Fresh Eyes on San Antonio’s Missions

by Shelley Seale on January 15, 2016

The wait is finally over. For the first time, Texas finally has a site on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The San Antonio Missions — including The Alamo — were officially designated a World Heritage...

Upcycling the ‘Hood

by Julie Tereshchuk on January 15, 2016

For Casey Bernard and family, it was well worth waiting six years for a home in their dream neighborhood. And it's the neighbors that Bernard loves most about their northwest Austin home. "We're on the...

Transforming HTX One Park at a Time

by Gabi De la Rosa on January 15, 2016

I have a theory that Houston suffers from low self-esteem; it is not as posh as its DFW neighbors to the north, lacks the nightlife and crunchiness of Austin and, it doesn't have the rich...

Art Imitating Life: The True Tale of Robert Duvall

by Daniel Ramirez on January 15, 2016

With no director or cinematographer in sight, the man sets the scene with his very presence. Fields stretch out past a wooden porch set against an autumn sky, with horses roaming just along the horizon;...