Five Minutes With Texan Laci Kaye Booth, Top 5 American Idol Country Artist

by Bob Valleau on January 10, 2022

Laci Kaye Booth is passionate about her singing and bringing her signature “dreamy country” vibe to the world.  In 2019, Booth, a Livingston, Texas, native, advanced all the way to the Top 5 in Season...

Five Minutes With Hadestown Actor Kevyn Morrow

by Julie Bonnin on December 29, 2021

HADESTOWN, singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell’s innovative collaboration with director Rachel Chavkin (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812), intertwines two mythic tales — that of young dreamers Orpheus and Eurydice, and that of King Hades...

Combining Native Symbols and Eco-Friendly Materials to Create Indian Eco-Fashion

by Jayashree Krishnan on December 22, 2021

Being an educator and jewelry designer from Dallas, Texas, I enjoy learning about different cultures, art, people and languages from around the world. My passion for designing environmentally-friendly art jewelry began when I experimented with...

#Travel Tuesday: Say Cheers to a Texas Brewery Tour This Holiday

by Brian Maass on December 21, 2021

With the holidays just around the corner, there is no better way to share the holiday cheer than meeting with friends at a Texas brewery. Breweries in Texas have deep roots that can be traced...

Five Minutes With Enchant’s Kevin Johnson, Spreader of Holiday Cheer

by Jordan Maddox on December 14, 2021

The holiday season is here and so is Enchant Christmas - a spectacular light show in Dallas’s Fair Park. This engaging event is not just a stroll through gorgeous Christmas light arrangements, it is also...

#FoodieFriday: A Flavorful Hug from Paris: San Antonio’s Brasserie Mon Chou Chou

by Dawn Robinette on December 10, 2021

Hugs are something we’ve all had to shy from lately, so when you find a meal that makes you feel as if you’ve been hugged, that’s saying something. And there’s a lot to say about...

Peer Into the Lives Of Modern Day Vaqueros – And the Birthplace Of Today’s Cowboys – At The Briscoe Western Art Museum

by Dawn Robinette on December 9, 2021

Much of what we identify as cowboy culture has Mexican roots. Even the word “buckaroo” comes from the word vaquero. Whenever a cowboy straps on chaps (from “chaparreras,” for leather leggings), or competes in a...

Spread the Gift of Time and Treasure Beyond the Holiday Season

by Brittany Clark on December 8, 2021

Giving is one of the most special ways to celebrate the holiday season! It’s what makes Christmas cheer so bright and ties us closer to the ones we love the most. So, this year, why...