The country charts these days are filled with hip-hop rhythms and rock guitars. With Nashville heavy hitters behind him, King plans to flout those trends.
Ounce for ounce, rhinoceros beetles are among the strongest animals on earth.
Whether helping prevent military suicides or reversing a childcare desert, these Texans are finding creative solutions to big problems.
Anonymous landowners donated the pristine 1,200-acre parcel, which will be open to the public on September 23.
Whether your tastes lean toward cabernet or peach-infused moscato, the Texas wine country has something for everyone. Including a rhinoceros.
Thank goodness for sunflowers.
Thank goodness for spring-fed swimming holes—and cabins next to them.
The conservation victory at Honey Creek relied on “the goodness of those people’s hearts,” says one environmentalist.
Lawmakers just authorized lots of money to acquire new parkland. We asked advocates and conservationists to dream big.
Get ready for astronomical magic, daytime darkness, and yes, probably a bit of traffic on April 8, 2024.
Ghostly axolotls float, sausage-fat skinks dive, and snakes slither in thoughtfully designed, naturalistic habitats at the new Johnson City zoo.
Vintners from more established wine states like New York and California can’t help but be drawn to the Hill Country’s welcoming community and more affordable real estate.
Monarch butterflies and painted buntings are among the species that flock there.
The tiniest of Texas birds are also some of the most marvelous, reaching speeds of up to fifty miles per hour.
The magazine’s back-page columnist explains the subtle shifts in his “Fine Advice and Keen Observations,” from 2007 through today.
A bitter feud is pitting Hondo Crouch’s descendants against longtime locals as well as encroaching developers.
How to get the adventure and scenery without having to spend days in your kayak or canoe.
Our guide to this tranquil, often overlooked slice of the Hill Country.
Need help saddling your 1,300-pound dromedary? The Southwest Camel Conference is the place to be.
This slice of Hill Country heaven offers ample opportunity for fun, as long as Mother Nature is in the right mood.
It’s that special (albeit short-lived) time of year when bright splashes of wildflowers begin popping up in the least expected places, and we welcome the shining sun rather than curse its existence. It’s spring in Texas, a season we vow each year to relish fully while it lasts. Pair the
A selection of Texas-bred horror films, books, and TV episodes to indulge in during the spooky times.
Living hard and free, cedar choppers clashed with respectable townsfolk in the mid-20th century.
With its wildflowers, Texas history, and romantic B&Bs, Washington County is an enchanted April getaway.
Fire may have destroyed the oak tree at Crider’s Hill Country dance hall, but our fond memories of it will always live on.
All across Texas, vandals are searching for ancient treasures by looting Indian campgrounds—including the one on my family’s ranch.