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In 1985, South Texas musician Steve Jordan sang “Soy de Tejas,” a love letter he wrote to the state and to his Chicano heritage that went on to become a Tejano classic.
Explore American Soccer, from its Foundations to its Greatest Stars, at the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco
As the U.S. Men’s National Team kicks off its World Cup run in Qatar this week, soccer fans don’t have to travel across globe to explore the foundations of American soccer and the homegrown players who have taken the American game to the world’s biggest stages.
At Texas Saké Company, steel tanks filled with fermented rice emit a sweet and nutty perfume.
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.
Since January 1927, the northern mockingbird has been the state bird of Texas, an honor shared with a whopping four other states.
Beginning in 1996 with his debut film Bottle Rocket, it was clear Houston native Wes Anderson had tapped into something transcendent and special.