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Agritourism and Farm-cations

While working on Jennifer Babisak’s story on agritourism for the June issue, Senior Editor Lori Moffatt learned more about the…

Tom Perini’s Chuck-Wagon Stew & More

In the February issue’s Taste department, writer Jessica Dupuy embarks on a wine-tasting trip on the Rio Grande with folks…

Web Extra: The Original Lubbock Lights

Lubbock made the national news in late August and early September 1951, when numerous area residents reported seeing a series…

On the Trail of Charles Goodnight

Like many legendary historical figures, Charles Goodnight sparks strong passions and sometimes differing opinions. The following authorities provided valuable input…

Web Extra: Calvert's Cocoamoda

In the September 2011 issue, we brought you “True, Texas,” a collective community of the imagination. Here’s our pick for…

The Elusive Dogtooth Violet

While dogtooth violets aren’t rare in Texas, they’re not commonly seen or reported, either. “The delicate, lily-like blooms are hard…

Web Extra: The National Museum of the Pacific War

Dr. Joe C. Smith MD (pictured), a graduate of Baylor Medical School in Houston and retired from a longtime successful…

Web Extra: Christmas Tree Farms: A Texas Sampler

From the Piney Woods to the Plains, Texas farmers produce an array of choose-and-cut Christmas trees to make that special…

Web Extra: Microbreweries Interview with Ian Dille

Editorial intern Lauren Oakley interviews writer Ian Dille about his July story on Texas microbreweries and discovers he’s a pretty…

Web Extra: Interview with Elmer Kelton

In April 2005, the San Angelo Visitor Center hosted a ceremony commemorating the unveiling of a bronze of Western writer…

Web Extra: Nacogdoches' History

Fact-checking and editing a story like the March issue’s Nacogdoches piece can be tricky business. For one thing, we realize…
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