Everything’s bigger in Texas, and that’s certainly the case when it comes to celebrating our nation’s independence.
On June 19, 1865, Union General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston and delivered the news to Texans that slavery had been abolished.
Austin’s biggest event of the year kicks off this weekend, and while thousands are filtering in to take advantage of all South by Southwest has to offer, you don’t need a $1600 badge to enjoy some of the fun.
Every March, thousands of people from around the world descend on the capital city of Texas for South by Southwest.
March 2 marks the 182nd anniversary of the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence, and opportunities abound across the Lone Star state to celebrate this historic moment.
With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, the Texas Highways editors wanted to know: What are the most romantic places in the state?
Texas Highways readers are a special breed. Not only are most of you born-and-raised here (or wise transplants), but you also are among the proudest Texans.
Texans will have their own slice of N’awlins at Mardi Gras festivities across the state.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, we’ve got love on our brains.