Houston Arts Alliance CEO discusses the importance of public art, like that of Ai WeiWei.
Hear more from artist Sarah Greene Reed about her work and herself.
Art historian offers insight into the paintings of Charles Russell.
From a clawfoot-bathtub outlet to a longtime tavern with its own B&B, there are plenty of stops along I-35 to keep road warriors entertained.
A landmark church-turned-mansion-turned-museum sows the seeds of public art.
The best little quilt museum in Texas opens in La Grange.
Though never used as a military installation, this West Texas trading post saw its share of drama.
The Rockport-Fulton area beguiles visitors with its natural beauty and laid-back style.
At Villa Finale, preservationist Walter Mathis indulged his love of history.
Chilling out at resorts in San Antonio.
Despite stiff competition, Texas boasts many exceptional independent bookstores.
Marble Falls offers a twist on the oldl-school soap box derby.
Arlington's International Bowling Museum wows visitors with exhibits on bowling history and technology.
Coastal communities showcase their best parades on water. See what lighted boat parades are coming up.
Visit LBJ's home away from the Oval Office at the former president's beloved Stonewall ranch.
Fort Worth's Amon Carter Museum bridges the Isthmus of Panama with 85 works of art.
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center offers a wildlife rendezvous.
The Texas Musicians' Museum welcomes visitors from across the globe.
Celebrate 50 years of public tours at this spectacular show cave.
Learn where you can go to see Texas' critically endangered Attwater's prairie-chickens.
The Trinity River Audubon Center turns trash into treasure.
15 things to enjoy this winter in the Lower Rio Grande Valley.
Enjoying a gusher of a town, plus the story of how its former red-light district became a vibrant entertainment center.
From Lindale, Texas, to the top of the country music charts, Miranda shares her fairytale rise to fame. Plus, read about her store and winery that's drawing folks to her hometown.
Find adventure, style and peace at the serene Cibolo Creek Ranch in the Chihuahuan Desert.
Just as it did 150 years ago, the 1852 Port Isabel Lighthouse continues to guide visitors. It is the only lighthouse along the Texas Gulf Coast that is open to the public, including the more than 50,000 history buffs who travel here each year.
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