Houston has never been a place to rest on its laurels. And now the city is channeling its self-improvement impulse to Memorial Park, a 1,500-acre green space near the center of town.
The initial phase of the Alamo’s comprehensive redevelopment is scheduled for completion this year, despite the recent discovery of long-ago burials in the hallowed landmark and ongoing disputes over the plan.
A piece of Odessa history is shining with new life as the Odessa Spire. A project of the nonprofit Odessa Arts, the project transformed the old Cloth World sign into a striking lighted sculpture at the corner of 10th Street and Maple.
The countdown to midnight on New Year’s Eve feels like a tradition as old as Father Time.
The Texas art world will greet 2020 with a Texas-size hole in its ranks. Artist Bob “Daddy-O” Wade—best known for enormous artworks like the 35-foot cowboy boots in San Antonio’s North Star Mall parking lot and the 2,600-pound polyurethane iguana atop a building at the Fort Worth Zoo—died from heart disease in the wee hours of Christmas Eve.
Spanish Colonial Architecture Finds New Life in the Restored Custodian’s Cottage at Goliad State Park
When Spaniards first blazed a trail from the Rio Grande to the Sabine in the late 1600s, they often followed long-established Native American pathways and trade routes.
Soon it will be both easier and more expensive to book a site in Big Bend National Park’s vast desert expanses.
More than 10,000 years ago, Native Americans made camp along the towering flanks of the Guadalupe Mountains, a range that harbors Texas’ highest peak at nearly 9,000 feet.
You’ve probably seen the photo: The infamous Wild Bunch, including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, spiffed up for a photographer and staring into the camera.