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By Lois M. Rodriguez For the past few years, I've enjoyed the opportunity to be part of Fredericksburg Food and…
It's hard to say what's most impressive about the new Briscoe Western Art Museum in San Antonio. It could be…

The Color Inside

Written by | Published October 25, 2013
On Monday night, as a brief thunderstorm brewed over Austin, I witnessed a marriage of art, nature, and technology that…

Tee Pee Dreaming!

Written by | Published October 18, 2013
Wharton's Tee Pee Motel (Photo © Lori Moffatt) Now that most of Texas has seen a cool snap, a visit…
With the reopening of the federal government, Guadalupe Mountains National Park is open to visitors in time for its colorful…
As part of its 15th anniversary celebration, the Texas Forts Trail Region has launched a passport program to encourage visitors…

Austin City Limits Music Festival, Take Two

Written by | Published October 9, 2013
  With nearly the same lineup playing through two weekends this year (Oct. 4-6 and Oct. 11-13), the Austin City Limits…
In the December 2013 issue, we’re running a story on San Antonio’s annual Tamales! Festival, which takes place this year…
One possible silver lining to the partial shutdown of the federal government: The closure of Big Bend National Park has…

ACL Fest x2—Get Ready!

Written by | Published October 2, 2013
The Austin City Limits Festival kicks off the first of two weekends for the very first time on Friday, October…

Shutdown closes national parks, sites in Texas

Written by | Published October 1, 2013
If you're planning a trip to one of the national parks or other federal sites in Texas, you'll want to…

Art branches out on Austin's Lady Bird Lake

Written by | Published October 1, 2013
  If you visit downtown Austin this fall, you might wonder "why is there a big, white tree hovering over…
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