In 2008, the city of El Paso and its Community Foundation restored and reopened the historic 1930s-era Plaza Theatre with a bang…and a festival.
If you’re wondering why Friona—a place with only three fast-food burger joints—is dubbed the Cheeseburger Capital of Texas, we wouldn’t blame you.
We are constantly reminded that Marfa is no longer Texas’ best-kept secret, but rather a destination for art, music, and film lovers from across the globe.
How do locals beat the blistering heat of Texas’ late summer months? On the water, of course.
Is there anything more all-American than a summer blueberry festival? Residents of Nacogdoches certainly think so, and you’d be quick to agree if you find yourself in their blueberry-lovin’ town on June 9.
From May to July, driving through the Texas Hill Country smells a bit more magical thanks to fields of purple lavender that blanket farmland throughout the area.
To some urban Texans, associations of the Lone Star State as a place of outlaws and duels may seem like things of folklore.
The Nature Conservancy of Texas’ annual Austin luncheon, March 20 at the JW Marriott Austin Downtown, will feature speaker National Geographic photographer and avid conservationist Joel Sartore as he takes the audience into his ambitious National Geographic Photo Ark project that was started 11 years ago in his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska.