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In Houston this Saturday, March 23, from 11-2, the always zany and creative Orange Show Foundation hosts its annual Easter…

Go outdoors!

Written by | Published March 15, 2013
The Vernal Equinox and the first official day of spring—March 20—is so close we can taste it. Well, FEEL it…

Celebrating Texas' Independence Day

Written by | Published February 28, 2013
Growing up in Texas and learning about how this state became a nation for a time, I always wondered why…

Laissez les bons temps rouler, Texas style

Written by | Published February 1, 2013
Fat Tuesday isn't until Feb. 12, but why wait until then to let the good times roll? Mardi Gras events…
Families enjoy the big sleigh at Lubbock's Winter Wonderland at Vintage Township. (Texas Highways photo/Kevin Stillman) Tomorrow it will officially…

Doing my Wurst in New Braunfels

Written by | Published November 13, 2012
Tearing up the floor at Wurstfest. If you can't polka or two-step, just wait for the next Chicken Dance. It's…

An electrifying showdown in Central Texas

Written by | Published November 7, 2012
It's pretty rare that I'm drawn to an event on the strength of a poster alone, but then I saw…
Last week I took some time off to host my dad while he visits from out of state, which means…

New Events Blog: Texas To Do

Written by | Published July 31, 2012
Howdy, folks! My name is Erin, and I’ve mostly worked behind the scenes here at Texas Highways as editor of the event…

Texas Creatives add Pulse to SXSW

Written by | Published March 21, 2012
The Boss, Bruce Springsteen, talks about his musical roots and the diversity of music today. (Photo by Danny Clinch) With…

SXSW 2012: Now Just a Memory

Written by | Published March 19, 2012
(Win a CD: See below) Like a whirlwind weekend with a beloved old friend, there are mixed feelings as we…

Today's theme: Change

Written by | Published March 15, 2012
In line the other day to see Hunky Dory, the coming-of-age film starring Minnie Driver entered in the “Narrative Spotlight”…
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