The March/April issue of IN magazine is now online and will hit the streets on Saturday.
The magazine includes stories and photos on fashion, fitness, culture, health, decorating and outdoor living.
“We have stories about three amazing people who have overcome adversity to make their dreams come true,” said Danny Mogle, the editor.
Patti Foster was involved car crash that left her on the brink of death and with a brain injury that forced to relearn everything from her ABCs to how to eat. Today she is a motivational speaker encouraging people to live each day to the fullest.
Martha Josey grew up poor and suffered injuries that doctors said would never allow her to compete as a barrel racer. She went on to become one of the most successful barrel racers of all time. Today she and her husband run a barrel-racing school in Marshall.”
Jared Paul Wilson’s career as an artist was beginning to take off when he was diagnosed with an aggressive malignant melanoma in his left eye. He was told he would probably lose his vision. After a successful operation, he paints with a renewed sense of passion.
The magazine also celebrates the arrival of spring.
“The fashion spread is full of the pastels associated with spring and we are featuring our youngest model ever. We will tell you all the best places to go in the region to see spring flowers and how you can use tablescapes to add a touch of spring to any room.”
IN Magazine is a bimonthly publication available for free at fine restaurants, retail shops and other sites throughout the region. For a complete lists of locations, see the “Get an Issue” tab at the top of the magazine’s website.
Copies of the magazine also are available at the office of the Tyler Morning Telegraph, 410 W. Erwin St.