Picture this: You’re standing on soft green grass, swaying gently to the jaunty sounds of live alt-country music.
New housing developments are popping up all the time in the fast-growing Hill Country region north of San Antonio, but one 515-acre property that had been slated for development is now on track to become parkland rather than a subdivision thanks to private and state conservation efforts.
Throughout the United States, many places lay claim to being the “first” or “largest” of their kind.
As an ambassador of Texas blues music, Eddie Stout has played bass in a number of bands, organized overseas tours for local blues musicians, and recorded more than 40 blues and roots artists for his Dialtone Records and Pee Wee Records labels.
In New Tours, University of Texas’ Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas Features Aquatic Creatures
A venerable loggerhead turtle named Barnacle Billie, a roseate spoonbill named Boomerang, and other rehabilitated aquatic and shore creatures are on display this week for the first organized public tours of the Amos Rehabilitation Keep—ARK for short—at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas.
Did you know that stars shine so bright in the West Texas desert that you can see in the dark on a clear night?
If you’ve always imagined yourself hoisting sails or inching your way up the mast of an old-time sailing ship, your opportunity has arrived.
The death of 72-year-old Joe Michael Hill in Houston on Tuesday marks the end of a remarkable life in music.
The Steamboat House in Huntsville not only protects artifacts of Texas history at the Sam Houston Memorial Museum, the house itself is an artifact.