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Take a Tour of Horton Foote’s Wharton with Director Anne Rapp

Take a Tour of Horton Foote’s Wharton with Director Anne Rapp

One of the most poignant images in director Anne Rapp’s documentary, Horton Foote, The Road to Home, is that of the esteemed Texan playwright sitting on his front porch swing in Wharton.

Founded By a Real-Life Cowboy, the Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg Embraces the Past and Present

Founded By a Real-Life Cowboy, the Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg Embraces the Past and Present

It may seem strange to start a tour of the Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg with a discussion of who invented the telephone and the incandescent lightbulb.

Stories of Suffering and Salvation from Colonial Texas’ Western Edge

Stories of Suffering and Salvation from Colonial Texas’ Western Edge

For the colonists who settled Texas, the Colorado River represented boundless potential—lands thick with alluvial soils, timber, and game. But as the edge of civilization, the Colorado also meant danger—a treacherous obstacle that was prone to flooding, deadly to cross, and a harbor for native tribes.

Hurricane Harvey: Coastal Community Updates

Hurricane Harvey: Coastal Community Updates

Updated 10 a.m. Monday, September 18: We care deeply about the communities that are undergoing challenges as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

Small-Town Stories

Small-Town Stories

Wharton is the kind of town that invites you to relax on a wraparound porch with an old friend, sip an iced tea—or something stronger—and reveal some secrets.

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