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A group of historians and others who study the historic French presence in the upper Mississippi Valley will gather in…

A planetary power lunch at Space Center Houston

Written by | Published November 15, 2013
For space buffs, astronauts are intensely fascinating. Only a select few dreamers make NASA’s cut to join the ranks of…

Events mark 50 years since JFK assassination

Written by | Published November 14, 2013
This tabletop model at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza shows the positions of the president's car as three…

Trash be gone!

Written by | Published November 7, 2013
Here's a fun idea to combine recreation and altruism in Austin this weekend: Sign up for the first annual Let's…
It may seem like the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy has been dissected in every manner imaginable. But the assassination's…

A Tower of Power

Written by | Published November 1, 2013
Yes, according to the calendar, it has been “officially” fall since September 22, but it sure hasn’t felt like it…
The heart of downtown Fort Worth is debuting its  makeover with the grand opening celebration of the new Sundance Square…
Wildfires, parched pastures, evaporating lakes, we all have our own experience of the drought that's been plaguing Texas in recent…
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…
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