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CULTURE & LIFESTYLE

An Interwoven Legacy

Most Texans with deep roots in the state treasure the contributions their ancestors made to its unique history. But there…

The Fringe of Footwear

Nevena Christi points to a label painted on a brick wall inside the El Paso workshop of Rocketbuster Handmade Custom…

The Great Camel Experiment

Doug Baum’s farm outside of Waco looks like most others in Central Texas. There are a few scattered, scrubby mesquite…

Artist Boat

Founded in 2003 to promote awareness of coastal ecosystems and the marine environment through the disciplines of science and art,…

For the Love of the Lyric

Among the many good reasons to visit downtown Galveston, one of the more obscure, but best, is a passion for…

Prehistoric Painters

The desert canyonlands formed by the Rio Grande, Devil’s, and Pecos rivers may appear inhospitable to travelers driving west of…

Artomobiles!

On a sunny day last May, the bustle of traffic along Houston’s Allen Parkway momentarily slowed to a crawl comprised…

Rock Art Resources

If you’re interested in learning more about the ancient canyon-dwellers and rock art of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands, here are…

Spring Forward!

April 2014’s wildflower feature—“Oooh … Aaah”—mentions our longtime friends at The University of Texas at Austin Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower…

Eggstraordinary!

It was a case of mistaken identity. I thought I was Wendish, a descendant of that group of Eastern Europeans…

A State of Great Migration

A ruby-throated hummingbird zips around a mangrove forest in the Yucatán at the southern tip of the Gulf of Mexico,…

An Artist’s Journey

The road to artist Philip John Evett’s Hill Country home runs along and across the Blanco River, past majestic live…
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