Here’s how to get a peek inside the glitziest, most charming homes in the state, all while helping raise money for preservation efforts.
Kitt Williams invented a cornbread sandwich when she was eight years old. Today, it's a local Jefferson favorite.
In this video, Texas Country Reporter interviews the curator of the wide-ranging collection in Jefferson, one that merely begins with 550 vintage clocks.
The swampy network of waterways straddling the Louisiana border teems with natural wonders—and more than a few secrets.
Stephen Joseph of Riverport Bar-B-Cue in Jefferson serves Lebanese potato salad and spiced spareribs, and he hopes to incorporate more of his family’s recipes.
In Jefferson, a couple has spent a lifetime gathering clocks, telephones, maps, and other minutiae of the human race.
Move over, potato salad—there’s a new starch in town.
Owners and employees of five haunted hotels describe their most unsettling encounters with less-than-corporeal guests.
A Portland man is confused by the Menger Hotel's and Excelsior House Hotel's dueling claims. The Texanist is, too.
The Texanist on five great small towns that are (pretty much) just like they always were and don’t need to change at all.
The Civil War may be 150 years old, but that doesn’t mean it can’t still stir up a fuss (Confederate license plate, anyone?). Just ask one of the hundreds of very accurately uniformed reenactors who descend on Jefferson every year to die for the cause.