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Find Relics of Rural Justice in Guidebook to Texas’ Tiny Jails

Find Relics of Rural Justice in Guidebook to Texas’ Tiny Jails

By TH Staff

Long before the tiny home craze, Texas was home to an abundance of tiny jails. A night in the slammer was never meant to Read More »

A Big Bend Backup

A Big Bend Backup

By Justine Harrington

A few weeks ago, my husband, Alex, and I were preparing to backpack the Outer Mountain Loop in Big Bend National Park—a ... Read More »

One Artist’s Mission to Make Rankin the Most Painted Town in Texas

One Artist’s Mission to Make Rankin the Most Painted Town in Texas

By Kimya Kavehkar

Artist Matt Tumlinson has made it his mission to quite literally “paint the town” of Rankin, a West Texas community with Read More »

10 Dog-Friendly Texas Hotels

10 Dog-Friendly Texas Hotels

By Hannah J. Phillips

My dog, Lucy, knows what a suitcase means: As I pack, she prances by the front door, ready for our next adventure. I ... Read More »

The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum Faces Financial Struggles

The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum Faces Financial Struggles

By Kimya Kavehkar

The Texas Observer reports a sharp decline in visitors and slashed funding at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum ... Read More »

How a Bunch of “Hippies, Pickers, Slackers, and Geeks” Transformed Austin

How a Bunch of “Hippies, Pickers, Slackers, and Geeks” Transformed Austin

By Wes Ferguson

In Austin, the funky slacker paradise turned buzzy big city, nothing is quite as certain as cedar fever, the line at ... Read More »

New Bullock Museum Exhibit Explores Early Texas History

New Bullock Museum Exhibit Explores Early Texas History

By TH Staff

With the completion of a ground-floor renovation, the Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin recently unveiled a ... Read More »

Texas Highways Editors Share Their 2019 Travel Resolutions

Texas Highways Editors Share Their 2019 Travel Resolutions

By Emily Roberts Stone, Executive Editor

Anyone who’s ever made New Year’s resolutions knows they’re discouragingly hard to keep. Most studies reveal only 8 ... Read More »

Big Bend Brewing Company Shuts Down Operations

Big Bend Brewing Company Shuts Down Operations

By Kimya Kavehkar

The Alpine brewery hopes the closing will be temporary. Texas beer lovers must bid adieu (for now) to “the beer from out Read More »

Most-Read Stories of 2018

Most-Read Stories of 2018

By Peter Obering

Wildflower road trips, barbecued crabs, the wild outdoors, and a snake farm in New Braunfels highlight our most popular ... Read More »

Santa Claus Tells All

Santa Claus Tells All

By TH Staff

Here’s a scoop we just couldn’t ignore: Rob Curran, a writer in Denton who has contributed to Texas Highways in the ... Read More »

6 Texas-Size Eating Challenges

6 Texas-Size Eating Challenges

By Laurel Miller   Illustrations by: Shaw Nielsen

Texans are never ones to back down from a challenge—even so, these six food competitions from across the state are ... Read More »

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