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Welcome to the New Texashighways.com

Welcome to the New Texashighways.com

On our all-new website, you’ll get all the useful and interesting content you’ve come to know and love, with better searching capabilities, immersive photos, and useful travel-planning features, including:

Destinations: Our new Destination pages provide curated recommendations for lodging, activities, sites, and delicious bites in your favorite Texas towns.
Things to Do: Whether you’re an avid hiker or art aficionado, you can easily find articles to fit your passion grouped together by activity.
Events: You can now search the state’s most comprehensive events listings by location or type of event.
Latest: For news on new and updated attractions, activities, and destinations, check back daily.

How a Native Texan Made Traditional Turkish Footwear a Sought-after Brand in Marfa

How a Native Texan Made Traditional Turkish Footwear a Sought-after Brand in Marfa

Travel has a profound influence on Dallas-born, New York-based entrepreneur Mickey Ashmore. Not only has the 35-year-old developed an astute personal style and thorough worldview from his far-and-wide travels to places like Turkey, Africa, and across Texas, it has also charted the course of his professional life, inspiring a popular shoe line and an expanding collection of luxury goods with his company Sabah

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.

Recipe: Lady Bird Johnson’s King Ranch Casserole

Recipe: Lady Bird Johnson’s King Ranch Casserole

After mentioning Ro-Tel in an interview, Lady Bird Johnson is credited with putting the canned tomato brand on the U.S.

How Dallas Chef Tiffany Derry Went From IHOP Cook to TV Personality

How Dallas Chef Tiffany Derry Went From IHOP Cook to TV Personality

To watch Tiffany Derry on high-intensity TV cooking competitions is to witness grace under pressure. On cable shows like Top Chef and Bobby’s Triple Threat, the Dallas-based chef makes it look easy—working at lightning speed, nailing each minute element of a nuanced dish, never breaking a sweat.

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.

A Playful Day at Barton Springs in Austin

A Playful Day at Barton Springs in Austin

In 1837, settler William “Uncle Billy” Barton moved his family to a remote Hill Country creek near its confluence with the Colorado River.

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