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Founded By a Real-Life Cowboy, the Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg Embraces the Past and Present

Founded By a Real-Life Cowboy, the Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg Embraces the Past and Present

It may seem strange to start a tour of the Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg with a discussion of who invented the telephone and the incandescent lightbulb.

In Johnson City, It’s Out With Midcentury Furniture, In With Vintage Motorcycles

In Johnson City, It’s Out With Midcentury Furniture, In With Vintage Motorcycles

If you’ve driven through Johnson City on US 290 in recent weeks, you may have noticed a change at the corner of Main and Nugent streets.

De-Mythifying the Lesser-Known Story of the Republic of the Rio Grande

De-Mythifying the Lesser-Known Story of the Republic of the Rio Grande

“This is gonna make such an amazing miniseries one day, isn’t it?” gushes Brandon Seale in the eighth episode of the podcast “Republic of the Rio Grande.” As host and creator of the lively and ruminative 17-part series, Seale sets aside his day job as president of San Antonio-based Howard Energy Partners and takes on the role of avocational historian to delve into this lesser-known chapter of Mexico-Texas history.

10 Events to Celebrate Black History Month

10 Events to Celebrate Black History Month

In 1926, Carter G. Woodson, the founder of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History in Washington, D.C., launched the first Black History Week (then called Negro History Week) to bring more awareness of African Americans’ contributions to this country.

Once an Outlet for Rebels and Outsiders, Zines Are Making a Comeback for Everyone

Once an Outlet for Rebels and Outsiders, Zines Are Making a Comeback for Everyone

Remember zines, those self-published, photocopied mini-magazines that proliferated among Generation X youth? During their heyday, these periodically produced journals informed readers what was and wasn’t punk in the ’80s and where you could skate and see underground concerts.

A Huntsville Museum Offers a Rare Chance to Step Into the Room where Sam Houston Died

A Huntsville Museum Offers a Rare Chance to Step Into the Room where Sam Houston Died

The Steamboat House in Huntsville not only protects artifacts of Texas history at the Sam Houston Memorial Museum, the house itself is an artifact.

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