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The coronavirus pandemic hit just as precious works by 16th-century sculptor and artist Alonso Berruguete were supposed to arrive in Dallas from Italy.
When Craig Hillis visited ¡Viva Terlingua! The Big Bang of Texas Music in September, he was more amazed by what he heard than what he saw.
Last September was the first time Cody Caddell traveled from Kerrville to attend El Cosmico’s Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Love, a weekend-long festival with camping, music, and baseball in Marfa.
As a longtime Austinite who is not an alumna of the University of Texas at Austin, I rarely had reason to set foot on campus—until I was invited to be part of a public art tour and found myself in the lobby of Welch Hall, where chemistry and biophysics are taught in the College of Natural Sciences.
The first time I saw Mack McCormick’s name, it was attached to the liner notes on the back of the first albums issued by Arhoolie Records, the storied American folk music label founded by Chris Strachwitz.
When visiting the San Antonio Museum of Art, you may notice architectural details that hearken back to a buzzy period in the city’s history.
Just as we were leaving the restaurant on the outskirts of New Braunfels, we saw a black sky turn purple and flash with thunderbolts.
If only this branch could talk. During a 2020 thunderstorm, a giant limb of a 300-year-old live oak at the Lyndon B.
On what would have been James M. White’s 83rd birthday, friends of the White family, local musicians, politicians, and press, along with longtime patrons, gathered in the dirt parking lot under the storied oak tree outside the Broken Spoke in Austin.