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On a Clear Day, You Can See Forever

There's something about looking outward from a height that's, well, different. And it's not just a difference in altitude. Somehow,…

Come on Down to Gruene Hall

One of the many pleasures of a small town is that you can see the moon rise. On a warm…

Texas Springs - Liquid Essence from Lone Star Soil

Springs enrich the senses and nurture the body and soul. From subterranean reservoirs they seep, trickle, and flow through sand…

Midland Melodrama

Melodrama, a common convention of turn-of-the-century stage and screen, still thrives in performances of Midland’s annual Summer Mummers, which celebrates…

Wildflowers Across Texas

Now that summer's here, we can look back at spring's wildflower smattering and agree that while the flowers were lovely…

Salute the Route

Route 66. The Mother Road. America’s Main Street. As the oft-recorded tune goes, “It winds from Chicago to LA, more…

Coasting into Fall

In October, the weather at the coast couldn't be dreamier–warm days, cool nights, balmy Gulf breezes…. We hope the story…

Fly Like An Eagle

The symbol of American freedom and strength, the once-endangered bald eagle has been a vital part of the country's identity…

Oceans of Adventure

In Houston on June 5-6, dive into a world of adventure at SEASPACE 2004, which celebrates its 35th year of introducing folks to watersports,…

Worst Little Graveyard in Texas

When Civil War veteran Isaac Sylvester Tompkins grew old, he pointed toward a grassy bluff on the empty North Texas…

Vámonos to the Valley

Beginning in November, as the wind blows cold and winter descends upon most of the nation, thousands of folks head…

O Comal Ye Faithful

The shortest river in Texas played a key role in the state's early settlement. In 1842, a group of German…
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