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CULTURE & LIFESTYLE

In the Face of History

Our recent story on archeological sites in Texas (January 2015) included some information about the Bosque Heritage Museum in Clifton…

A Comedy Carousel

Chicago has the Second City. New York has Saturday Night Live. Los Angeles has the Hollywood Improv. Closer to home…

Irregular Radiance

Francisco Vazquez de Coronado famously failed in his 16th-Century quest to find the fabled Seven Cities of Gold. But legend…

Hollywood with a Texas Heart

Ross Dinerstein is well-entrenched in the West Coast movie-making world, but there’s one thing this native Houstonian always brings to…

Grand by Design

A spotlight pierces the darkened theater as an acoustic guitarist fingerpicks the opening notes of a tune. Tonight’s star, nattily…

A conversation with Salado artist Ronnie Wells

Ronnie Wells’ reputation in the genre of wildlife sculpture and painting is unchallenged. He switched from a job as a…

Home Cookin' on the Range

It’s bumper-to-bumper in Weatherford, and most everyone is smiling. Traffic moves at a crawl around the courthouse, its picturesque red…

Tuneful Tour

It’s the smell that first grabs you when you enter the Collings Guitars Factory in southwest Austin—that heady intermingling of…

Celebration of Independence

The country roads east of Brenham traverse a region steeped in Texas history, the very heart of Stephen F. Austin’s…

The Men in Blue

The Lone Star State has long celebrated its Wild West history—the gritty pioneers, the proud Native Americans, and the hardened…

Boggy Slough conservation effort counters forest fragmentation

Boggy Slough is a patch of undeveloped land in deep East Texas encompassing nearly 20,000 acres of forest and wetlands,…

Magnetic Art

Clearly I am not the only one who yearns to bring a bit of Spain back to Texas. For the…
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