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The area along Greenville Avenue and Skillman street, parallel north-south arteries through the city, has become an Ebola corridor.

By Sonia Smith

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How the unlikely use of a barbecue pit creates the best artisanal chocolate in Texas.

By Megan Giller

The area along Greenville Avenue and Skillman street, parallel north-south arteries through the city, has become an Ebola corridor.

By Sonia Smith

Most of Texas may be privately owned, but that doesn't mean it's tame. From McKittrick Ridge and the Guadalupe River to Maravillas Canyon and Lake Crockett, here are eighteen places where you can revel in the most natural, untouched—and, yes, savage—aspects of our state.

By Dan Oko, Rick Bass, Matt Bondurant, S. C. Gwynne, Kate Murphy

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