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The Complicated History of Texas Revolutionary Hero Juan Seguín

The Complicated History of Texas Revolutionary Hero Juan Seguín

When Albert Seguín Gonzales was a boy, his grandmother told him stories about their ancestor Juan Nepomuceno ... Read More »

The Musical Legacy of Crockett Didn’t End With Lightnin’ Hopkins

The Musical Legacy of Crockett Didn’t End With Lightnin’ Hopkins

Nestled in the Piney Woods of East Texas, Crockett was established shortly after the Texas Revolution and named for Read More »

Fort Worth Filmmaker Chyna Robinson Shines a Light on Domestic Abuse

Fort Worth Filmmaker Chyna Robinson Shines a Light on Domestic Abuse

Filmmaker Chyna Robinson is on a roll. Her debut feature film, No Ordinary Love, was released in June and is ... Read More »

Bowie High School’s Principal Moonlights as a Knifemaker for Texas Pitmasters

Bowie High School’s Principal Moonlights as a Knifemaker for Texas Pitmasters

Ask Sergio Menchaca when he became interested in knives and he’ll joke, “According to my dad, the moment I was ... Read More »

The Evolution of the South Dallas Neighborhood

The Evolution of the South Dallas Neighborhood

Good Neighbors In South Dallas, a father and son reconnect with the forgotten soul of the city by Robert WilonskyMy Read More »

When You’re Too Young for Bullriding, There’s Always Mutton Busting

When You’re Too Young for Bullriding, There’s Always Mutton Busting

Hold on for Your Life A mutton busting competition binds a mother and son to their Texas roots by Andrea LuttrellI ... Read More »

How Texas Cowgirls Staked Their Claim in a Man’s World

How Texas Cowgirls Staked Their Claim in a Man’s World

Mama Sugar swore she’d never move back to the country. “I didn’t want to see the back end of a horse again,” she ... Read More »

The Brazilian Dominance of the American Professional Bull Riders Circuit

The Brazilian Dominance of the American Professional Bull Riders Circuit

If you’re a rodeo fan, the first thing to catch your eye about Brazilian-born bull rider Silvano Alves is his ... Read More »

The Cowboy Spirit Is a Way of Life for These Texas Jews

The Cowboy Spirit Is a Way of Life for These Texas Jews

I’m out at Charles B. “Chuck, the Wrangler” Hart’s 36-acre property in Temple, where he leads me to the barn to ... Read More »

Cowboy Poets Immortalize Texas Ranching Life

Cowboy Poets Immortalize Texas Ranching Life

Other states were carved or born,Texas grew from hide and horn.Other states are long or wide,Texas is a shaggy ... Read More »

My Hometown: The Panhandle Town of Childress is a Rancher’s Paradise

My Hometown: The Panhandle Town of Childress is a Rancher’s Paradise

Jared Session is a man of the land—specifically, the Rolling Plains of the southeastern Texas Panhandle. Born and ... Read More »

Vaqueros: The Original Cowboys of Texas

Vaqueros: The Original Cowboys of Texas

Samuel Buentello was 14 years oldwhen he left the Rancho Nuevo in South Texas, the only home he’d ever known. In ... Read More »

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