On a warm morning in early November, a dozen curious hikers followed a trail through spiky cactus and Volkswagen-size boulders into Upper Presa Canyon inside Seminole Canyon State Park and Historic Site near Del Rio.
The glow of 21,500 luminarias will brighten the grounds of the San Jacinto Battlefield in La Porte this Saturday, Nov.
Half an hour north of downtown Houston, groves of cypress trees echo with the calls of chickadees and woodpeckers, and magnolia and white oak trees grow to stunning size.
This Monday is African American Cotton Pickers Day. Dallas historian Clarence Glover launched the day in 2020 to honor African Americans who’ve never been credited for their labor with cotton.
The Albert Hotel Aims to Bring Contemporary Style, Rooted in Historical Structures, to Fredericksburg’s Main Street
Up and down Fredericksburg’s historic Main Street, 19th-century stone buildings stand like old trees, deeply rooted in the city’s German history.
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.