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It may seem like the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy has been dissected in every manner imaginable. But new perspectives…
As part of its 15th anniversary celebration, the Texas Forts Trail Region has launched a passport program to encourage visitors…

ACL Fest x2—Get Ready!

Written by | Published October 2, 2013
The Austin City Limits Festival kicks off the first of two weekends for the very first time on Friday, October…

Art branches out on Austin's Lady Bird Lake

Written by | Published October 1, 2013
  If you visit downtown Austin this fall, you might wonder "why is there a big, white tree hovering over…

Updated Digs for Big Texas

Written by | Published September 26, 2013
Last year’s State Fair of Texas cliffhanger was an electrical fire that damaged the iconic Big Tex. As the State…

We'll Cotton to that

Written by | Published September 18, 2013
According to weather forecasts, cooler temperatures arrive in Central Texas this weekend. While it won't be quite sweater weather, these…

Texas To Do: Top Three Picks for the Fourth of July

Written by | Published July 1, 2013
Freedom Over Texas, Houston's Fourth of July celebration, includes a huge firworks show over downtown. (Photo by Richard Carson) From…
(Fireworks explode over Waterway Square at the Memorial Day Weekend Celebration in The Woodlands./Photo courtesy of The Woodlands CVB) Memorial…

Houston to host 2017 Super Bowl

Written by | Published May 21, 2013
The Super Bowl is heading back to Houston—Super Bowl LI, to be exact.
Women take a closer look at a piece of pottery at the Rockwall Founders Day Festival, which features all-day live…
A cook-off competitor fries up his best chicken-fried steaks in Lamesa. The West Texas town of Lamesa, about 60 miles…
Some are shy on stage; others are natural performers. Some feature technical playing; others draw on their emotions. They're all…
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