“It’s difficult of course – no one wants to be blind. But it is a whole new way of looking at things. I see the world through my hands now.” – Michael Naranjo, Native Sculptor
Hit the road this weekend for a New Mexico True road trip, and say goodbye to summer by exploring a part of New Mexico you've never seen before. Click here to learn more.
On June 18, senior executive editor Brian D. Sweany moderated a panel on whether marijuana can help veterans with PTSD, and if it’s time for Texas to legalize the drug.
To spread the word about the 54th Annual Jazz Festival,Texas Monthly and Corpus Christi brought the beach to downtown Houston. Hundreds of park-goers at Discovery Green watched a live sand sculpture demonstration by artists Mark Landrum and Jon Woodworth.
The Texas Book Festival announced its largest lineup EVER—more than 275 authors—at a cocktail party on the rooftop of the Jones Center at The Contemporary Austin on September 10.
Harry Ransom Center members and guests enjoyed an exclusive preview party for the opening of The Making of Gone With The Wind exhibition on Friday, September 5, 2014.
Macy’s hosted their campus in-store activation events at the Post Oak location in College Station and at the Houston Galleria. Texas A&M and University of Houston students were shuttled via the Magic Bus to the store to join Macy’s for an exclusive shopping party. Click through to view pics.
Gruene Music & Wine Festival is gearing up for another year! We are excited to welcome wine enthusiasts, music lovers, beer connoisseurs, and anyone who appreciates a great Texas festival to Gruene Historic District during October 9-12. Click here to learn more.
The Texas Book Festival hosted an author announcement, poster unveiling, and literary salon featuring James Magnuson on July 23 in The W Austin Residences, at the gorgeous home of Nona Niland.
The 2014 Houston Symphony Centennial Ball celebrated the first 100 years of the Houston Symphony and paid tribute to those that support the Houston Symphony. Click for more photos.
Yes, you can relax. But with so much to do, who wants to? With miles of pristine beaches, golfing, birding, fishing, snorkeling, shopping, theater, and museums, you’ll want to experience it all. And then follow up all that activity with a great, fresh seafood meal.