Five Minutes With Texas Writer, Rancher, William Jack Sibley

by Leona Barr on September 15, 2021

Why is Texas so hard to “get” for people who don’t live here? Asking the question that has puzzled many others in the Lone Star State, is William Jack Sibley, a fifth-generation Texas rancher and...

Bayou City Art Festival is Back with Art, Music and Fun in Downtown Houston

by Bebe Brown on September 10, 2021

Houston’s signature art festival is back! On Saturday and Sunday, October 9-10, 2021, 10 am–6pm, Bayou City Art Festival Downtown will showcase the works of more than 220 artists in 19 different categories. As one...

Lawyer Dr. Louis Patino: My Medical Background Gives Me an Edge in Court

by Dr. Louis Patino on September 7, 2021

After nearly 15 years practicing as a chiropractor, I decided to venture into a law practice. As a chiropractor, I treated patients injured as a result of accidents.  This experience has enabled me, as an...

Waterloo Greenway Outdoor Venue Timely Enhancement to Downtown Austin

by Brian Maass on August 16, 2021

Austin, Texas is famously known as the Live Music Capital of the World. Live music can be found in the Capitol city every night, whether at a bar on Sixth Street or the highly popular...

Texan Couples Together in Business: Paul and Karen Bonarrigo

by Leean Vargas on August 12, 2021

As one of the oldest wineries in the Lone Star State, Messina Hof Winery has earned its reputation as a leading producer of 100% Texas wine. Messina Hof continues to sweep multiple major award wine...

TXAway: Remembering Goliad… Dwell, Explore and Restore

by Dana Maass on August 11, 2021

Located inside a two-hour drive from San Antonio and Corpus Christi, and only two and a half hours from Austin and Houston, historic Goliad offers the perfect escape for big city dwellers.  Each year, thousands...

Renovated and Renewed: Texas Performing Arts Returns for 40th Season

by Britni Rachal on August 5, 2021

Bass Concert Hall on the University of Texas in Austin campus is raising the curtain on some notable upgrades, including a $3 million renovation—just in time for dozens of musical and artistic comebacks for 2021-2022....

Houston Author Ashley Winstead Reunites Secrets and Lies

by K. L. Romo on August 2, 2021

Welcome to Duquette University’s 10-year reunion, where things will go terribly wrong. Terribly, terribly wrong. In her debut novel, In My Dreams I Hold a Knife, Houston author Ashley Winstead explores how returning to a...

Get Lost in Science and Nature at the Perot

by Jordan Maddox on July 19, 2021

Travel through time, space and nature this summer at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas. With five levels and endless attractions, this museum lives up to its vision to promote innovative and...

8 Globetrotting Getaways — Passports Not Required

by Leean Vargas and Julie Tereshchuk on July 7, 2021

Ready to wing your way overseas? Yet, international travel is still fraught and filled with testing restrictions and quarantine uncertainties. So, why not quickly and easily transport yourself to new sights and sounds from the...

#TravelTuesday: Taking Flight at Oshkosh

by Sue Durio on August 31, 2021

Buckle your seatbelt for the world’s largest airshow. (And it’s not just for pilots.) It’s the end of July, and the massive Goodyear Wingfoot Three blimp, nearly the length of a football field, hovers over...

#FoodieFriday: This Riverside Restaurant Is The New “It” Spot in Wimberley

by Leean Vargas on August 27, 2021

Great food, creek views, live music … What more can you ask for? Located in Wimberley Square, Creekhouse’s enticing menu, craft cocktails, nature views, and live music make the spot unforgettable for locals and tourists...

Escape: Play Hard in Denver, Colorado

by Brook Benten Jimenez on August 26, 2021

Denver is “Rocky Mountain High” for all things art, culinary and hospitality.   After tackling a Fourteener, among other adventure junkie excursions in Central Colorado (read parts one and two in our mini-series), we return to...