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Artist Lindy Chambers Finds Inspiration Along the Backroads of Bellville

Artist Lindy Chambers Finds Inspiration Along the Backroads of Bellville

When Lindy Chambers drives along the backroads of her hometown of Bellville, she often pulls over to take photos of Read More »

Texas Highways Magazine Celebrates 45 Years of Traveling Texas

Texas Highways Magazine Celebrates 45 Years of Traveling Texas

If there’s one thing Texans can agree on, it’s their love of wildflowers. A field of native blooms graced the ... Read More »

New Book Chronicles the Life of San Antonio Artist Jesse Treviño

New Book Chronicles the Life of San Antonio Artist Jesse Treviño

In over 30 years as a journalist, San Marcos writer and Texas Highways contributor Anthony Head has covered ... Read More »

Antiques Roadshow Star Bruce Shackelford’s Eye for Objects Has Taken Him from Abilene to Reality TV

Antiques Roadshow Star Bruce Shackelford’s Eye for Objects Has Taken Him from Abilene to Reality TV

Bruce Shackelford is one of those enviable characters who’s developed a notable career by pursuing his own ... Read More »

The 50th Anniversary of LBJ’s Return to his Texas Hill Country Ranch
Taking the Waters: The Fascinating History of Texas’ Mineral-Water Resorts

Taking the Waters: The Fascinating History of Texas’ Mineral-Water Resorts

Dr. John Sutherland would have died in the Battle of the Alamo had William Travis not dispatched him as a messenger Read More »

Class Up Your Look in a Peter Brothers Custom Hat that Brims with History

Class Up Your Look in a Peter Brothers Custom Hat that Brims with History

Willie Dedmon calls himself a walking billboard for Peters Brothers Hats, the historic Fort Worth haberdashery. His Read More »

Explore the Birthplace of Boogie Woogie Along US 59 in East Texas

Explore the Birthplace of Boogie Woogie Along US 59 in East Texas

The heavy left hand mimicked the rumble of steam locomotives on iron rails, while the right played melodic ... Read More »

Terry Allen Dishes on Lubbock (And Everything)

Terry Allen Dishes on Lubbock (And Everything)

Terry Allen wears many hats, not that you’ll catch him in a Stetson. Twangy as all get out, the pioneering Texas ... Read More »

Q&A with The Iron Orchard Screenwriter Gerry de Leon

Q&A with The Iron Orchard Screenwriter Gerry de Leon

Set and filmed in West Texas, the oil boom period piece starts screening Feb. 22. West Texas wildcatters have long ... Read More »

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