april 2022

Cookbook Historian Toni Tipton-Martin Highlights the Contributions of Black Cooks in American Food History

March 24, 2022 | By Ellen Sweets

When speaking at events, Toni Tipton-Martin engages her audiences with historical images depicting African American women cooks, many of them demeaning “mammy” stereotypes.

Once the Tallest Span in the U.S., the Pecos High Bridge was a Nerve-Wracker

March 24, 2022 | By Traces of Texas

Standing 320 feet above the Pecos River, the Pecos High Bridge was the tallest bridge in America when it opened in 1892 to improve the Southern Pacific Railroad’s route between El Paso and San Antonio.

See Texas’ First Airplane at Midland International Airport

March 24, 2022 | By Julia Jones

A Weekend Getaway in Alpine Offers High-Desert Hospitality, Culture, and Adventure

March 24, 2022 | By Laurel Miller

9 Caves in Texas You Can Tour for a Day of Pure Exploration

March 24, 2022 | By Melissa Gaskill

Pharmacist Lonnie Meredith Found a Calling and Community in Haskell

March 24, 2022 | By Russell A. Graves

The Daytripper Visits Palo Duro Canyon

March 24, 2022 | By Chet Garner

The Cold War, Texas, and the Birth of Space City

March 24, 2022 | By Anthony Head

Lights and Motion Over Six Flags of Texas in Arlington

March 24, 2022 | By

Where to Scuba Dive in Texas

March 24, 2022 | By Melissa Gaskill

Recipe: Kenny and Ziggy’s Chicken Matzo Ball Soup

March 24, 2022 | By

The food served during the eight-day celebration of Passover, which starts on April 15 this year, has deep symbolism.

Kenny and Ziggy’s in Houston Serves Up Deli Classics

March 24, 2022 | By Steven Craig Lindsey

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