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The Port Aransas Festival Season

Port Aransas likes a party, and residents won’t let the effects of Harvey interfere with that tradition. April brought the…

Crafting for Recovery at Farley Boat Works

Hurricane Harvey’s Category 4 winds, along with a 6-foot storm surge, met their match in the backyard of Farley Boat…

Tacos and Happiness at La Playa Mexican Grille

“Tacos + Margaritas = Happiness” So says the handwritten sign that greet post-Harvey diners at La Playa Mexican, a testament…

Senior Editor Lori Moffatt Shares Her Favorite Places in Texas After 27 Years at Texas Highways

This issue marks the 44th anniversary of the travel magazine of Texas. It’s also the last issue for Senior Editor…

18 Places to Go in Texas in 2018

From El Paso to Galveston, uncover our top 18 travel must-dos for 2018.

Sentinels of the Sea

The first lighthouses came to Texas shores in 1852, built to guide ships past sandbars and shoals at river mouths…

Day With the Dolphins

A sleek, gray bottlenose dolphin briefly breaks the surface of the water in a smooth, rolling motion. From my perch…

Shore Things

Texans storm the beaches for a wealth of reasons. So, when we envision the perfect beach hotel, each of us…

Bent on Boats

Inside a historic boat barn in Port Aransas, a small group gathered around a newly built wooden skiff to sign…

Hello Beach!

After years of visiting Texas beaches whenever I could, this spring I made the leap and moved my family to…

Reflections on Glass

On my last day of a weeklong stay in Port Aransas, I set off to find a souvenir to remind…
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