum.

05/29/2012

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On The Road: Cowboy Boot Skates

In the Lone Star State, you can find folks wearing cowboy boots for everything from bull riding to black tie affairs. But one man loves his boots so much that he’s taken them rolling.

05/22/2012

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On The Road: After School Ballet

I’ve seen a lot of after school programs where kids simply chase each other just to kill the time, but one program in Fort Worth is keeping kids on their toes, literally.

05/17/2012

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On The Road: Fort Worth Bicycle Tree

One person I have never forgotten is George Hilton. A few years ago I went by his place to do a story on his somewhat famous tree. You see Hilton is the man responsible for the ‘bicycle tree’ in Fort Worth.

04/10/2012

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On The Road: Braille Weaving Loom

They say the key to learning something is to have fun while you are learning and you will remember it better. Today I went On the Road to the Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind to find out about a new tool they are using to teach the visually impaired about braille.

03/28/2012

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On The Road: Musicians Making The Accordion “Cool”

The old squeeze box know as the accordion is not known for being a hip instrument but in today’s On the Road in Texas I met two young maestros’ of the accordion that are on a mission to make the accordion “cool”.

03/27/2012

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On the Road: Model T Man

Classic cars have always amazed me because they have stood the test of time. To see an old car still running down the road shows how well those cars were made. You don’t see too many cars from the 80’s and 90’s any more because they were not made to last.

03/26/2012

Through The Lens: JP’s Barber Shop

When I get my hair cut, I have to admit I like to be sitting in a barber shop.  A real barber shop complete with barber’s pole and barber’s chairs and not a salon.  In […]

02/28/2012

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Through The Lens: National Scouting Museum

One of the most famous American artists of the 20th century is Norman Rockwell. His art is a humorous look into Americana, but did you know he got his start with the Boy Scouts of […]

02/09/2012

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Through The Lens: Valentines For Veterans

Valentine’s Day is about showing love and appreciation for others and in today’s Through the Lens I met a group of elementary students from Sonntag Elementary in the Frisco ISD that are doing just that. […]

02/08/2012

Through The Lens: Pole Position Raceway

I don’t think it matters who you are, I think everyone likes to pretend to be a race car driver when they get the chance. I got my chance last week when I went to the Pole Position Raceway in Frisco.

02/06/2012

Through The Lens: Rodeo For The Blind

“It’s boots and chaps, it’s cowboy hats.  It’s spurs and latigo” that’s how Garth Brooks describes the rodeo, but when you go to the rodeo what do you see?  There are lots of sights to take in, everything […]

01/30/2012

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