Shakespeare at Winedale Celebrates its 50th Anniversary Via YouTube

Shakespeare at Winedale Celebrates its 50th Anniversary Via YouTube

The June morning is still cool when members of the 2019 Shakespeare at Winedale summer class tackle the execution scene in Richard II.

Dr. James Ayres Reflects on 50 Years of the University of Texas at Austin’s Shakespeare at Winedale Program

Dr. James Ayres Reflects on 50 Years of the University of Texas at Austin’s Shakespeare at Winedale Program

In the fall of 1970, at a luncheon at the Winedale Historical Center in Round Top, philanthropist Ms.

My Favorite Texas Trip: 15 Miles to Montrose

My Favorite Texas Trip: 15 Miles to Montrose

It took a few decades for me to realize that the most meaningful road trip of my life was a mere 15 miles long, and right outside my door.

The Meditative Sounds of New Age Musician J D Emmanuel Will Ease Your Pandemic Anxiety

The Meditative Sounds of New Age Musician J D Emmanuel Will Ease Your Pandemic Anxiety

To listen to J D Emmanuel’s 1982 album Wizards, considered a standard of New Age and minimal electronic music, is to be swaddled in synthesizer.

Astronaut Neil Armstrong’s Out-of-This World House in El Lago is For Sale

Astronaut Neil Armstrong’s Out-of-This World House in El Lago is For Sale

Real estate agents often talk up their listings as “unique,” and in almost every case that claim is a little exaggerated.

Doo-Wop Along to San Antonio’s Forgotten Golden Oldies on the Nonprofit Radio Station 97.9 KCJV

Doo-Wop Along to San Antonio’s Forgotten Golden Oldies on the Nonprofit Radio Station 97.9 KCJV

If you’re driving north on State Highway 16, and the sky is clear and you’re lucky, the radio signal for 97.9 KCJV might very well kick in a little north of Poteet.

West Texas Painter Alice Leese Talks About Her New Exhibit at the Ellen Noël Art Museum in Odessa

West Texas Painter Alice Leese Talks About Her New Exhibit at the Ellen Noël Art Museum in Odessa

In Winkler County on the Texas-New Mexico border, Alice Leese supports her art habit as a painter with her day job as a cattle rancher.

Odessa Native Elizabeth Wetmore Talks About the Culture of Oil Booms in Her Debut Novel, Valentine

Odessa Native Elizabeth Wetmore Talks About the Culture of Oil Booms in Her Debut Novel, Valentine

Elizabeth Wetmore has swiftly entered the lexicon of Texas authors writing about the state’s open landscapes, distinctive characters, and myriad complexities.

The Wild Detectives Bookstore in Dallas Takes Readers on a Journey for the Pages

The Wild Detectives Bookstore in Dallas Takes Readers on a Journey for the Pages

The Wild Detectives bookstore in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas has reinvented itself as a literary travel agency during COVID-19 for readers who want to take a journey for the pages.

The Original Threadgill’s Closes, Marking the End of a Defining Cultural Era in Austin

The Original Threadgill’s Closes, Marking the End of a Defining Cultural Era in Austin

Eddie Wilson reflects on the end of an era in Austin with the closure of Threadgill’s, the restaurant, bar, and live-music joint where Janis Joplin got her start.

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