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Halloween Happenings Across Texas

Written by | Published October 15, 2013
Calling all princesses, ghosts, baseball players, fairies, superheroes and rockstars: October in Texas means endless opportunities to dress up and…

Free fall fun in Beaumont

Written by | Published October 3, 2014
Beaumont is celebrating the arrival of fall with a slate of events focusing on everything from dogs to bikes, horses,…

Tom Lea celebrated in October

Written by | Published October 2, 2014
Celebrate the life of iconic Texas artist Tom Lea this October with a month of activities dedicated to his work…

Right on Track

Written by | Published September 29, 2014
Government Canyon State Natural Area in Bexar County has more than natural beauty on its side, it has natural history,…

Fried Food Affair

Written by | Published September 24, 2014
Does it make sense to batter and fry a perfectly delicious loaded baked potato? If you’re at the State Fair,…

World Heritage Mission

Written by | Published September 16, 2014
Whether you’ve visited the San Antonio Missions, Texans know that, collectively, they are an undeniable Texas treasure. But truly, the…

Nature Connects

Written by | Published September 8, 2014
  If your child loves LEGO® Bricks, they will be fascinated by the elaborate creations displayed as part of the…

State Park Going Strong

Written by | Published September 4, 2014
On Sept. 4, 2011, the October issue of Texas Highways was just reaching subscribers. The cover story was a tribute…
Gone With the Wind, the film that grabbed America and never let go, turns 75 this year. The University of…
The Houston Ship Channel turns 100 this November, and a festival this Saturday will celebrate the legacy and future of…

Some Dome Luck

Written by | Published August 28, 2014
Houston’s Astrodome may sit abandoned and seemingly unwanted, but many kept sight of the iconic dome’s value and have worked…
The Clearfork Music Festival is back for its second year at Fort Worth’s Panther Island Pavilion outdoor venue this Labor…
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