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Borger celebrating its 88th birthday

Written by | Published March 4, 2014
Borger is turning 88! And to celebrate, the Hutchinson County Museum is hosting a birthday celebration with a panel of…
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Glen Rose has launched a fundraising campaign to rebuild its gift shop, which was recently…

Happy Independence Day!

Written by | Published February 26, 2014
On March 2, 1836, 59 delegates gathered at Washington-on-the-Brazos to sign the Texas Declaration of Independence, setting in motion a…

New Alamo exhibit explores Tejano role in battle

Written by | Published February 21, 2014
The Alamo opens a new exhibit this weekend that examines the sometimes-overlooked history of Hispanic defenders of the Alamo. Standing…

Feast for the Senses

Written by | Published February 20, 2014
Looking ahead to spring, the Austin FOOD & WINE Festival, which will take place April 25-27 in Austin’s Butler Park,…

Texas culinary scenesters get James Beard nods

Written by | Published February 19, 2014
Looking for something tasty in Texas? The 2014 semifinalists in the James Beard Foundation's awards for best chefs and restaurants…

Hugs for Everyone

Written by | Published February 13, 2014
It’s Valentine’s Day tomorrow and maybe the pressure’s on. As Waylon Jennings himself put it so eloquently in his 1977…

Texas Hill Country a true wine destination

Written by | Published February 11, 2014
The Aegean Islands; Baden, Germany; Mendoza, Argentina … and the Texas Hill Country? What do the humble oak-covered hills of…

Big Squeeze accordion contest kicks off

Written by | Published January 30, 2014
The Big Squeeze contest for young accordionists kicks off this weekend under a new format designed to diversify the genres…
The news couldn’t be any timelier. As we’re planning our April issue’s coverage of the red-hot Fredericksburg Wine Road 290,…
Lubbock musician Andy Hedges has put out a fine new album featuring his characteristic interpretations of classic cowboy and traditional…
In the second half of the 19th century, the United States established a line of military posts in west-central Texas…
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