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The Roots of Music Concert Series Kicks Off This Week in Fort Worth

The Roots of Music Concert Series Kicks Off This Week in Fort Worth

While Fort Worth is famous for its country music, New Orleans-based jazz drummer Adonis Rose is determined to bring different genres of music to Cowtown.  Read More »

Roadside Oddity: The Return of Alley Oop Day and Fantasy Land in Iraan

Roadside Oddity: The Return of Alley Oop Day and Fantasy Land in Iraan

Back in the spring of 1964, West Texans in towns like Iraan were in something of ... Read More »

The Dive Bar Bringing Heavy Metal to Fredericksburg

The Dive Bar Bringing Heavy Metal to Fredericksburg

Talk of Fredericksburg normally revolves around its picturesque vineyards and ... Read More »

Sprechen Sie Texas Deutsch? How a Variation of German Once Ruled In Fredericksburg

Sprechen Sie Texas Deutsch? How a Variation of German Once Ruled In Fredericksburg

Of all the towns where German is still spoken in the state, aka the Texas “German Read More »

Take A Nostalgia Trip at the Gillespie County Airport in Fredericksburg

Take A Nostalgia Trip at the Gillespie County Airport in Fredericksburg

While the National Museum of the Pacific War is the premier destination for World Read More »

The ‘Art Spirit’ Perseveres at San Angelo’s Old Chicken Farm Art Center

The ‘Art Spirit’ Perseveres at San Angelo’s Old Chicken Farm Art Center

The “art spirit” is alive and well at San Angelo’s Old Chicken Farm Art ... Read More »

Texas Highways Exclusive: The Captured Malaquite Beach Gator Tells All

Texas Highways Exclusive: The Captured Malaquite Beach Gator Tells All

Padre Island National Seashore/Facebook On Monday, National Park Service rangers ... Read More »

Starting This Weekend, Black Birders Week Shares the Joy of Nature and Science With All

Starting This Weekend, Black Birders Week Shares the Joy of Nature and Science With All

Wildlife biologist Danielle Belleny, the co-founder of Black Birders Week, grew ... Read More »

From One Hometown Hero to Another: the Legacy of Fredericksburg’s National Museum of the Pacific War

From One Hometown Hero to Another: the Legacy of Fredericksburg’s National Museum of the Pacific War

On a warm afternoon in early May, Gen. Michael Hagee, CEO of the Admiral Nimitz ... Read More »

Westerns Ride Again at San Antonio’s Briscoe Western Art Museum

Westerns Ride Again at San Antonio’s Briscoe Western Art Museum

From Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to The Wild Bunch, the Hollywood Western ... Read More »

Resacas are the Natural Wonders of Texas’ Rio Grande Valley

Resacas are the Natural Wonders of Texas’ Rio Grande Valley

With their glinting waters and meandering channels, resacas are a ubiquitous part of ... Read More »

Editor’s Note: Treasure Island

Editor’s Note: Treasure Island

While many beach towns across the country can become indistinguishable in our ... Read More »

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