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Inside Miranda and Blake's Texas-Sized Wedding

From the "God-centered" ceremony to the "out of control, crazy” reception, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert's Texas wedding left guests "smiling from ear to ear," says Lambert's mother, Bev, in PEOPLE Country's new cover story.

Posted on 01 Jun 2011
US Weekly: Miranda Lambert Weds Blake Shelton!

It's official: Miranda Lambert is a married woman!

The 27-year-old "House That Built Me" singer wed longtime love Blake Shelton late Saturday evening at Texas' Don Strange Ranch, the couple confirms to Us Weekly exclusively.

Posted on 14 May 2011
Don Strange Ranch featured on PBS’s show Ray LaMontagne: Live from the Artist’s Den

The historic Don Strange Ranch in Boerne, Texas provided a fitting setting for folk troubadour Ray LaMontagne and his band, the Pariah Dogs, on a cool autumn night. Culminating the tour celebrating their latest album, God Willin & The Creek Don't Rise, the group performed in the ranch's beautiful Kendall Creek Barn before a crowd of four hundred fans who came from all corners of the country to attend.

Posted on 01 Apr 2011
San Angelo Standard-Times: Wife pens tribute to catering legend Don Strange

“Don Strange of Texas: His Life and Recipes” (Shearer Publishing, $34.95) is a biography and a cookbook rolled into one, featuring the late San Antonio catering legend.

Written by wife Frances Strange, with chef/cookbook author Terry Thompson-Anderson, the full-color oversize volume tracks the story of a man who loved to throw a good party, whether for a Hill Country wedding, a White House barbecue or a gathering of 35,000 Lutheran youth...


Posted on 01 Feb 2011
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: Wife pens tribute to catering legend Don Strange

“Don Strange of Texas: His Life and Recipes” (Shearer Publishing, $34.95) is a biography and a cookbook rolled into one, featuring the late San Antonio catering legend.

Written by wife Frances Strange, with chef/cookbook author Terry Thompson-Anderson, the full-color oversize volume tracks the story of a man who loved to throw a good party, whether for a Hill Country wedding, a White House barbecue or a gathering of 35,000 Lutheran youth...


Posted on 01 Feb 2011