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Gliding High

So there I was, 2,000 feet above the ground without an engine or parachute, relying solely upon the wind and…

Texas Top 40 No. 33, Marfa

Ah, mysterious Marfa. Founded in 1883 as a railroad water stop, Marfa existed as a remote West Texas ranching town…

Texas Top 40 Travel Destinations

Last fall, we asked Texas Highways readers to share their favorite places in the state for our Texas Top-40 Travel…

Lounging in Style

  Once you step into the Garza Furniture showroom, located along a nondescript side street just blocks from Marfa’s renovated…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Marfa

Take a drive deep into West Texas, through the Martian landscape of the Chihuahuan Desert, and you’ll arrive at an…

Where's Martha? (Marfa)

This exchange happens often, and because I actually worked to build tourism in Marfa, it still surprises me that many…

Weekender: Marfa Light

Even though Marfa’s population is small (2,400), the ideas are grand in this Big-Bend-region hideout, and like other “art towns,”…

Into the Wild: Marfalous!

Mention the far-flung West Texas town of Marfa and most folks reference the mysterious lights that sometimes dance not far…

Go West!

We're excited about the February issue of Texas Highways (which is in the mail). This issue includes feature articles about…

Marfa's Thunderbird

While it would seem that there’s been some enormous shift in the zeitgeist that has long defined this old ranching…

Gliding Above Marfa

Perhaps best known for the contemporary art museum called the Chinati Foundation and for its mysterious Marfa Lights, the tiny…

Minimalism to the Max in Marfa

Art takes kindly to the wide-open expanses of Marfa, Texas.
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