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For the love of life, land and cowdogs

You’d be hard-pressed to find a Texas schoolkid from the mid-1980s forward who doesn’t crack a smile at the mention…

Fostering the blues

It was in Austin that Foster released her first album, Full Circle, in 1997, followed by eight more albums over…

Extraordinary Texans - '16

What does it take to be extraordinary? The Texans in these pages have each made their marks in vastly varied…

Keeper of the Flame

In the 1960s at his Soho building in New York City, “minimalism” icon Donald Judd would take his phone off…

Dance-Hall Dude

Kevin Fowler goes for a good love song as much as the next red-blooded country music singer-songwriter, but you need…

Extraordinary Texans

This year’s lineup of Extraordinary Texans possesses the brio and gratitude of Texans who love what they do.

In the Face of History

Our recent story on archeological sites in Texas (January 2015) included some information about the Bosque Heritage Museum in Clifton…

A conversation with Salado artist Ronnie Wells

Ronnie Wells’ reputation in the genre of wildlife sculpture and painting is unchallenged. He switched from a job as a…

Meet Your Texas Makers: Libby Lane

Libby Lane cuts and sews her streamlined leather bags in an old converted bunkhouse on the Panhandle ranch where she…

Meet Your Texas Maker: Chuck Lee Banjo Co.

You can’t play a sad song on a banjo, says Chuck Lee. Which is a big part of why this…

Meet Your Texas Maker: Patricia Wolf

When Patricia Wolf was a little girl growing up in Pennsylvania, she often fell asleep at night gazing at the…

Meet Your Texas Makers: Nokona

In the 1960s, when former Nokona CEO “Big Bob” Storey was asked why he wasn’t buying from overseas to make…
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