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Texas Highways Selects True Texas Travel Film Winner at Thin Line fest

A Piece of Texas: A Travel Documentary took home the top prize in Texas Highways' True Texas short film category…

Texas-Style Fiddle Takes Center Stage at Fiddlers’ Frolics in Hallettsville

Anybody who’s picked up a violin can feel its delicacy. A full-size instrument weighs less than a pound, with a…

Travel Through Time with a Tour of El Paso’s Historic Architecture

It’s dusk on South El Paso Street, the buzzing thoroughfare that connects downtown El Paso to the Juárez bridge, and…

Show Us Texas Through Your Eyes-And Camera Lens

Texas Highways readers are a special breed. Not only are most of you born-and-raised here (or wise transplants), but you…

From Boomtown to Ghost Town: Ranger, Breckenridge, and Thurber Museums Recall Early 20th Century Oil Rush

Driving east on Interstate 20, I crest an incline in the rolling landscape between Abilene and Fort Worth. In the…

Val Verde Winery, the Oldest in Texas, Has Been Making Wine in Del Rio for 135 Years

  Wine lovers say the best wines tell a good story, each sip imparting a depth beyond the taste of…

Culture on the Concho: The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

Amid the rugged terrain of the Concho Valley in West Texas, on what was once the edge of the wild…

If These Trees Could Talk

No historical marker indicates that this particular pecan tree near the grounds of the Texas National Guard Armory in northwest…

Discover Granbury's haunted history in a courthouse square tour

Granbury is the kind of place where everyone knows everyone’s business—and if the locals don’t know you yet, they’ll find…

A different take on border diplomacy at El Paso’s Chamizal National Memorial

What happens when a river changes course and the border between two countries hangs in the balance?

San Antonio's West Side murals celebrate Chicano culture

After crossing Alazan Creek via Guadalupe Street on San Antonio’s West Side, you’ll traverse a neighborhood characterized by locally run…

It’s a Small World

In a small workshop on the ground floor of Texas A&M University’s Anthropology Building, broad windows illuminate a faint dusting…
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