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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.

This Summer’s Drought Has Some Texas Flower Farmers Wilting From the Heat

This Summer’s Drought Has Some Texas Flower Farmers Wilting From the Heat

For months, drought and extreme temperatures have gripped Texas. After a drier than normal winter and spring, summer temperatures have soared, with weeks upon weeks of triple-digit temperatures and hot soil.

De-Mythifying the Lesser-Known Story of the Republic of the Rio Grande

De-Mythifying the Lesser-Known Story of the Republic of the Rio Grande

“This is gonna make such an amazing miniseries one day, isn’t it?” gushes Brandon Seale in the eighth episode of the podcast “Republic of the Rio Grande.” As host and creator of the lively and ruminative 17-part series, Seale sets aside his day job as president of San Antonio-based Howard Energy Partners and takes on the role of avocational historian to delve into this lesser-known chapter of Mexico-Texas history.

The Edge of the World in Texas

The Edge of the World in Texas

The sun rises on a cloudless day in mid-October. On North Padre Island, a barrier island near Corpus Christi, my husband, Adrian, and I pack our striped beach bag with bright plastic buckets and trowels, fruit pouches and bottles of water.

6 Texas Daytrips to Drive Away the Winter Blues

6 Texas Daytrips to Drive Away the Winter Blues

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, my wife and I have been laying low. Our ages and autoimmune issues put us squarely in the highest at-risk category.

Travel Across Texas Without Ever Leaving Your Armchair

Travel Across Texas Without Ever Leaving Your Armchair

When the walk from the living room to the kitchen fridge seems like a long walk, dig into the stories that transport you to the far reaches of the state without ever having to leave the warmth of your armchair.

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