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Welcome to the New Texashighways.com

By Texas Highways

On our all-new website, you’ll get all the useful and interesting content you’ve come to know and love, with better ... Read More »

Want to Golf Like a Pro? New PGA Courses in Frisco will Allow Public on Championships Courses

Want to Golf Like a Pro? New PGA Courses in Frisco will Allow Public on Championships Courses

By John Lumpkin

Destination golf in Texas just got a major boost—the creation of two championship golf courses in sports-crazy Frisco in Read More »

Marfa’s Stellina Pivots Menu Concept

Marfa’s Stellina Pivots Menu Concept

By John Lumpkin

Those making a return trip to the artsy West Texas town of Marfa will notice quite a big change at popular fine-dining ... Read More »

Michael Martin Murphey Saddles Up for Cowboy Christmas Tour

Michael Martin Murphey Saddles Up for Cowboy Christmas Tour

By Michelle Burgess

Michael Martin Murphey’s singing rings with the sincerity and authenticity that many find lacking in pop country these ... Read More »

In Texas, 3 Presidential Libraries Explore Global Legacies of Texans in the White House

In Texas, 3 Presidential Libraries Explore Global Legacies of Texans in the White House

When the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum (or “Bush 43,” as it is called colloquially) opened on the ... Read More »

These 5 Hotels Will Transport You Back to Texas’ Railroading Days

These 5 Hotels Will Transport You Back to Texas’ Railroading Days

By Matt Joyce

There was a time when going home for the holidays meant taking the train. Whether boarding a steam locomotive or the ... Read More »

The Daytripper’s Top 5 Things to Do in Pflugerville

The Daytripper’s Top 5 Things to Do in Pflugerville

By Chet Garner

Known for being stuck between a rock and a weird place (Round Rock and Austin), Pflugerville may seem like just another ... Read More »

From ‘Rosa’s Cantina’ to ‘the Road,’ El Paso Has Inspired Many a Twisting Tale

From ‘Rosa’s Cantina’ to ‘the Road,’ El Paso Has Inspired Many a Twisting Tale

By Clayton Maxwell

If you swing by Rosa’s Cantina on the western edge of El Paso, mere minutes from “the badlands of New Mexico,” you will ... Read More »

Defying the Punchlines, Texas Fruitcakes Attract Loyal Fans and New Customers

Defying the Punchlines, Texas Fruitcakes Attract Loyal Fans and New Customers

By Cynthia J. Drake

Texans didn’t invent the fruitcake, but in our state’s tradition of braggadocio, we made it better (and bigger, in some ... Read More »

A Weekend Getaway in Goliad

A Weekend Getaway in Goliad

By Wes Ferguson

Remember Goliad? It’s one of the oldest towns in Texas, originating in 1749 as a Spanish colonial mission and presidio ... Read More »

Chocolate and Barbecue Live in Sweet-Savory Harmony in Tomball

Chocolate and Barbecue Live in Sweet-Savory Harmony in Tomball

By Mai Pham

Modern barbecue origin stories typically fall into two categories: that of the apprentice who struck out on his or her ... Read More »

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