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Texas To-Dos: May

Odessa and Ingram (Texas’ Stonehenges rock) Perhaps nothing speaks to Texas ambition as much as the fact that our state…

Texas To-Dos: April

The Hill Country (Revel in the bluebonnets) Assuming we’ve had enough rain and the right combination of temperatures and other…

Texas To-Dos: March

San Antonio, Goliad, and La Porte (Get in touch with Texas history) Celebrate Texas Independence Day (March 2) by visiting…

Texas To-Dos: February

The Texas coast (Whoop it up with the cranes) Every year, from October through March—and sometimes into April— hundreds of…

Texas to-dos: January

East Texas (Learn how oil changed Texas) On January 10, 1901, the Lucas gusher at Spindletop spewed black gold into…

Save the Date 2013

By Claire Ronner Another year arrives, and we welcome 2013 with revitalized resolutions, rekindled friendships, and, of course, the promise…

Web Extra: Winnsboro’s Big 2013 Plans

The nearly 4,000 residents of Winnsboro, 100 miles east of Dallas, celebrate a handful of events annually that include Autumn…

Talk to TH: December 2012

EDITOR’S NOTE: Congratulations to Scott Moore of Cleburne, winner of September’s “Where in Texas Are You?” contest. Mr. Moore’s name…

Speaking of Texas: Elvis in Texas

The King of Rock-and-Roll played hundreds of shows in Texas during the early years of his career By Gene Fowler…

Web Extra: Holiday in the Falls

Texas Highways intern Elena Watts talked to Lindsay Greer, director of the Wichita Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau, to learn…

Speaking of Texas: Mansbendel's Masterpieces

By Gene Fowler Legions of visitors to Mission San José and the Spanish Governor’s Palace in San Antonio have admired…

Talk to TH: November 2012

True Resilience I was thrilled to see one of our baby pines on the cover of the September issue. I…
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