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JFK: Some things you never forget

I was sitting at the lunch counter of Coots’ Drugstore, at the corner of Marsh Lane and Walnut Hill Road…

Come Together: A Cultural Tour of Texas Dance Halls

  It’s a late afternoon at Club Westerner, an 84-year-old dance hall in Victoria, and musicians with The Scott Taylor…

Fun and Games on the Boardwalk

The newest addition to Galveston’s shoreline, the $60 million Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier is futuristic by boardwalk standards, with…

"...Or We Shall Perish."

The memory of battle held strong in Texans’ minds as Seguín and others from San Antonio honored the Alamo heroes.…

Bose Ikard

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

Postcards: Titanic Exhibition

For more Postcards from the June issue, see Muenster Blast, Let the Race Begin, Mr. Sam's Cadillac and Gainsville Community…

Roads to Freedom

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

The National Museum of the Pacific War

Most weekends of the year, crowds flock to Fredericksburg to enjoy the Hill Country ambiance, shop along historic Main Street,…

Speaking of Texas: Forest Gumption

When the 34th Texas legislature established the Texas Forest Service in 1915, there were few guidelines in place to direct…

Happy Birithday, LBJ

Few Texans have left a greater mark on the history of the United States than Lyndon Baines Johnson. (photographed above in…

No Ac-cow-nting for Taste

They appeared to walk around aimlessly, looking innocent until the right opportunity presented itself. Then, moving as quickly as they…

Independence

When Empresario Stephen F. Austin, known today as “the Father of Texas,” received permission in 1821 to bring colonists from…
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