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Crazy Water

I'll have a bottle of Crazy Water, please.” Well, actually, I’ve already got one. Mine looks to be from about…

Dining surprises in Amarillo

In our September 2013 issue, Amarillo writer Beth Duke explores the story behind the city’s popular downtown restaurant OHMS, which…

Fandangle!

Each time I visit the West Texas town of Albany, it seems that the locals mistake me for a resident.…

Spirit of 66

Route 66 first enticed adventure-seekers on a transcontinental journey from Chicago to Los Angeles in 1926. Ever since, cross-country travelers…

TH Taste: Youngblood's Stockyard Cafe

At first glance, Youngblood’s Stockyard Café in Amarillo appears to be your everyday rural coffee shop. If you spend a…

Saints’ Roost

When settlers began pushing into the Texas Panhandle in the late 1870s, the town of Clarendon was not like most…

Walking in Memphis

NO B.B. KING or Beale Street here, but this Texas Panhandle community projects its own kind of harmony between two…

Black Sunday

Although dust storms were common across the southern Great Plains in the 1930s, the spring storms between 1935 and 1938…
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