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CULTURE & LIFESTYLE

Rx for Living

Not too many people survive their own executions. During the Civil War, Eli S. Penwell, a long-suffering doctor from Bonham,…

Fort Worth’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing

If you want to see people making real money, head to northernmost Fort Worth and the Bureau of Engraving and…

Cooked in Kopperl

Summertime always brings stories about soaring temperatures in Texas. Residents of Kopperl, a tiny hamlet in northeastern Bosque County, won…

Santa Anna’s World Championship Bison Cookof

Smells of mesquite smoke permeate the air as dedicated barbecuers prepare what they hope will be the winning brisket. It’s…

The Shaw-Kemp Open House

When modern pressures build, the thought of returning to a simple lifestyle and an idyllic community, like Laura Ingalls Wilder’s…

Bracken Village

Near the southern tip of Comal County, on a stretch of El Camino Real (The King’s Highway), lies the German-rooted…

Jammin' For Joplin

Mosey on down to Port Arthur for the 19th annual Janis Joplin Birthday Bash on Saturday, January 28th, even if you have…

A Museum Honoring all Presidents in Odessa

Austin has President Lyndon B. Johnson’s museum and library. College Station has President George H.W. Bush’s museum and library. And…

A Spot Forever England

Black-and-white photographs line the walls: photos of young men, of white wooden buildings, metal aircraft hangars with old-style curved roofs,…

Welkumme to Windthorst!

Windthorst, winner of the German Club of Texas’ 2003 “German Town of Texas” award, is a wholesome Archer County hamlet.…

The Goat Man of Big Sandy

A large tombstone—with a goat’s head carved to the right and a revolver to the left—marks the resting place of…

No Ac-cow-nting for Taste

They appeared to walk around aimlessly, looking innocent until the right opportunity presented itself. Then, moving as quickly as they…
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