The Ten Commandments for Driving on Highways in Texas

The Ten Commandments for Driving on Highways in Texas

Did you know that in 2007 no less an authority than Pope Benedict XVI handed down a list of Ten Commandments for drivers?

Texas Highways Magazine Wins Big at the Annual FOLIO Awards

Texas Highways Magazine Wins Big at the Annual FOLIO Awards

This September, Texas Highways took home four awards at one of the top editorial and design competitions in the publishing industry.

Houston’s Rothko Chapel, Freshly Restored, Offers a Welcome Sanctuary of Contemplation

Houston’s Rothko Chapel, Freshly Restored, Offers a Welcome Sanctuary of Contemplation

Since 1971, the nondenominational Rothko Chapel has served as a quiet oasis for contemplation amid Houston’s bustling Montrose neighborhood.

In Dallas, Curators Use WhatsApp to Stage an Exhibition of Renaissance Artwork

In Dallas, Curators Use WhatsApp to Stage an Exhibition of Renaissance Artwork

The coronavirus pandemic hit just as precious works by 16th-century sculptor and artist Alonso Berruguete were supposed to arrive in Dallas from Italy.

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month With Events Across Texas

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month With Events Across Texas

Whether celebrating a shared culture, exploring the diversity of its community, or honoring its past and future, National Hispanic Heritage Month offers something for everybody.

More Parks Receive Grants for Improvement Projects from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

More Parks Receive Grants for Improvement Projects from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Since 1996, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has awarded both small and urban communities with matching grants for park projects.

Austin’s Weird Homes Tour Goes Virtual This Weekend

Austin’s Weird Homes Tour Goes Virtual This Weekend

Growing up in Brownsville, Autumn Circé loved animals. She loved animals so much, she was invited to shadow zookeepers at Gladys Porter Zoo when she was in middle school.

On the 30th Anniversary of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Death, a Dallas Memorial Nears Completion

On the 30th Anniversary of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Death, a Dallas Memorial Nears Completion

Thirty years doesn’t seem that long ago when Stevie Ray Vaughan comes to mind. The memories are too fresh: driving to work and muttering to myself about not getting a callback from Hanna Bolte, the publicist who was supposed to be setting up a phone interview with Stevie and his brother, Jimmie, in anticipation of their collaborative album Family Style; then walking into the office and hearing the terrible news.

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