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San Antonio Native Jefferson Clay Debuts “Riverwalkin'”, a Celebration of the Alamo City’s Iconic Landmark

San Antonio’s River Walk has a new anthem: Singer-songwriter Jefferson Clay just debuted his music video for the song “Riverwalkin’,”…

9 Texas Cruises to Keep You Cool and Charmed This Summer

We love the idea of taking a boat ride—the cool breezes, sparkling waters, and rare perspectives you just can’t see…

Savor the Last of Summer with These 4 Family-Friendly Adventures on South Padre Island

Much as you’d like to summon the proverbial “lazy days” the season suggests, it’s often a stressful—and expensive—juggle of child…

Gladewater Offers Walkable Shopping and Dining in East Texas’ Antique Capital

With its old buildings, passing trains, vintage shops, and faded storefronts, Gladewater can seem like a relic from a bygone…

3 Reasons Why the Daytripper Is in Love with Lake Travis In The Summer

Texas summers are so hot, the only choice a daytripper has is to head straight to the nearest body of…

How the Indie Bookstore Interabang Books Became the Hub of Dallas’ Literary Scene

A long-smoldering literary scene is catching fire in Dallas, with its book festivals, writing conferences, and poetry readings, not to…

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…

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…

The Call of The River Brings Peace and a Sense of Nostalgia

There’s something about a river that evokes feelings of nostalgia. Perhaps it’s the tie to something ancient—the current that ripples…

Luxury Treehouse Resort Opens in Utopia

Your childhood dreams are coming true: an adults-only treehouse resort is now open in the Hill Country. Appropriately named Treehouse…

An Epic Route 66 Road Trip Is Headed for Texas

Members of the National Trust for Historic Preservation are hitting the road in hopes of saving one of the nation’s…
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