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Think Texas Is Hot? Here Are 8 Reasons Why It’s Hotter Than You Think

Think Texas Is Hot? Here Are 8 Reasons Why It’s Hotter Than You Think

…to the business-friendly state. So, native Texans, make sure to extend your southern hospitality to our newcomers. And new Texans,…

Texas Humor’s Founder Jay B. Sauceda Considers the Texas Identity

Texas Humor’s Founder Jay B. Sauceda Considers the Texas Identity

…from many angles. In 2013, the La Porte native and his wife, Priscilla Sauceda, launched Texas Humor, a company that…

Capturing the Tenacity and Persistence of the Mesquite

Capturing the Tenacity and Persistence of the Mesquite

…Salcido made his final stop at Rancho Lomitas Native Plant Nursery, where he visited with owner and manager Benito Treviño….

In ‘The Last Karankawas,’ Kimberley Garza Highlights South Texas Communities Often Overlooked

In ‘The Last Karankawas,’ Kimberley Garza Highlights South Texas Communities Often Overlooked

Courtesy Henry Holt & Co. Like many Texans, Kimberly Garza first heard about the Karankawa tribe during her seventh-grade Texas…

The Healing Power of the Texas Landscape

The Healing Power of the Texas Landscape

…across an unshorn farm field; the wildflowers native, planted, or renegade; the song or interview on the radio; the hills…

The Wild Extremes Texas Photographers Go To for Thrilling Storm Shots

The Wild Extremes Texas Photographers Go To for Thrilling Storm Shots

With major contributions to the two most famous tornado movies of all time, Texans loom over the cinematic subgenre of…

Loud and Invasive, the Monk Parakeet Charmed Its Way Into Texas Almost 50 Years Ago

Loud and Invasive, the Monk Parakeet Charmed Its Way Into Texas Almost 50 Years Ago

…electric green, gray-faced bird is a member of the parrot family and native to the plains of southern Brazil and…

Editor’s Note: Preserved Paradise

Editor’s Note: Preserved Paradise

…are important to you, Rooney says individuals can make an impact by limiting personal water usage, planting native grasses and…

Some Like It Hot

Some Like It Hot

The outer petals (ray florets) of a sunflower (Helianthus annus) create a stylized sunrise. (Photo by Steven Schwartzman) While Texans

A TH Moment with Robert Earl Keen

A TH Moment with Robert Earl Keen

…down to the rodeo on Go Texan Day. Bass: What is it that makes Texans Texans? Do you think it’s…

Roads to Freedom

Roads to Freedom

Texans in the Time of Jim Crow, authors James Conrad and Thad Sitton explore these communities, created in the 1860s…

Follow the Smoke, West Texas BBQ

Follow the Smoke, West Texas BBQ

…remembered the taste of barbecue from her native Kansas City. But getting serious about Texas barbecue was a lot like…

Where’s Martha? (Marfa)

Where’s Martha? (Marfa)

…surprises me that many folks—especially Texans—don’t know about Marfa. After all, it’s mentioned regularly in The New York Times as…

Which Way is Southtown?

Which Way is Southtown?

…But what many visitors—even native Texans—don’t realize is that San Antonio shelters a thriving bohemian district just beyond downtown. Three…

Chasing Windmills

Chasing Windmills

…of beautifully restored windmills in Nebraska owned by a man named Don Hundley. Together with Coy Harris, a Lubbock native

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