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“Jesus did not Tap Out, He loves you!” shouted an oncoming billboard. Had I read that correctly?
In Yellow Rose, a feature film highlight of the Austin Film Festival that just wrapped up last week, a teenage Filipino-American girl named Rose buys guitar strings at a music shop in Bastrop.
Like many good Texas tales, this one begins with the search for Blue Bell ice cream.
The biggest challenge of visiting Dallas is that it’s big. There’s enough in this bustling metropolis to fill dozens of daytrips, so my advice is to pick a section and explore its many nooks and crannies.
With the Vietnam War still raging in the summer of 1972, there was a cultural chasm that seemed too wide to cross in Texas: Longhairs weren’t welcome in honky-tonks, and cowboys didn’t mingle with “peaceniks.” But five words built a bridge.
With people once again flocking to live music venues after COVID put a temporary halt to live events, The Redbird Listening Room in New Braunfels is offering music fans the chance to take in Texas music without distraction—no cell phones, no table service, no talking.
He called her Little Sister Bobbie, but she was in fact Willie Nelson’s big sister in so many ways.
This year marks the 90th year of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, and, as you’d expect, a lot has changed.