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Hacienda Dreaming

Hacienda Dreaming

(Photo by Michael Amador) Needing an escape from city stress, I packed a bag and drove 45 minutes…

City by the Sea

City by the Sea

At the height of World War II, Japanese propagandists gave the Lexington its nickname “The Blue Ghost.”…

Track to the Future: Train Museums

Track to the Future: Train Museums

At the Museum of the American Railroad in Dallas, dozens of locomotives and train cars illustrate railroading history….

The Joy of French Cooking

The Joy of French Cooking

Menu items at Brasserie Pavil range from escargots to classic roasted chicken. (Photo courtesy Watermark Hotel Company, San…

Where the Chefs Eat

Where the Chefs Eat

A favorite restaurant of several Houston chefs, the London Sizzler serves British-style Indian fare, including many classic…

Wine + Chocolate + Barbecue

Wine + Chocolate + Barbecue

From April 23-25, dozens of winemakers and chefs come together at the Perini Ranch in Buffalo Gap for…

Dallas Delights

Dallas Delights

Muffins, chocolates, sandwiches, and freshly prepared takeout items entice diners to The Corner Market. Before Dallas’ North Central…

Calvert’s CocoaModa

Calvert’s CocoaModa

CocoaModa owner Ken Wilkinson calls chocolate one of life’s greatest pleasures. (Photo by J. Griffis Smith) Flamboyant characters…

Happiness Comes in Waves: South Padre Island

Happiness Comes in Waves: South Padre Island

The annual Ruff Rider Regatta, held at South Padre Island in the fall, welcomes nearly 50 sailboats from…

Abilene at Full Gallop

Abilene at Full Gallop

Built in 1930 and restored in 1986, the Paramount now hosts movies, theater performances and live music. Photo…

Corpus Christi’s Buccaneer Days Turns 71

Corpus Christi’s Buccaneer Days Turns 71

How many pirates can fit into corpus Christi’s Buccaneer Stadium? Consider this: Some 23,000 football fans reportedly squeezed…

Exploring Downtown Dallas

Exploring Downtown Dallas

I’ve been hearing exciting news about changes in downtown Dallas and the city’s neighboring Arts District, and…

The Gruene Scene

The Gruene Scene

The Central Texas hamlet of Gruene—first settled in the mid-1840s and now a vibrant tourist destination—celebrates year round,…

San Antonio River Walk Reimagined

San Antonio River Walk Reimagined

Artist Donald Lipski’s colorful installation, F.I.S.H., suspends 25 orange-and-blue fiberglass sunfish beneath an I-35 over­pass, where they glimmer…

Something’s Afoot in Bandera

Something’s Afoot in Bandera

Musician and tall-tale dabster Arkey Blue keeps things family-friendly at the Silver Dollar. (Photo by J. Griffis Smith)…

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