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Boomtown by Beaumont

Written by | Published January 3, 2017
When the Lucas Gusher sprang forth oil at Spindletop on Jan. 10, 1901, the area exploded with opportunities. This Saturday,…

Voting open for Ameripolitan Music Awards

Written by | Published December 14, 2016
Coming in the February issue of Texas Highways, we’ll preview the Ameripolitan Music Awards, an annual showcase of bands playing…

Holiday Happenings 2016

Written by | Published December 8, 2016
The Christmas spirit isn’t found wrapped beautifully underneath a holiday tree. While those gifts definitely bring some happiness, the true…

75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor remembered

Written by | Published December 7, 2016
Today on the 75th anniversary of the event, Fredericksburg's National Museum of the Pacific War remembers the attack on Pearl…

Remembering JFK

Written by | Published November 21, 2016
The nation and the world were shaken just after noon on Nov. 22, 1963. President John F. Kennedy had been…

Welcome aboard

Written by | Published November 18, 2016
Texas Highways is happy to welcome a new member to our family – Jane Kellogg Murray.

Veterans Day 2016

Written by | Published November 7, 2016
Texas Highways celebrates our veterans on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, and always. To help you observe the upcoming holiday, we…

Fill Your Heart with Art

Written by | Published November 3, 2016
When I moved to Austin ages ago, I made it a point to get out into the city – even…

Ten parks. One day.

Written by | Published October 31, 2016
Ten state parks in one day? It’s not entirely impossible.

Get in the Pages

Written by | Published October 15, 2016
Have you ever wanted to be in the pages of Texas Highways magazine? We're helping to make that happen. In…

State Parks Get Spooky

Written by | Published October 10, 2016
What's a little Zombie Apocalypse between friends? Spend a Friday evening at Galveston Island State Park in October and find…
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