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How I Spent 3 Nights Photographing the Northern Lights in Alaska

by Jennifer Simonson on April 15, 2019

On a 98-degree August afternoon in Austin, I was lying on my couch reading magazines when I came across an article that said that Fairbanks, Alaska was one of the best places in the world...

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#TravelTuesday: In Mexico, the Underwater Secrets of a Cenote

by Sarah Teveldal, photographer on March 26, 2019

A cenote is a natural sinkhole caused by the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. There are over 6,000 cenotes in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula alone. Cenotes vary in size and features, some boasting...

Five Minutes With Russ Whitlock, Author “The Texas White House”

by Lisa Davis on February 28, 2019

President Lyndon Baines Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson considered the LBJ Ranch in Johnson City, Texas ‘their heart’s home’ for the better part of their lives. During his political tenure, President Johnson and Lady Bird...

#FoodieFriday: The Unusual Story of Luscombe Farm Specialty Food Store

by Bob Valleau on December 28, 2018

Fourth-generation owner Leslie Luscombe is the first to admit that she had to overcome a lack of self-confidence to successfully operate a north Texas gift basket business and specialty food farm. Luscombe Farm, located in...

The Pink Parachute Project: Recasting Resilience

by Margaret Richards on December 12, 2018

Texas is known for its resilience, strength and sharpshooters. Throughout the Lone Star state’s history, Texas women have become recognized and renowned for these traits. Now, photographer Teodora Pogonat follows in their footsteps. Through January...