In Dubina, the first Czech settlement in Texas, a simple white wooden church stands alone amid the Blackland Prairie and backroads of Fayette County.
“How had it come to this? What had I done?”
These were the thoughts flashing through my mind as I found myself on the shoulder of Interstate 10 outside of Sealy one summer day in 2005, on my knees, hands clasped behind my head, staring up at the barrels of not one but two guns.
For most Texans, the coronavirus has pushed travel plans off the table, unless you count the occasional foray to the grocery store or pharmacy.
Pretend You’re in the Grand Prix With a Rare Chance to Drive on the F1 Track at Circuit of Americas in Austin
If you’ve ever dreamed about taking a spin on a Formula 1 racetrack, your chance has arrived.
People across the globe have been hunkering down amid stay-at-home orders, and frankly, some of us are getting a little stir crazy.
Under ordinary circumstances, it takes forever to get anywhere in Houston that isn’t just more Houston.
The event drew 177,000 people to Fair Park last April, but COVID-19 is pushing this year’s event online.
Given that sports fandom requires picking sides, there’s no way to make everybody happy with a list of the greatest Texas sports moments to revisit on the small screen.
If the bottoms of your feet have been itching, that could be your wanderlust calling.
Though it’s tempting to scratch that itch by hitting the road, that’s not a good option right now.