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#TravelTuesday: 8 Off-the-Beaten-Path Texas Getaways

by Marika Flatt and Cullen Parker on January 14, 2020

While Texas cities boast lots of activities, some of the best family-friendly adventures are found out in the Texas wilderness. These eight new venues offer unique, luxurious getaways that incorporate their natural surroundings. 1. Lucky...

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#TXAway: 12 Tips for More Affordable Travel

by Marika Flatt and Cullen Parker on December 5, 2019

The holiday season is one of the busiest travel times of the year—and for good reason.  With the kids out of school, the holidays are the perfect time to pack up and visit family across...

Texas College Football’s Top Traditions

by Cullen Parker on November 21, 2019

College football bowl games are right around the corner. For Texans, it’s an especially big deal. Bowl season might as well be its own holiday season, with several teams in the state all vying for...

Five Minutes With Hayden Haddock, Rising Country Music Star

by Cullen Parker on September 9, 2019

Living the life of a honky-tonk performer is something that most of us would only dream of doing. Hayden Haddock is quickly turning this dream into a reality.  The 20-year-old Texas A&M University sophomore has...

Five Minutes With Judith Knotts, Friend & Advocate for Austin’s Homeless Community

by Cullen Parker on August 21, 2019

Most people wouldn’t jump at the idea of living on the streets for three days. However, when Judith Knotts was given the opportunity in 2003, she took on the challenge without hesitation.  Following that experience,...

#TravelTuesday: Texas State Railroad, Worth the Drive for the Ride

by Marika Flatt and Cullen Parker on August 6, 2019

Craft drinks and train travel might seem like an unlikely pair, especially in Texas.  But, the Texas State Railroad combines vintage train travel with craft beer and Texas wines to make for an unforgettable East...

#TravelTuesday: Marble Falls, a Hip Lakefront Getaway

by Marika Flatt and Cullen Parker on July 30, 2019

As you head west out of Central Texas, the landscape quickly changes from city to rolling hills and lake scenes. Winding through the highland lakes region, a road tripper enjoys steep cliffs and limestone rock...

The World’s Best Pro Surfers Making Waves in Waco, Texas

by Cullen Parker on June 24, 2019

When people think of surfing, Waco probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind. In the middle of Texas, it's far from the salty air and crashing blue ocean waves synonymous with the sport....