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July 1, 2022

See San Antonio, the Real and True City

Art infuses every corner of San Antonio—from stunning sculptures and contemporary immersive exhibits, to fine art installations at museums with carefully curated collections and murals from some of the city and country’s most gifted artists. Art and culture are celebrated throughout the city in ways that are surprising and

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July 1, 2022

Sustainability Without Action Is Just a Word

BKV Corporation—an energy company that believes climate change is real. Yes, you read that right. BKV’s CEO Chris Kalnin believes that it is time for energy companies to “own their impact and be responsible for driving solutions to climate change.”Here are some of the most common questions Kalnin receives around

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June 28, 2022

How the Donation Process Works

When Texans say yes to organ, eye and tissue donation, they’re making a commitment to help others. In fact, one person can save and heal up to 75 lives or more through these generous gifts! If you’ve ever wondered how the decision to be a donor translates to lives saved,

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June 28, 2022

Donate Life Texas is Fixin’ to Save Lives

Organ, eye and tissue donation is a unique area of medicine that depends on both medical expertise and humanity. Even with cutting edge technological advancements, transplants are only possible because someone said yes to helping someone else – often, a stranger.“It’s an incredible gift,” says Chad Carroll, Executive Director of

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June 28, 2022

Texans Say Yes and Save Lives

Jordan Santiago, affectionately known to his family and friends as Santi, was a high achiever with a heart of gold. Though he traveled the world extensively, it was to Texas he returned as he settled into his career as an accountant at PwC in Dallas. At 25 years old, he

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June 28, 2022

It’s a Blessing to Donate Life

Dot was 40 years old when she was diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), which is essentially scarring of the lung tissue. A devastating diagnosis that felt like a death sentence, she was told that the only thing that could save her was a lung transplant.

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June 1, 2022

Immerse Yourself in San Antonio this Summer

San Antonio—a city filled with incredible history, phenomenal cuisine, and deeply rooted art and culture that make it one of the best travel destinations in the country. There is so much you will want to see and experience, you should start planning your visit now!Here are some experiences that are

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June 1, 2022

Summer Activities Abound in Round Rock

The sun is shining and Round Rock offers visitors an abundance of outdoor attractions and water fun activities to celebrate the summer season. Conveniently located less than three hours from four of the nation’s largest cities, a trip to Round Rock is the perfect summer vacation for the entire family.

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May 26, 2022

Sheraton Arlington Hotel

Discover thrilling opportunities for fun while at Sheraton Arlington Hotel, located in Arlington's Entertainment District.

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May 10, 2022

St. Mary’s Students Discover Mexican American Culture Through New Program

Sierra Salas, a junior Political Science major at St. Mary’s University, knows whatSierra Salas, a senior Political Science major at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, knows what she wants in a career: to serve the people of San Antonio. That motivation helped inspire her to pursue the University’s new undergraduate

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May 6, 2022

Enter the Hilton Sweepstakes!

Hey Texas, come see us in Mexico! From infinity pools and pristine beaches, to unique experiences and local cuisine, Hilton is here for you. Enter for a chance to win a 2-night getaway at a Hilton resort or all-inclusive!

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May 2, 2022

Travel to a Natural Wonder

The Grand Canyon Resort Corporation, a wholly-owned enterprise of the Hualapai Tribe, welcomes millions of visitors each year to experience unique ways to explore one of the seven natural wonders of the world by foot, sky, and boat. The corporation’s properties include the Grand Canyon Skywalk, Hualapai River Runners, Zipline

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May 2, 2022

Location is Everything at Round Mountain Reserve

Generations ago, Edward Ebeling staked a claim in the pristine environs of the Texas Hill Country. For 150 years the Ebeling family stewarded the rolling tracts of his original spread and now it is finally available for a select few. 2,000 acres of this preserved, uncultivated land are for the

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May 1, 2022

Talking Books Program: Texans’ Other Library

Have you ever been to a concert and closed your eyes to hear a hint of a grin in the singer’s voice? A major selling point of many concerts is the visual performance, but what if that was not an option? Or consider the act of curling up with a

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May 1, 2022

Visit Frisco, The City That Plays

Recently, Houston-based beauty and lifestyle influencer Meg O traveled to Frisco with her family. From having fun at Frisco’s numerous interactive museums, to dining at some of the town’s top restaurants, Meg O’s family trip to the city that plays was one for the books. Check out her experience below.As

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May 1, 2022

Take A Summer Road Trip Through the Navajo Nation

What better way to spend summer than to take a family road trip (or couples) through the Navajo Nation? Visit to learn about our culture, food, purchase arts & crafts and turquoise jewelry directly from the artist/silversmith.If you want to start off on a cultural tour, visit the Explore Navajo

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May 1, 2022

Warner Bros. Cartoonist Moves Back to Lubbock

“I moved back to Lubbock because I am here to serve my community,” he said. “I want Lubbock to feel loved, and I want Lubbock to love itself and each other so we can make this world a better place.”Originally from Austin, Texas, Terrell moved to Lubbock as a high

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April 28, 2022

The Best Kept Secret in BBQ May Be in Your Local High School’s Backyard

Many outsiders look at Texas and see only cowboy hats and oil fields, tacos and BBQ brisket, football and honky-tonks and tech startups. While that surface level understanding misses the complex patchwork of people and passions that accurately represent the state, there is some truth to those conceptions. But even