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Texas energy goes with the wind

Written by | Published June 17, 2014
Texas’ wind power production is gaining strength. Earlier this spring, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas announced a new record…
Natural Bridge Caverns has opened a new and expanded visitor’s center, including a 5,000-square-foot maze and a new gift shop.

Texas bats receive clean bill of health

Written by | Published June 10, 2014
A recent survey of Texas caves turned up good news for the state’s bat population: According to the Texas Parks…

The Trail is Open in Austin!

Written by | Published June 6, 2014
Hikers, bikers, dog-walkers, and sightseers! The City of Austin and The Trail Foundation announce the grand opening of the long-awaited…
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is adding 120 acres to the future Palo Pinto Mountains State Park, including lakefront…

The Full Flavor Palette

Written by | Published May 30, 2014
I’ll be headed to The Woodlands next weekend to help judge the final event of 10th annual Houston Wine & Food…
If you’re going to go to the “extreme,” then Texas is the place to do it, and next weekend, two…
A new grassroots festival is launching in Austin to showcase a relatively little-known style of Mexican folk music called huapango. 

Kick up your heels--it’s Memorial Day Weekend!

Written by | Published May 20, 2014
As the nation honors those who have died in military service on Memorial Day, dozens of events pop up this…

2014 James Beard winners!

Written by | Published May 13, 2014
On May 5 at the Koch Theater in New York City, Food Network star Ted Allen presided over a black-tie-clad…
The general public will have its first chance to check out the new Museum of the American Railroad in Frisco…

What's YOUR Story?

Written by | Published May 7, 2014
I was struggling to surmount a Friday-afternoon energy slump a few weeks ago when I received a phone call that…
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