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CULTURE & LIFESTYLE

Prehistoric Painters

The desert canyonlands formed by the Rio Grande, Devil’s, and Pecos rivers may appear inhospitable to travelers driving west of…

Artomobiles!

On a sunny day last May, the bustle of traffic along Houston’s Allen Parkway momentarily slowed to a crawl comprised…

Rock Art Resources

If you’re interested in learning more about the ancient canyon-dwellers and rock art of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands, here are…

Spring Forward!

April 2014’s wildflower feature—“Oooh … Aaah”—mentions our longtime friends at The University of Texas at Austin Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower…

Eggstraordinary!

It was a case of mistaken identity. I thought I was Wendish, a descendant of that group of Eastern Europeans…

A State of Great Migration

A ruby-throated hummingbird zips around a mangrove forest in the Yucatán at the southern tip of the Gulf of Mexico,…

An Artist’s Journey

The road to artist Philip John Evett’s Hill Country home runs along and across the Blanco River, past majestic live…

‘Conquer or Perish’

When Houston Businessman Jesse H. Jones approached the federal government for money to help build the San Jacinto Monument in…

10 Migratory Hotspots

See related: State of Great Migration ‘Shorebirds at Bolivar Flats, near Galveston, year-round. See some of the largest concentrations of…

Philip John Evett: An Extraordinary Artist

The Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden in Dallas is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year with a commemorative exhibition.

Southfork Online

The original Dallas series ended long before the Internet age, but today devotees have several online resources to feed their…

A Texas Primer

On March 2, 1836, when Texas was still part of Mexico, 59 delegates gathered at Washington, Texas, to sign the…
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