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Spend a Weekend Getaway at One of These Quirky Vacation Rentals

Spend a Weekend Getaway at One of These Quirky Vacation Rentals

If there’s anything positive that came out of the pandemic, it’s certainly a newfound passion for travel within one’s own state where there are a plethora of creative, quirky, and design-inspired residences to stay in, usually in small towns tucked away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 

The History of Pioneer Female Pilots Soars at the National WASP WWII Museum in Sweetwater

The History of Pioneer Female Pilots Soars at the National WASP WWII Museum in Sweetwater

The trailblazing Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs), had to prove themselves twice—as the military’s first female pilots who supplemented the shortage of male pilots during World War II, and again more than 30 years later, when the U.S.

How Fort Worth’s Dickies Went from Work Wear to Fashion Trend

How Fort Worth’s Dickies Went from Work Wear to Fashion Trend

When I was growing up in and around Fort Worth, Dickies was ubiquitous. Eating biscuits and gravy on Saturdays at the Bronco Café in my then-small hometown of Mansfield, I’d watch local ranchers and farmers clad in Dickies pants and dirt-covered boots read the local paper over coffee.

Did an East Texas Preacher Beat the Wright Brothers Into the Sky?

Did an East Texas Preacher Beat the Wright Brothers Into the Sky?

The turn of the 20th century was a time of technological dreams. The harnessing of petroleum had spawned the automobile, as well as the hope for something greater—powered, controlled flight.

Texas Arts and Crafts Fair Celebrates 50 Years of Lone Star Talent

Texas Arts and Crafts Fair Celebrates 50 Years of Lone Star Talent

Edith Maskey had just begun her art practice 50 years ago when she took a chance and entered her work for consideration in the inaugural Texas Arts and Crafts Fair in Kerrville.

South Llano River State Park, a Treasured Hill Country Haven, is Getting a New Headquarters and Bridge

South Llano River State Park, a Treasured Hill Country Haven, is Getting a New Headquarters and Bridge

South Llano River State Park, a former goat and sheep ranch that’s now a beloved outdoors playground on the edge of the Texas Hill Country, is getting a new headquarters building, new low-water crossing bridge, and an amphitheater.

Editor’s Note: Wandering Eyes

Editor’s Note: Wandering Eyes

This month’s cover image marks the seventh taken by photographer and artist E. Dan Klepper, who’s been trekking across the state shooting and writing for us since 2010.

Ancient Mosasaur Discovery Has Us Wondering Where Texas Ranks for Fossils

Ancient Mosasaur Discovery Has Us Wondering Where Texas Ranks for Fossils

This spring, an amateur fossil hunter prospecting around the North Sulphur River happened upon a skeleton emerging from a streambed 80 miles northeast of Dallas.

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