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A Resident Tourist in Austin

Written by | Published May 31, 2013
Lamar Blvd. Pedestrian Bridge TH's July issue features a day in Austin from three of our editors, each exploring some…
Before the April explosion at the West Fertilizer plant, the town of West was best known for its Czech heritage…

Rains lift tubing on Frio River

Written by | Published May 28, 2013
The rainstorms that soaked parts of the Hill Country over Memorial Day weekend are providing a welcome boost to tubing…
(Fireworks explode over Waterway Square at the Memorial Day Weekend Celebration in The Woodlands./Photo courtesy of The Woodlands CVB) Memorial…

Houston to host 2017 Super Bowl

Written by | Published May 21, 2013
The Super Bowl is heading back to Houston—Super Bowl LI, to be exact.

A New View of Dallas

Written by | Published May 17, 2013
I recently returned from a whirlwind trip to Dallas, where I visited several new attractions, including the Perot Museum of…
Nearly two years after massive wildfires, the director of Possum Kingdom Chamber of Commerce says tourism has rebounded but drought…
For book-lovers drawn to the Texas Book Festival and its engaging congregation of authors each fall in Austin, it’s worth…
Women take a closer look at a piece of pottery at the Rockwall Founders Day Festival, which features all-day live…

Food and Wine recap

Written by | Published May 7, 2013
Among the many things I learned at the second annual Austin FOOD & WINE Festival, which took place at Austin's…
With the reopening of the Boquillas border crossing in Big Bend National Park, curious travelers have raised questions about the…
A cook-off competitor fries up his best chicken-fried steaks in Lamesa. The West Texas town of Lamesa, about 60 miles…
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