Texan Couples Together in Business: Paul and Karen Bonarrigo

by Leean Vargas on August 12, 2021

As one of the oldest wineries in the Lone Star State, Messina Hof Winery has earned its reputation as a leading producer of 100% Texas wine. Messina Hof continues to sweep multiple major award wine...

“As I Am” Art Celebration

by Bebe Brown on May 6, 2021

Meeting the evolving needs of families impacted by autism. Inaugural “As I Am” Art Festival, May 23, Houston’s Wortham Theatre The KNOWAutism Foundation was founded in 2013 to help families of children with autism better...

Want to Be a Fly Angler?

by Beau Beasley on February 3, 2021

Norman Maclean’s excellent novella “A River Runs Through” may have popularized fly fishing. But it did little to dispel the myth that this quiet sport is essentially a gentleman’s pursuit. According to myth, bluebloods spend...

Five Minutes With Texas-born Red Dirt Music Artist Cody Canada

by Leean Vargas on January 13, 2021

Cody Canada found his love for music at the age of five when his parents took him to a George Strait concert. From that point on, music soared through his veins and soul.  As an...

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#FoodieFriday: The Dallas Chocolate Festival, a World of Chocolate in a Box

by Margaret Richards on August 28, 2020

What do you call a virtual weekend, featuring over 30 chocolate makers and chocolatiers from around the world? Correct: The Dallas Chocolate Festival. So, chocolate lovers, it is time to buy your All-Access Festival Pass...

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#TXAway: The Cowboy Poetry and Songwriting Fest You Won’t Want to Miss

by Julie Tereshchuk on February 13, 2020

In far West Texas, anticipation is building in Alpine. As the third weekend of February approaches, the finishing touches are being made to the Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering’s inaugural event on the campus of...

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Luminaria: A Weekend of Light, Art & Community in the Alamo City

by Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo on November 4, 2019

Art is more than just taking paints to a canvas, putting notes to music or taking pen to paper. It truly is about opening up a portal to another place and time. It is like...

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2019 Bayou City Art Festival Brings Artistic Diversity

by Lisa Davis on October 7, 2019

Houston’s largest art festival transforms downtown streets into artistic avenues bursting with colors and culture October 12-13. As one of the top fine art festivals in the country, the 48th annual Bayou City Art Festival...