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Parties, Horse Racing, and Other Ways to Experience the Kentucky Derby in Texas
Ready your fancy fascinators and savvy Southern wardrobe: The Kentucky Derby, the first of three horse races that make up the Triple Crown, takes place May 6 at Churchill Downs in Louisville with 20 eager thoroughbreds vying for the win.
What Is Diez y Seis and Why Do We Celebrate It In Texas?
Situated so close to Mexico, Texas feels its southern neighbor’s cultural influence in almost every aspect.
Conservation Effort Holds Promise for a New Park to Protect Honey Creek in the Hill Country
New housing developments are popping up all the time in the fast-growing Hill Country region north of San Antonio, but one 515-acre property that had been slated for development is now on track to become parkland rather than a subdivision thanks to private and state conservation efforts.
Communities Come Together to Preserve Penatuhkah Comanche History in Texas
The Penatuhkah Comanches have not inhabited the heart of Texas in more than 170 years, but evidence of their empire is sprinkled throughout the middle of the state.
In Search of Fried Oreos at the Big Tex Fair Food Drive-Thru
I don’t exactly remember when I first heard about fried Oreos. I just remember being a bit confused that such a thing would even exist.
Shakespeare at Winedale Celebrates its 50th Anniversary Via YouTube
The June morning is still cool when members of the 2019 Shakespeare at Winedale summer class tackle the execution scene in Richard II.
Dr. James Ayres Reflects on 50 Years of the University of Texas at Austin’s Shakespeare at Winedale Program
In the fall of 1970, at a luncheon at the Winedale Historical Center in Round Top, philanthropist Ms.