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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…
The Dallas Museum of Art has a strong and diverse offering of exhibitions scheduled for the remainder of 2014. To help…

Stars Shine Bright in Dark Sky Parks

Written by | Published August 6, 2014
Stargazing can be an out-of-this-world experience, but here in Texas, there are a few places that are able to magnify…
Now being spotted at Caprock Canyons State Park: the Doodlebug.
Houston Restaurant Weeks returns in August, and this year, the annual charity dining event has brunch on the brain. 
After years of recovery from hurricane damage, Sea Rim State Park on the upper Texas coast is celebrating its grand…

Lajitas gets its goat

Written by | Published July 18, 2014
After going without a four-legged mayor for several years, the unincorporated community of Lajitas has a new goat at the…
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