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As the World Cup Kicks Off, FC Dallas President Dan Hunt Talks Texas Soccer

As the World Cup Kicks Off, FC Dallas President Dan Hunt Talks Texas Soccer

The eyes of the world turn to Qatar this November as the planet’s best soccer players converge on the Middle ... Read More »

The Past Is Present in the East Texas City of Marshall

The Past Is Present in the East Texas City of Marshall

Echoes All Around A grandson grapples with his family’s deep roots in Marshall by Gordy SauerThe wet Marshall heat ... Read More »

Did an East Texas Preacher Beat the Wright Brothers Into the Sky?

Did an East Texas Preacher Beat the Wright Brothers Into the Sky?

The turn of the 20th century was a time of technological dreams. The harnessing of petroleum had spawned the ... Read More »

Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel Puts Texas Music History Up for Auction

Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel Puts Texas Music History Up for Auction

There comes a time in every person’s life when they must look around at their many possessions and declare: ... Read More »

Who Is Colleen Hoover, the Texas Author Taking the Romance Genre By Storm?

Who Is Colleen Hoover, the Texas Author Taking the Romance Genre By Storm?

Take a glance at any major bestseller list, and you’ll spot the ubiquitous brightly colored trade paperbacks ... Read More »

New Alamo Statues Featuring African Americans Tell A More Complete Story of the Texas Revolution

New Alamo Statues Featuring African Americans Tell A More Complete Story of the Texas Revolution

When Lubbock-based sculptor Eddie Dixon received a phone call about sculpting a statue for the Alamo, the ... Read More »

The Comanche Trail in Big Bend Recalls a Bygone Era of Tribal Raids into Mexico

The Comanche Trail in Big Bend Recalls a Bygone Era of Tribal Raids into Mexico

The final months of summer were both the best and worst parts of the year in the Big Bend country during the ... Read More »

What the Heck is a Ghost Town?

What the Heck is a Ghost Town?

Population: Unknown A road trip through the ghost towns of North Central Texas and beyond By Scott BedgoodThe ... Read More »

Cemetery Strolls Offer an Opportunity to Meditate on Life’s Big Questions

Cemetery Strolls Offer an Opportunity to Meditate on Life’s Big Questions

Parallel tire-width trenches in the earth made unmistakable scars across the otherwise unmolested grass. The marks ... Read More »

Get Home Before Sundown or La Llorona Might Get You

Get Home Before Sundown or La Llorona Might Get You

Home BeforeSundown Old gives way to new in Hidalgo, but the ghosts persist by Rubén DegolladoIn the only ... Read More »

An Ode to the Native Chile Pequin, the ‘Mother of All Peppers’

An Ode to the Native Chile Pequin, the ‘Mother of All Peppers’

“It’s like a sparkler, spraying embers in the air,” Benito Treviño says excitedly, as he strolls through the ... Read More »

A Hitchcock Native Preserves the Diverse History of the Texas Gulf Coast

A Hitchcock Native Preserves the Diverse History of the Texas Gulf Coast

Before Galveston and Houston were connected by rail, boats plied Highland Bayou between the two Gulf Coast cities. ... Read More »

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