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How Houston’s First Ward Industrial Yard Transformed into an Artistic Epicenter

Just northwest of downtown Houston, a sprawling complex of factories and warehouses that once churned with heavy industry now fosters…

The Hill Country Film Festival in Fredericksburg Is an Indie Film-Lover’s Nirvana

Remember: You do it because you love it,” said Tom Provost, sitting on a stage flanked by three other screenwriters,…

The Green Apple Art Center Brings Texas Music to Main Street in Eden

At first glance, the small town of Eden on the edge of West Texas may seem an unlikely spot for…

San Antonio’s Urban-15 Stretches the Arts with Music, Movement, and Media

URBAN-15’s Carnaval de San Anto troupe performs during Día de los Muertos at Hemisfair park in San Antonio.   When night…

Get Festive a la Fresca at These 8 Texas State Park Events

On a bluff overlooking La Grange, ice skaters swirl on an imaginary pond and penguins check their fishing lines amid…

Literature Love: Autumn book fests in West Texas

Fall in West Texas may evoke images of Friday Night Lights, with whole towns rallying around their favorite football teams.…

San Marcos' Mermaid SPLASH is a fine-finned fest

It’s not every community that can fondly recall the good ol’ days when mermaids would swim and play in the…

Scott H. Biram: That Dirty Ol’ One-Man Band

Scott H. Biram is a one-man band who has blown five-piece rock groups off the stage. But the San Marcos…

Pun, Pun, Pun

Lend us an ear and we’ll give you more corn!” That’s how the emcee greeted the jovial crowd at the…

Pearl Jam

The town of Pearl, in Coryell County in Central Texas, has an estimated population of 125, but on the first…

Dance Hall Devotion

People pack the wall-to-wall tables in Gruene Hall, and the band has hit full swing when I walk in one…

Gone Ameripolitan

Veteran Austin honky-tonker Dale Watson says it’s gotten harder and harder to explain his music to strangers—the curious truck-stop bystander…
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