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May 8, 2018

7 Moving Tips to Benefit Your Budget

Let’s face it, it can be a physical and emotional strain to pack up your entire home and move to a new city, and if you’re not prepared, it can also be a financial strain.  Whether you are relocating to Dallas from another state or from another city in Texas,

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May 8, 2018

Transferring Utilities 101 for DFW Newcomers

Picture this: you’ve spent hours packing up your entire house… you’re sweaty, tired, and have just enough energy to drive to your new home in Dallas… you are looking forward to settling in and taking a nice shower, and as soon as you arrive, it hits you – you forgot

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May 7, 2018

How To House Hunt Like A Pro In Houston

Moving anywhere new can be an exciting event, especially if you are moving to Houston. But trying to find a lovely home, in a great neighborhood, can also be a bit daunting (especially if you’re relocating from another city or state).

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May 6, 2018

Moving to Houston? Here are Four Things to Know About the Bayou City

There’s more to Houston than meets the eye.  H-Town offers more than the stereotypical cowboys, cattle, and oil wells. While many small towns across the Lone Star state are home to those things, Texas cities like Austin, Dallas and Houston are more urbane and sophisticated.  If you are planning a

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May 5, 2018

How to Shop for Energy Plans in Texas

Since the Texas electricity market opened to competition in 2002, many Texas residents have had the opportunity to choose their own electricity provider. Instead of relying on their local utility to provide them with electricity, most Texans can choose from a variety of competitive providers, allowing them to shop around

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May 1, 2018

We Will Not Be Tamed: Jorge Avalos

Jorge Avalos is a retired U.S. Army veteran who served for 23 years. In 2011, he was skydiving when his canopy collapsed. The accident paralyzed him from the waist down. After a year of physical therapy, he eventually began to walk—and ride—again.

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May 1, 2018

Spring Escape in Galveston

Just an hour’s drive from Houston is a small island that is one of "The Best Beaches in Texas" according to USA Today. This place is Galveston Island, Houston’s playground, and it’s full of surprises for visitors who want to enjoy a quick escape to recharge.

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April 20, 2018

Celebrate Music in Small Town Texas

Enjoy live music, historic Main Street, and outdoor recreation in Bastrop, a thriving community that offers the culture of a larger city with the ease and charm of a small town.

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April 4, 2018

Texas’ Best Beach

Escape reality and enjoy a vacation at South Padre Island, a place alive with fun, sun, and endless blue skies. Texas’ best beach is yours.

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March 30, 2018

Visit Big Bend

Far from any major city, the Big Bend is truly one of the world’s last frontiers, a relatively untouched corner of the American West, and an ideal place to rediscover the simple pleasures of silence, solitude, and open space.

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March 29, 2018

For the Love of Food

Texas Monthly is thrilled to announce a partnership with fellow foodie fan Uber Eats! Starting April 1, you can order dishes from local restaurants that have been reviewed or featured by Texas Monthly's trusted editors by looking for the “As Seen in Texas Monthly” seal.

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February 26, 2018

Guiltless Pleasures

Everybody loves a good burger, including Texas chefs Tracy Miller and Claire Smith. Watch the videos to get recipe tips from the chefs.

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February 1, 2018

The Magic of Adam Trent

Adam Trent is an internationally recognized magician who fuses magic, comedy and music to create a one-of-a-kind show. Purchase tickets at spahouston.org.

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December 5, 2017

Wimberley Glassworks

Celebrating our 25th Anniversary in the Texas Hill Country, Wimberley Glassworks introduces the latest in our monthly specials on handcrafted art glass and lighting: Earn $25 in Glass Cash for every $100 spent!

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December 1, 2017

Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market

It was another hugely successful year for the Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market! More than 104,600 shoppers made their way to NRG for the four-day holiday shopping extravaganza, with merchandise sales exceeding $19 million.

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October 13, 2017

It’s Energy Action Month

October is National Energy Action Month, and has been since 1991. It marks not only a national effort to highlight how central energy is to our national prosperity, security, and environmental well-being, it is also a time to re-focus our own efforts on ways we can conserve and use less

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October 9, 2017

Exactly How Smart is Your Smart Meter?

In Texas, Smart Meter deployment first started in 2008 and smart meters were almost fully deployed in the state by the end of 2012. This change from the older analog meters to the wireless digital meters provided many benefits for customers. But what are those benefits and how can your

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July 28, 2017

How To Tame Your Home’s Energy Vampires

No, we’re not talking about that micro-managing boss or your reason-resistant teenager – although they certainly are experts at draining your energy. Here, we’re going to identify those household appliances that – if left plugged in while turned off -- can make paying your electric bill more painful than a

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March 6, 2017

Moving Green in Houston

There are many reasons to move to Houston, Texas, and one of them is that Houston has been named one of the greenest cities in the country.

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March 6, 2017

Schools in Dallas

The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is huge. It spans 400 miles and is made up of thirteen separate counties. Within it there are 100 school districts, so it can be overwhelming to narrow down the best one for you and your family.