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Day Trips: Goldthwaite's Texas Botanical Garden

Re-creating a slice of the Texas Hill Country

BY Gerald E. McLeod

Gay Place

Don't fear the creepers: That's just the Weird City Sisters

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

BY Mr. Smarty Pants

The Good Eye: A Woman Possessed

Was she wrong to go all Isabelle Adjani on New Yorker book critic James Wood?

BY Amy Gentry

The Luv Doc

Sometimes what you believe to be your strength is actually a weakness

BY LuvDoc

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Fri., Oct. 24

In last week's story, the "10-1 Ticker ... Election Updates!" (Oct. 17) Cindy Mallette was described as a current operative of the Koch Bros. front group, Americans for Prosperity; she last worked for AFP in 2011.

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