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Joe Ely Looks Back on His 50-Year Career Ahead of Austin City Limits Hall of Fame Induction

Joe Ely Looks Back on His 50-Year Career Ahead of Austin City Limits Hall of Fame Induction

It has been quite a month for Joe Ely. The Flatlanders, the Lubbock trio he first played and recorded with in 1972, headlined the Back to the Basics Music Festival at Luckenbach in late September.

The Wild Extremes Texas Photographers Go To for Thrilling Storm Shots

The Wild Extremes Texas Photographers Go To for Thrilling Storm Shots

With major contributions to the two most famous tornado movies of all time, Texans loom over the cinematic subgenre of “films featuring tornadoes.” First, we have Galveston native King Vidor, who survived that city’s great hurricane of 1900.

Sympathy for the Devil in Southwest Texas

Sympathy for the Devil in Southwest Texas

In a world where we are perhaps overly dependent on GPS—focused on getting from point A to point B as quickly and efficiently as possible—I’ve found that simply unfurling a road map and blindly jabbing a finger down on the page just to see what’s there is a surefire way of reopening my mind to the possibilities of exploration and adventure.

Leatherface Is Not Through Tormenting Texans

Leatherface Is Not Through Tormenting Texans

Here in Texas, we have a long, complicated relationship with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, a scary movie made terrifying once you learn it’s supposedly based on a true story.

Meet the Vinegaroon, Big Bend National Park’s Elusive, Vinegar-Spewing ‘Wild Scorpion’

Meet the Vinegaroon, Big Bend National Park’s Elusive, Vinegar-Spewing ‘Wild Scorpion’

Sometimes, when the summer rains sweep the deserts of West Texas, strange arthropods stir in their burrows.

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