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Take 3 History-Packed Hikes in the Davis Mountains

The Davis Mountains have long attracted people seeking respite from the surrounding deserts of West Texas. Delivered as magma from…

Need to Recenter? Try the Silent Treatment

“Hi! My name is Kimya. I’m being silent. Thank you for understanding.” The note, jotted on a sheet of paper,…

Where to See Spectacular Monarch Migrations Along the Coast

Early one morning on Trinity Bay, the autumn sky began to glisten. Myriad monarchs unfurled in clouds from the shoreline,…

Frank X. Tolbert 2 Interprets ‘Incredible Creations of Nature’ in the Texas Bird Project

The art aficionados at the opening of Frank X. Tolbert 2’s Texas Bird Project exhibition in Austin were clearly enamored with…

7 Ways to Inspire a Love of Art in Your Kids

Sometimes it’s all in the packaging: Telling my 8- and 10-year-old children we’re going to spend an entire day looking…

What’s Better Than a Hotel with a Bar? A Hotel with Two Bars and a Bookstore

He likes to sit and drink and think.” That’s what one of Donald Judd’s interns told me about the New…

Get a Concentrated Dose of Marfa’s Bohemian Counterculture at El Cosmico’s Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Love

Arriving in Marfa, the high-desert ranching town with a lofty reputation as a mecca for modern art, first-time visitors sometimes…

The Inn on Lake Granbury Offers a Tranquil Waterfront Getaway

When Jim Leitch and his wife, Cathy Casey, opened the Inn on Lake Granbury in 2005, they couldn’t predict their…

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…

Find Rustic Relaxation on the Nueces River at Camp Wood in the Hill Country

The Nueces River valley plummets from the Edwards Plateau with the abruptness of a summer squall. The topography plunges from…

Find Huge Burgers and Chill Vibes at Hippie Chic's River Shack Next to the Frio River

When Terri Archer and Rayann Shudde purchased one and a half acres near Garner State Park in 2015, they intended to…

The Blanco River May Very Well Inspire You to Take Home Local Art When Visiting Wimberley

Herb Smith, one of the many artists who call Wimberley home, fell in love with the village during an encounter…
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