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Houston’s 1940 Air Terminal Museum Preserves the Culture of Flight
From a frieze over the entryway of the 1940 Air Terminal Museum, Mercury, the Roman god of messengers, reaches out to approaching passengers.
‘Where Independence Begins’ Guides the Lighthouse for the Blind
The first rule of viewing art is almost always “do not touch.” But the mural adorning the building housing Lighthouse for the Blind is purposely designed to be explored by hand.
For Fans of Christmas Lights, a Carriage Ride in Highland Park Is Peak Holiday Fun
I am a Christmas lights devotee. Perhaps it’s because my father, an otherwise outstanding parent, never allowed me and my mother to festoon our suburban house in colorful lights.
Murals and ‘Ted Lasso’ Billboards Highlight Texans Playing in 2022 FIFA World Cup
Three of the 26 players representing the United States Men’s National Team at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar hail from Texas.
‘Field of Light’ Shines Bright at Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
This September, London-born large-scale light artist Bruce Munro illuminates the Central Texas landscape. Field of Light, an installation of 28,000 solar-powered glowing orbs, converts a 16-acre field at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center into a pulsing multicolored wonderland.
In ‘The Last Karankawas,’ Kimberley Garza Highlights South Texas Communities Often Overlooked
Like many Texans, Kimberly Garza first heard about the Karankawa tribe during her seventh-grade Texas history class in Uvalde.