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The City of Austin Celebrates Musician and Artist Daniel Johnston With a New Mural

The City of Austin Celebrates Musician and Artist Daniel Johnston With a New Mural

Last Saturday afternoon—on what would have been Daniel Johnston’s 61st birthday—The Contemporary Austin ... Read More »

Netflix’s ‘Cheer’ Returns to the Mat for Season 2

Netflix’s ‘Cheer’ Returns to the Mat for Season 2

Trigger Warning: This post touches on the sexual misconduct allegations against former Navarro College ... Read More »

Actor Jason Lee Seeks Beauty in the Mundane in New Galveston Photo Book

Actor Jason Lee Seeks Beauty in the Mundane in New Galveston Photo Book

Jason Lee may be most widely known as the titular affable redemption-seeking redneck from NBC’s late 2000s comedy ... Read More »

Remembering the Beaton Hotel of Corsicana’s Oil Boom Days

Remembering the Beaton Hotel of Corsicana’s Oil Boom Days

The Beaton Hotel in Corsicana was once the largest hotel between Houston and Dallas. Corsicana native Ralph Beaton ... Read More »

Musician Terry Allen Explores the Origins of His Work

Musician Terry Allen Explores the Origins of His Work

Terry Allen has always been curious about where his songs come from. “There’s still such a mystery to how they ... Read More »

An Okie Native Finds Belonging at Austin’s Broken Spoke

An Okie Native Finds Belonging at Austin’s Broken Spoke

With Whomever Will Have Me An Okie makes peace with his rural roots on the dance floor of Austin's Broken Spoke by ... Read More »

How Artists and Ex-Austinites Are Changing Bastrop

How Artists and Ex-Austinites Are Changing Bastrop

Bastrop First caught my attention in 2013, when I saw its burned out, ash-covered landscape in the David Gordon ... Read More »

Hop In and Travel With the Texas Country Reporter

Hop In and Travel With the Texas Country Reporter

A blind painter in Denton. A third-generation hatter in Brookshire. A 93-year-old oil equipment mechanic in Odessa ... Read More »

The Comanche Medicine Mounds Remain a Spiritual Refuge for the Storied Tribe

The Comanche Medicine Mounds Remain a Spiritual Refuge for the Storied Tribe

It’s not a long hike to the top of the highest of the four Comanche Medicine Mounds, which are located a few miles ... Read More »

Houston Poet Lupe Mendez Grew up With Feet in Two Worlds

Houston Poet Lupe Mendez Grew up With Feet in Two Worlds

The poet Lupe Mendez is an animated storyteller. He’ll change the tone of his voice, switching between English ... Read More »

El Campo’s Agricultural Abundance on the Coastal Prairie

El Campo’s Agricultural Abundance on the Coastal Prairie

El Campo got its start as a railroad camp, nicknamed the “Pearl of the Prairie” for the light of the switching ... Read More »

Baylor University Spreads the Gospel With New Music Archive and Listening Center

Baylor University Spreads the Gospel With New Music Archive and Listening Center

When Memphis record producer Jim Dickinson (Big Star, the Replacements) was a lonely freshman at Baylor ... Read More »

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