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CULTURE & LIFESTYLE

Web Extra: Ghosts, books and more from Jefferson

In the October issue, writer Sheryl Smith Rogers goes ghost-busting in Jefferson, an East Texas town renowned for its haunted…

Bose Ikard

Bose Ikard, one of the first African Americans to be inducted into the Hall of Great Westerners by the National…

Web Extra: Dr. Barton Warnock

Look for our story on “Lajitas Wild (and Mild)” in the May issue! A road trip to this West Texas…

Divine Inspiration

Four lavishly decorated churches in Fayette County illustrate the brilliantly painted vision of 19th-Century settlers By Andy SharpDriving back to…

Speaking of Texas: Feud of the UT Titans

  University of Texas officials floated a proposal in late 2011 to move the UT System offices from five downtown-Austin…

Lady Bird's Legacy

Her voice was pure molasses, the rolling sweetness of a Southern drawl sometimes enlivened—in the service of a good cause—with…

Spirit of Life - Jesse Trevino

Driving northbound on I-35 through downtown San Antonio affords a clear view of the city’s Christus Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital,…

Two-Stepping in Texas

For a list of the many dance halls and honky-tonks in Central Texas, visit www.honkytonktx.com/dancehalls. Also check out “Big Bill’s…

Texas Two-Step

It’s a pure Texas moment: I’m scooting my Justin ropers across the hardwood floor of Twin Sisters Dance Hall south…

Speaking of Texas: Eddie World Headquarters / Eddie Wilson

Eddie Wilson, proprietor of the famous Threadgill’s restaurants in Austin, may be the only person in American history to ever…

True, Texas: What Does It Mean to You?

Even though almost 90 percent of Texans now live in urban settings, the most consistent requests made to Texas Highways…

Roads to Freedom

Before I met Cedric Fletcher, the man who would become my husband, I had never heard of the East Texas…
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