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After a Lost Year and a Postponement, Old Settler’s Music Festival Returns near Lockhart

After a Lost Year and a Postponement, Old Settler’s Music Festival Returns near Lockhart

The Little Festival That Could is coming back.
“We’re excited about getting the family back together,” Diana Harrell, director of the Old Settler’s Music Festival, says.

Big Bend National Park Announces Plan to Build a New Hiking Trail Around Lone Mountain

Big Bend National Park Announces Plan to Build a New Hiking Trail Around Lone Mountain

A new trail at Big Bend National Park will take hikers on a 3-mile loop around Lone Mountain, a Texas-sized hill that bristles with scrub brush and cactus just north of the Panther Junction Visitor Center.

Hey Baby, Que Taco! Flaco Jimenez’s Son Opens a Food Truck in San Antonio

Hey Baby, Que Taco! Flaco Jimenez’s Son Opens a Food Truck in San Antonio

For 13 years, Leonardo Jimenez has been a constant by the side of his father, Leonardo Sr., better known to the world as Flaco Jimenez, the San Antonio conjunto accordion legend and multiple Grammy Award winner.

21 For ’21: New Hotels, Events, Festivals, and Other Things to Look Forward to This Year

21 For ’21: New Hotels, Events, Festivals, and Other Things to Look Forward to This Year

If you’ve been experiencing wanderlust at the start of 2021, you’re not alone. Recent studies suggest people are feeling the urge to travel domestically, and bookings are starting to go up for the summer.

A New Musical in San Antonio Remembers the Alamo

A New Musical in San Antonio Remembers the Alamo

When Texas revolutionaries first cried “Remember the Alamo!” during their fight for independence from Mexico, little could they have known the resilience of their rallying cry.

Hidden Gems

Hidden Gems

The National Park Service operates more than 400 sites around the country as part of its mission to preserve natural and cultural resources for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations.

National Park Perks

National Park Perks

Every corner of the state—from the Big Bend to the Big Thicket, and Padre Island to the Panhandle’s Lake Meredith—is home to spectacular getaways and historic places worthy of national notice.

The Story of Our National Parks

The Story of Our National Parks

The Lone Star State was a little late to the national parks game, but as is our way, Texas jumped into the scene with a splash.

Remembering MLK Jr.

Remembering MLK Jr.

This weekend begins a series of celebrations leading to Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan.

Transformation plans unveiled for MFA, Houston

Transformation plans unveiled for MFA, Houston

In case you didn’t think Houston’s Museum District could get any better, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has unveiled designs for a $450 million development of its 14-acre campus that will, according to MFAH Director Gary Tinterow, “reshape and reinvigorate the museum experience and the future of Houston’s civic life.”

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