August 31, 2023 | By Cynthia J. Drake
June 30, 2021 | By Jacqueline Knox
June 9, 2021 | By Jacqueline Knox
About five years ago, Paul Barwick, the City of Boerne’s special projects director, attended a presentation by local historian Dean Sprowl about Camp Verde and the Camel Corps.
December 11, 2019 | By Mellanie Perez
It’s Friday and the Happy Hour crowd pours into La Cascada Bar & Grill at Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort in Boerne like water on stone, a fitting allegory for La Cascada’s name and a harbinger of good times to come.
May 22, 2019 | By Amanda Eyre Ward
April 25, 2018 | By
We are burrowed at the bar at Peggy’s on the Green, the Boerne eatery that’s taken the town to a new culinary frontier, and he’d just cut into a prime rib about 2 inches thick, a steak for which Chef Mark Bohanan is renowned. “I feel like a Michelin-starred restaurant has come to Boerne!” he pretty much shouts to everyone in the room.
March 20, 2018 | By
The German heritage of the Hill Country is well-known when it comes to towns like Fredericksburg and New Braunfels. But sprinkled throughout the rolling hills are a number of smaller burgs that carry a similar and just-as-interesting cultural history. Take Boerne, northwest of San Antonio, for example, which makes for an excellent day trip destination. Just don’t pronounce it “Bo-Urn.”