A dose of nature can go a long way toward making you feel better, both physically and mentally.
Back in the day—from 1933 to 1958—travelers on the Bankhead Highway were greeted with an unusual sign as they drove through the heart of Palo Pinto County’s biggest town.
The place is the Travis County Courthouse. The date is June 26, 1918. Dozens of women are standing on the courthouse steps, having just registered to vote for the first time in their lives.
A highlight of summer in Texas is the arrival of millions of Mexican free-tailed bats. The natural spectacle of their nightly emergence from roosting spots in caverns and under bridges draws crowds throughout the state.
Gas up the car, pack a picnic, and charge your camera: Texas is set for a beautiful wildflower season this spring.
A Renovation of the Admiral Nimitz Gallery Expands its Interpretation of Fredericksburg’s Hometown World War II Hero
The Nimitz Hotel building has occupied a prominent corner on Fredericksburg’s Main Street since its construction in 1852, first as a waystation for frontier travelers and then as a museum honoring a hometown hero of World War II.
When Texas revolutionaries first cried “Remember the Alamo!” during their fight for independence from Mexico, little could they have known the resilience of their rallying cry.
If you happen to be on the northwest corner of the Stephenville square, chances are you’ll hear Willie Nelson or Leon Bridges crooning from a record player within the former Rexall Drugstore.