#TravelTuesday: 5 Historic Missions on San Antonio’s River Mission Trail

by Fred Mays on July 22, 2019

Although the Alamo is the most famous, San Antonio has several other must-see old Spanish missions that are surrounded by mystery and intrigue. The four missions of the National Park Service Mission Trail are highlights...

#MusicMonday: #1 Spotify Artist Khalid Brings His Free Spirit World Tour to Texas

by Aki Wada on July 22, 2019

Lucky Dallas, San Antonio and Houston! Those were the three Texas cities with stops on Khalid’s arena world tour. Celebrating his chart-topping “Free Spirit” album, the tour takes the on-fire 21-year-old singer across the U.S....

Jerrod Niemann Returns to the Road for Live In Concert

by Bebe Brown on July 19, 2019

Where better for a Texas-rooted recording artist to return to the Lone Star State than John T. Floore’s Country Store, musical birthplace of Texas royalty, Willie Nelson? That’s right, platinum-selling Jerrod Niemann is back on...

#FoodieFriday: Meridian 98 Creates Texas Flair in Bee Cave

by Lisa Davis on July 19, 2019

Meridian 98’s glass-enclosed rooftop lounge unveils its newest menu featuring exotic tapas and reimagined classics. Meridian 98, located in Sonesta’s Bee Cave hotel, has created a summer menu filled with locally sourced farm-to-fork dishes, cocktails...

Texas Essentials: Rongrong DeVoe, Houston’s Most Fashionable Illustrator

by Gabi De la Rosa on July 18, 2019

Chances are, if you’re on Instagram or have picked up an issue of “Vogue” or “InStyle,” you’ve seen her work. The cute and whimsical illustrations have captured the hearts of fashionistas everywhere. Born in China,...

Musicians Rising at Fort Worth’s Magnolia Motor Lounge

by Sage Howell on July 17, 2019

On a Wednesday night in Fort Worth’s Cultural Arts district, a red hue illuminates the crowd at a lively music hot spot. And not everyone was there for the headliner. This night, as on so...

“Fly Me to the Moon”: Celebrating  50 Years of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

by Lisa Davis on July 16, 2019

In 1961, President John F. Kennedy had an ambitious goal of sending an American safely to the moon and back before the end of the decade, which seemed like a lofty goal at the time....

Five Minutes With Gustavo Padron, SoulCycle Instructor, Personal Trainer

by Lisa Davis on July 16, 2019

In the end, the cruel bullies did not break his spirit. Today, Gustavo Padron is an Austin-based yoga instructor and personal trainer who teaches with enthusiasm, positivity and kindness, putting the soul into his SoulCycle...