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Talk to TH: June 2011

Reader Mail ~ Reader Recommendations Trip to BeautifulThank you for including Ennis’ Bluebonnet Trails in April TH. Enjoyed our day…

Talk to TH: July 2011

Reader Mail ~ Reader Recommendations EDITOR’S NOTE: Griff Smith’s Texas, an exhibit of TH Photography Editor Griff Smith’s favorite images…

Speaking of Texas: Sarah McClendon

A Texan in Washington: Tyler native Sarah McClendon covered the White House for six decades By Gene Fowler Texas women…

Weekender: Bosque Beauty

Meridian pleases visitors with shops, restaurants, a winery and community spirit By Rob McCorkleTwenty miles west of Lake Whitney, where…

Speaking of Texas: O'Neil Ford's Public Architecture

Residences and businesses designed by O’Neil Ford exist throughout Texas. Some of the most accessible include structures throughout the campus…

Postcards: Fireside Gallery

A Bastrop foundry showcases sculpture and more in its new space For some 30 years, the Deep in the Heart…

Postcards: Get Your Game On!

Sports bars are more than just taps and TVs By Anthony Head Although I grew up in indiana, where basketball…

Speaking of Texas: Modern Art and More at the McNay

Modern Art and More at the McNay See related: Speaking of Texas: Marion Koogler McNay To experience Marion Koogler McNay’s…

Speaking of Texas: Marion Koogler McNay

An Artful Life: Champion of modern art left brick-and-mortar legacySee related: Speaking of Texas: Modern Art and More at the…

Speaking of Texas: O'Neil Ford

Architect O’Neil Ford championed regional design, craftsmanship, and the simplicity of lasting materials By Gene FowlerExciting, eccentric, and paradoxical, San…

Weekender: Marfa Light resources

See related: Weekender: Marfa LightMarfa Book Company, 105 S. Highland Ave., 432/729-3906; www.marfabookco.com.The Get Go Grocery, 208 S. Dean St.,…

Weekender: Marfa Light

This quirky art mecca offers creative escape By Charles LohrmannEven though Marfa’s population is small (2,400), the ideas are grand…
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