#TXVoices: A Lively Chat With Texas Sweetheart, Musician Danielle Bradbery

by Bob Valleau on December 6, 2021

Popular country music artist Danielle Bradbery was the youngest person to win NBC’s 2013 The Voice. The Texas native was all of 16.  Today, now age 25, Bradbery continues to make her mark in country...

#TXVoices: Texan Tori Martin On Following Her Musical Dreams to Nashville

by Bob Valleau on October 13, 2021

Award-winning country music singer/songwriter and Season 14 American Idol contestant Tori Martin is a Texas-native who moved to Nashville to follow her musical dreams.   Martin’s roots run deep in country music classics, and the 21-year-old...

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! A Photo Tour of the Texas Renaissance Festival

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 7, 2021

Come take a tour through the nation’s largest Renaissance event.  Every year over 450,000 eager patrons enter through the gates of the Texas Renaissance Festival into an extraordinary 16th century European village. From October 9...

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Best Time of Year at the Texas Beach: Autumn at Cinnamon Shore

by Samantha Cook on September 17, 2021

Great weather, great activities, great fall rates At Cinnamon Shore in Port Aransas, Texas, the beach-going season extends long after Labor Day. And this year, special fall festivals highlight the season, while vacationers can snag...

Bayou City Art Festival is Back with Art, Music and Fun in Downtown Houston

by Bebe Brown on September 10, 2021

Houston’s signature art festival is back! On Saturday and Sunday, October 9-10, 2021, 10 am–6pm, Bayou City Art Festival Downtown will showcase the works of more than 220 artists in 19 different categories. As one...

#FoodieFriday: German Steins Shine at Krause’s Cafe, New Braunfels

by Gracie Watt on September 3, 2021

“Zicke zacke, zicke zacke, hoi hoi hoi!” That’s the German toast that was chanted again and again at the lively Krause’s Cafe and Biergarten in New Braunfels as the Masskrugstemmen competition began. [caption id="attachment_31589" align="aligncenter"...

Road Trip: Gather up the Gals and Visit the Small Town with a Big Vibe

by Selena Swartzfager on August 18, 2021

You’ve heard of “Keep Austin Weird” and “Keep San Antonio Lame” but have you heard of “Keep Cleveland Boring?”  Cleveland, Mississippi that is, which is a 5-hour drive from the Texas-Louisiana state line on I-20....

Renovated and Renewed: Texas Performing Arts Returns for 40th Season

by Britni Rachal on August 5, 2021

Bass Concert Hall on the University of Texas in Austin campus is raising the curtain on some notable upgrades, including a $3 million renovation—just in time for dozens of musical and artistic comebacks for 2021-2022....

#MusicMonday: Zach Person’s Lead Single Can’t Stop Climbing the Charts

by Leean Vargas on March 29, 2021

Zach Person’s lead single “Can’t Stop Running,” continues to climb college and non-comm radio charts. 40 stations have added the track nationwide, with five of them quickly charting the song in their Top 30.  The...