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Speaking of Texas: Lost Gold of the Palo Duro

Rumors of buried treasure in the PanhandleBy Clay CoppedgeVisitors to Palo Duro Canyon State Park, south of Amarillo, might marvel…

Speaking of Texas: Texana

It’s a safe bet that few of the boaters and water-skiers who frequent Lake Texana, near Edna, realize that less…

Speaking of Texas: Glen Rose's Dinosaur Highway

A teenager’s chance discovery 100 years ago in Somervell County caused a stir among locals and eventually drew the attention…

A Moment with Robert Earl Keen

One of the first things you notice about Robert Earl Keen is that he talks the way he writes. The…

In the Ballpark: A TH moment with Nolan Ryan

Thanks to his involvement with three baseball teams, two ranches, and a variety of other business interests, Texas pitching legend…

Speaking of Texas: Monroe Dunaway Anderson

Travelers passing through the thousand-acre Texas Medical Center in Houston sometimes wonder if they’ve entered a strange alternate universe. People…

Speaking of Texas: Bottleneck Wizard

By Gene FowlerWhen folklorist Alan Lomax chose music for the Voyager Golden Record, a recording placed aboard NASA’s unmanned Voyager…

35 Things We Love About Texas - Griff Smith

35 Things Photo Editor Griff Smith Loves About Texas.

Speaking of Texas: Buddy Holly Remembered

Fifty years have passed since that snowy night in Iowa on February 3, 1959, when a plane crash took the…

Great Texas Birding Classic: Birding's Super Bowl

“It’s a logistical challenge. You’ve got to figure out a maximum number of species and habitats, and the shortest route…

All Hat: Cowboy Hats Brim with Style

When it comes to goin’ cowboy—whether fauxpoke or genuine article—much of the mystique is all about the hat.

Guitar Heroes: Lone Start luthiers bring joy to the world

You could argue that without the guitar, fiddle, banjo, or their many stringed cousins, Texas would have been an awfully…
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