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CULTURE & LIFESTYLE

Culture on the Concho: The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

Amid the rugged terrain of the Concho Valley in West Texas, on what was once the edge of the wild…

Christmas Rocks! Houston’s One-Stop Holiday Shop

In Charles Dickens’ classic holiday tale A Christmas Carol, a reformed Ebenezer Scrooge proclaims, “I will honour Christmas in my…

James Beard Award-Winning Chef Hugo Ortega Dishes on His Love for Houston

Hugo Ortega’s culinary touch is celebrated in his hometown of Houston and beyond—he’s the creative force behind a string of…

How Texas’ Strong Quilting Community Continues to Thrive

If you, like me, are not one of the estimated 10 million quilters in the U.S., you may be as surprised…

If These Trees Could Talk

No historical marker indicates that this particular pecan tree near the grounds of the Texas National Guard Armory in northwest…

Chasing Quicksilver History in Beautiful Big Bend

The Big Bend’s desert mountains are like magnets for modern nomads seeking isolation and adventure. But the region’s wide-open wilderness hasn’t…

Ground Control to Charlie Duke, Apollo Mission Astronaut of New Braunfels

Only 12 people have walked on the moon, and New Braunfels resident Charlie Duke is one of them. Duke became…

Eva Ybarra, the Accordion Queen, is born to play

Not much has come easily for Eva Ybarra, except playing music. Since getting her start as a young girl in…

Historic movie theaters find new life as music venues, playhouses, more

As Hollywood blossomed in the early 20th century, movie houses became the social and entertainment hubs of both small towns…

Art for Everyone

Across Texas, eye-catching public art can be found standing along city freeways and waterways, clustered in town parks, and tucked…

Football star Dat Nguyen shares his life journey

Dat Nguyen holds the distinction of being the first and only Vietnamese-American to play in the National Football League. And…

Amarillo High School Art Collection gives hallway inspiration

Given the musty, mud-brown educational hallways of my youth, the last thing I expect to see when I walk into…
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