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Hippowood? Hutto Plays Host to the Filming of an HBO Max Series that Recounts a North Texas Murder

Hippowood? Hutto Plays Host to the Filming of an HBO Max Series that Recounts a North Texas Murder

When HBO Max’s Love and Death television series begins airing sometime next time year, viewers throughout Central Texas are likely to spot some familiar landmarks and landscapes.

Summer in Kilgore Means Blooms in the Shakespeare Garden and the Bard’s Plays at Kilgore College

Summer in Kilgore Means Blooms in the Shakespeare Garden and the Bard’s Plays at Kilgore College

The Kilgore Improvement and Beautiful Association built the garden in 1996. It contains more than 30 species of flowers, shrubs, trees, and other flora referenced in William Shakespeare’s works.

Key Allegro Displays Hauntingly Beautiful Relics from Hurricane Harvey

Key Allegro Displays Hauntingly Beautiful Relics from Hurricane Harvey

Along the Texas coast, telltale signs of past storms endure in the occasional skeletal remains of piers jutting into the Gulf and bays.
Until they are rebuilt, these structures on Key Allegro along Aransas Bay recall the impact of Hurricane Harvey, presenting a hauntingly beautiful scene in the wake of last August’s storm. Key Allegro—a resort community with residences, second homes, and rentals—is located on an approximately 200-acre island near the northernmost end of Broadway Street between Rockport and Fulton.

Roadside Oddity: The Statue of Old Yeller in Mason

Roadside Oddity: The Statue of Old Yeller in Mason

“We called him Old Yeller. The name had a sort of double meaning. One part meant that his short hair was a dingy yellow, a color that we called ‘yeller’ in those days.

For Fans of Christmas Lights, a Carriage Ride in Highland Park Is Peak Holiday Fun

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.

The Biggest Hit at the American Windmill Museum Is the Smallest

The Biggest Hit at the American Windmill Museum Is the Smallest

The tagline for the American Windmill Museum in Lubbock is “Walk Among the Giants,” which is ironic considering some of the most impressive structures on display inside the 66,000-square-foot space are itty-bitty.

Explore American Soccer, from its Foundations to its Greatest Stars, at the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco

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.

The History of Pioneer Female Pilots Soars at the National WASP WWII Museum in Sweetwater

The History of Pioneer Female Pilots Soars at the National WASP WWII Museum in Sweetwater

The trailblazing Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs), had to prove themselves twice—as the military’s first female pilots who supplemented the shortage of male pilots during World War II, and again more than 30 years later, when the U.S.

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