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Has Brenham Become the Hamptons of Texas?

There aren’t enough synonyms for “quaint” in describing Brenham, that rare landlocked town that feels like it should have a…

A Border Atmosphere, Smoking Chile Rellenos and Arts and Crafts Greet You in Laredo

A stroll across the San Agustín Plaza, just a few hundred feet from the Rio Grande in downtown Laredo, feels like…

5 Texas Cities Where You Can Discover Your Inner Science Geek

The Texas Gulf Coast, where the North American continent descends into the Gulf of Mexico’s salty waters, harbors a steamy…

A Visit to Marfa Brings Stylish, Otherworldly Experiences in the Tumbleweeds of West Texas

The land and the light and a sense of space unlike anywhere else.

El Paso’s Downtown Resurgence

Way out at the western tip of Texas—more than 500 miles from any other major Texas city—percolates El Paso, the…

A Weekend in Weatherford

For a small-town girl like me, big-city living can feel a bit stuffy. That’s why I call Weatherford home: It’s…

Lufkin Finds Its Groove

I remember learning the thrill of the road trip as a child. Back then, my parents would load us up…

Dog-Friendly Trails, Restaurants, and Lodging in Central Texas

When that road-trip itch needs scratching, I can always count on one friend to join me: my big mutt Max.…

Get Into the Holiday Spirit at SeaWorld San Antonio

Around this time of year (and only this time of year), I start to miss the snow.

A Weekend in Pittsburg

In Pittsburg, the hot links are plump, mermaids abound far from the sea, and a Baptist preacher invented a flying…

Discover McAllen’s (Valley-style) urban charms

For many fellow Texans from “up north,” the Rio Grande Valley might be synonymous with birds, beaches, and grapefruit groves.…

Stop and smell the roses in the Rose Capital - Tyler

With a waggle of his pen, U.S. President John Tyler signed a bill to bring Texas into the United States…
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