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The Cadillac of Barbecue Smokers Can Be Found in Lockhart

The Cadillac of Barbecue Smokers Can Be Found in Lockhart

Like finely tuned hot rods, the models gleam in the brightly lit showroom. While their designs and styles are all different—some feature shiny chrome that sparkles under the recessed lighting and others bear sturdy black paint and brass accents—they’re all here to inspire and catch fire.

Braving the Narrows, One of Texas’ Most Mythic and Wild Oases

Braving the Narrows, One of Texas’ Most Mythic and Wild Oases

In a field of brickellbush, hundreds of monarch butterflies move with the

Roadside Oddity: the Virgin Mary Tree in Houston’s Garden Oaks Neighborhood

Roadside Oddity: the Virgin Mary Tree in Houston’s Garden Oaks Neighborhood

Every so often you’ll hear about an apparition or religious imagery taking form in the oddest of everyday objects.

9 Can’t-Miss Sport Movies Set in Texas

9 Can’t-Miss Sport Movies Set in Texas

It’s a well-known fact that Texans are passionate about sports. From larger-than-life personalities to sensational backstories to famous come-from-behind wins, sports in the Lone Star State are particularly well suited for film adaptations.

Bobby Byrd of Cinco Puntos Press Is a Poet and Everyone Should Know It

Bobby Byrd of Cinco Puntos Press Is a Poet and Everyone Should Know It

Bobby Byrd of El Paso was many things to many people. But first and foremost, Bobby was a poet.

To Kill a Mockingbird—Why It’s Time for Texas to Ditch Its State Bird

To Kill a Mockingbird—Why It’s Time for Texas to Ditch Its State Bird

Since January 1927, the northern mockingbird has been the state bird of Texas, an honor shared with a whopping four other states.

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