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Four Texas Hotels and Resorts With Plenty of Star Power

Four Texas Hotels and Resorts With Plenty of Star Power

As Texans got a front-row seat to a magnificent total solar eclipse this month, interest in astronomy has reached a record high.

Glamping Hits a High Point Along the Colorado River

Glamping Hits a High Point Along the Colorado River

The best thing about AMANI, a cushy glamping site in Shaffer Bend Recreation Area, is the view.

My Hometown: Luther Hotel Innkeeper Jack Findley Talks History and Having Fun on Tres Palacios Bay

My Hometown: Luther Hotel Innkeeper Jack Findley Talks History and Having Fun on Tres Palacios Bay

At the historic Luther Hotel in Palacios, proprietor Jack Findley often mingles with guests on the front porch overlooking Matagorda Bay. Findley’s path to Palacios was circuitous.

How Beaumont Photographer Keith Carter Redefined the Artform

How Beaumont Photographer Keith Carter Redefined the Artform

He’s one of the world’s great photographers, with a legendary sense for the mystery in the mundane. But right now he’s at home in Beaumont, and his longtime assistant, Cathy Spence, is calling for help from a side door.

Find Museum-Quality Art in These 8 Texas Hotels

Find Museum-Quality Art in These 8 Texas Hotels

We’ve rounded up eight hotels across Texas where cultural enlightenment is a bonus amenity, and the hospitality extends beyond spas and room service. Best of all, most of these works are on display for everyone, whether staying the night or popping in for a look around.

The Inn at Lake Granbury Offers a Tranquil Waterfront Getaway

The Inn at Lake Granbury Offers a Tranquil Waterfront Getaway

When Jim Leitch and his wife, Cathy Casey, opened the Inn on Lake Granbury in 2005, they couldn’t predict their new business would dovetail with the fresh energy now infusing Granbury.

Magic Acts

Magic Acts

On any given day, Mary Stamm performs minor (and not so minor) miracles in Dallas. Working as a concierge at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, that’s her job—and it’s never dull.

Park the Car and See Galveston Island by Bicycle

Park the Car and See Galveston Island by Bicycle

Lucky us: A brilliantly sunny morning greets us on the day we plan to see Galveston by bicycle. It’s been years since I’ve looked at my favorite island from a bike seat, and I’m eager to revisit the sensory experience of taking in the sights and sounds and smells of a place that’s at once so historic and vibrant.

The Crown Pearl

The Crown Pearl

Like many urbanites, my daily grind includes too much traffic and too many frazzled nerves. After one recent particularly hectic stretch, my husband John and I were in dire need of an escape.

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