Texas College Towns

by Hannah Glasgow on September 19, 2022

A college town is where the students and colleges highly influence the activities, businesses, and population of the town where they reside. These towns are usually unique and offer exciting opportunities for students and visitors...

Texan Couples Together in Business: Kim and Whit Hanks of Whim Hospitality

by Kristen O’Brien on September 12, 2022

As founders of Whim Hospitality, Kim and Whit Hanks knew they wanted to leave their mark on the event and hospitality industries in Central Texas, but their ambitions soon turned global. With a 289-acre resort...

Get a Smile That’s in Full Bloom This Year

by Wildflower Orthodontics on September 6, 2022

School is in session and most families are living in the fast lane, so Dr. Giasi uses the most advanced technology and materials to make the process of getting braces for kids and teens faster...

Get Ready to Take Off on an Out-of-this-World Experience with Zero-G

by Emily Hord on September 2, 2022

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to space? Zero-G Corporation has now made it possible for everyday Americans to see what it feels like to enter a zero-gravity space environment....

Ivy Scholars for the Win! Early preparation for competitive college admissions can make or break chances

by Tucker Flatt on August 25, 2022

Prepping for standardized tests, followed by college applications and scholarships can be a very stressful time for many young adults. Luckily, Ivy Scholars provides professional services to help students at this stage in their lives. ...

Fun and Fabulous Fredericksburg: Always a Texas crowd favorite

by Marika Flatt on July 29, 2022

As a 20-year veteran travel editor, I am often asked where friends and family should go in the great state of Texas. Without a doubt, my first suggestion is always Fredericksburg. A small German Hill...

“The Sons of Charlie Russell” at the Briscoe Western Art Museum

by Dawn Robinette on July 22, 2022

A cowboy saddles up his horse, drives cattle from one pasture to another, gets down from his horse, and picks up a paintbrush. But he’s not doing ranch work – he’s standing in front of...

#FoodieFriday: Lasso Great Flavors at LAZO with Don Strange

by Dawn Robinette on July 15, 2022

Just when you think San Antonio’s vibrant food scene can’t get any better, new flavor sprouts from roots that have been a part of the city’s culinary scene for 70 years.  Bold flavors, vibrant cultures,...