Cindy Walker Days pays tribute to one of the greatest country songwriters ever while raising funds to save her Mexia house—and all the treasures it holds.
Brands once staged elaborate productions for their employees. No one was better at making them than Mexia-born Michael Brown.
The most dynamic freedom celebration in Texas, begun in the nineteenth century, returns to life.
Reader letters published in our November 2021 issue.
In 1981 three Black teenagers drowned while in law enforcement custody during a Juneteenth gathering at Lake Mexia. Four decades later, Texas’s proudest Emancipation Day celebration still hasn’t recovered.
The shocking story of Austin’s underworld, and how a state bureaucrat got in too deep.
How did Vickie Smith, waitress from Mexia, become Anna Nicole Smith, world-famous face? It’s anyone’s Guess?