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By Spreading the Word, Town Crier ‘Megaphone Myers’ Became a Beloved Part of San Antonio

By Spreading the Word, Town Crier ‘Megaphone Myers’ Became a Beloved Part of San Antonio

“Ladee-eez ’nd Jumpm’n,” bellowed San Antonio’s beloved town crier, Julius Myers, as reported in a 1920 issue of American Magazine.

Spin Class: Why Tumbleweeds Are On a Roll in West Texas

Spin Class: Why Tumbleweeds Are On a Roll in West Texas

They roll through the deserts of Texas: woody, ball-shaped plants called tumbleweeds. They’re a visual cliche and joke in Western movies.

The Daytripper Finds the Color of Texas in Gruene

The Daytripper Finds the Color of Texas in Gruene

Tucked along the winding Guadalupe River in the Hill Country is a town that’s much bigger in legend than in size.

Dry January? These Texas Counties Are Dry Year-Round.

Dry January? These Texas Counties Are Dry Year-Round.

When January rolls around, many people participate in the monthlong sabbatical from alcohol known as Dry or Sober January.

There Has Never Been a Better Time To Be a TCU Fan

There Has Never Been a Better Time To Be a TCU Fan

This week’s question for Texas college football fans: Will it be the traditional chant for the Texas Christian University football team, “Go Frogs”?

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