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Can the Sugar Land Space Cowboys Help Houston Embrace Its True Nickname?

Can the Sugar Land Space Cowboys Help Houston Embrace Its True Nickname?

City—we are a city with bayous, so what?—and later with the hip-hop-influenced H-Town, which likewise does not describe the city

Nice N Easy Serves Craft Beer and Wine in One of Johnson City’s Oldest Buildings

Nice N Easy Serves Craft Beer and Wine in One of Johnson City’s Oldest Buildings

…weren’t uncommon in the saloons of Johnson City in the early 1900s. “The realtors told us there were bullet holes,…

Celebrating Pride Month in Small Town Texas

Celebrating Pride Month in Small Town Texas

…whole city is invited to. For pride month, they incorporated queer organizations and held June’s first Friday it at the…

Amid Drought, the Texas Peach Crop Is Arriving Later—and Sweeter—Than Usual

Amid Drought, the Texas Peach Crop Is Arriving Later—and Sweeter—Than Usual

…along the peach-centric stretch of US 290 between Johnson City and Fredericksburg. “We are actually in the peak of the…

Three Danes Baking Company Finds a New Audience For Old World Treats

Three Danes Baking Company Finds a New Audience For Old World Treats

…buying big trays of baked goods for caregivers at hospitals and for firefighters and police officers.” In a city with…

Get in Gear for National Bike Month With These 5 Rides Around Texas

Get in Gear for National Bike Month With These 5 Rides Around Texas

…a casual but popular ride from the Chaparral Rail Trail trailhead in Farmersville to Wolfe City. Surface: Gravel, Dirt, and…

Where Does the Texas Hill Country Actually End?

Where Does the Texas Hill Country Actually End?

Johnson City, a town whose Hill Country status nobody questions, Cofran grows frustrated when I point out that isolated spots…

Houston Play-Date

Houston Play-Date

nation’s fourth most populous city. It’s also a port city, a medical city, a space city, and an oil city….

Rest in Peace: Grave Sites of Famous Texans

Rest in Peace: Grave Sites of Famous Texans

to go home! Final Resting Places 1. Johnson City–The Johnson Family Cemetery is in the LBJ Natl. Historical Park, about…

Holiday Lights: Glimmer, Glitter, Glow

Holiday Lights: Glimmer, Glitter, Glow

In Johnson City, the headquarters of the Pedernales Electric Cooperative enchants viewers with glittering, white lights strung from buildings and…

Chain of Jewels

Chain of Jewels

…Rock Park on Buchanan. When I moved to Austin, I swam and picnicked at City Park on Lake Austin. And…

Fly Me to the Moon

Fly Me to the Moon

…“giant leap for mankind” would not have been possible without Houston’s own Johnson Space Center, which coordinated the historic Apollo…

I ‘Heart’ Beaumont

I ‘Heart’ Beaumont

…coffee tables, vintage snakeskin belts, modern Betsey Johnson necklaces, Michael Kors heels. Day and night as I explore the city,…

Corpus Christi and Me

Corpus Christi and Me

…I’m in Corpus Christi playing tourist in my hometown. Now that I live in Austin, I view the city with…

Hiding in Plain Sight: Houston’s Menil Collection

Hiding in Plain Sight: Houston’s Menil Collection

…early Johnson commission and the first modernist house in Houston. Johnson would eventually design major modernist and post-modernist buildings in…

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