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Helen Corbitt's lasting contributions to Texas cuisine includes this savory creation with black-eyed peas.
Read more on the life and works of Peter Mansbendel, the Swiss woodcarver that beautified buildings throughout the state.
The history of the Wilson Potteries has inspired an archaeological dig, a museum exhibit and a family's mission.
The commanding voice of great Texas orator Barbara Jordan, matched with her confidence and perseverance, made for some memorable quotes.
Tired of whistling the tune? Here are the words, as promised in the August 2012 issue.
Longtime Texas Highways contributor, environmentalist and Big Thicket champion Howard Peacock died in April. We reflect on some of his contributions while others share their thoughts on the East Texas original.
Fans of the Spettel Riverside House mark a milestone –The Spettel House recently made Preservation Texas’ annual list of the state’s most endangered historic places.
Event celebrates the "father of conjunto music."
Find out more about the sanitarium scene in Glen Rose and throughout Texas.
Born six years after the Battle of San Jacinto, George W. Littlefield went from Confederate hero and cattle baron to banking magnate and philanthropist. His brick-and-mortar reminders stand in Austin.