THREE MINUTES WITH THE SAINTS

After the Candy and the Ghosts, We Celebrate the Saints

It’s actually a three-day holiday

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In a few hours, the streets will be filled with tiny ghosts and goblins demanding sweets of all types. For many, Halloween night is their favorite holiday, but as I wrote in an earlier piece about its history, Halloween is only the start of…

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Writer, bookseller, would-be roadie for the E Street Band. My ultimate goal is to make books as popular in Texas as high school football...it may take a while.

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Paul Combs

Paul Combs

Writer, bookseller, would-be roadie for the E Street Band. My ultimate goal is to make books as popular in Texas as high school football...it may take a while.

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