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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

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April 21, 2022

Preserving the Story of Texas Dinosaurs

With almost 100 years of operation in San Antonio, the Witte Museum strives to shape the future of Texas by offering the community illuminating experiences in nature, science, and culture.The Witte’s goal of leading the charge of scientific discovery in Texas is on full display at the Naylor

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April 12, 2022

Believing What Is Possible

Five years ago, St. Mary’s University in San Antonio announced The Defining Moment Comprehensive Campaign with a goal of $130 million—the largest in University history. Some said this was an impossible goal, but at St. Mary’s, we believed.Now, The Defining Moment Comprehensive Campaign has concluded—reaching an astounding $165 million.The Defining

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April 8, 2022

Connecting to Care

HCA Houston Healthcare elevates the patient experience for expectant mothers and thousands of others through multiple access points across Houston.

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April 8, 2022

The Cottonwood Art Festival Returns to Richardson

Calling all Art Lovers: the award-winning Cottonwood Art Festival is BACK after two years on May 7-8, and this year it’s more inspiring than ever!  Just one step into the festival and you’ll be immersed into a creative wonderland of artwork and diverse exhibitions. Featuring one-of-a-kind, limited edition works in paintings,

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April 1, 2022

Where You Go for Fertility Treatment Matters

There’s a lot to consider when you’re seeking fertility treatment, but it all starts with finding the right doctor. Follow this advice from CCRM Fertility, a global pioneer in fertility treatment, research and science, to make sure you receive the best treatment possible. Start

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April 1, 2022

Explore Southern California’s Hidden Beach Oasis

Ventura is California the way you dreamed it; a throwback to the things that matter. Family, fun, world-class outdoor adventure, dreamy sunshine, and slow, beachy ease alongside surprises you’ve never seen.Photo courtesy of Visit Ventura.Let’s start with the beachy ease. A happily hidden secret sixty miles north of

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March 28, 2022

Brett’s Backyard BBQ, Your Home Away from Home

When you meet Brett Boren of Brett’s Backyard BBQ, you quickly realize that he’s broken down the craft of barbecue to a science. You’d swear he’d been wielding tongs for as long as he’d known how to use a pencil. But Brett in fact didn’t grow up around barbecue until

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March 25, 2022

Friendly Vibes on Every Street

Garland, Texas is a collection of dozens of vibrant neighborhoods. And while each one has a charm of its own, there’s a strong sense of community that always brings people together. Winding streets, charming architecture, and tight-knit communities welcome every resident with open arms.A Place to Call Home“We are a

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March 16, 2022

BBQ Cooler Talks

Convenience West BBQThe vast landscapes and immense night skies don’t intimidate the close-knit BBQ community of Convenience West. The Marfa BBQ joint, one of the Top 50 BBQ Joints on the 2021 Texas Monthly BBQ List, is the latest stop for Chet Garner, AKA The DayTripper, in the next installment

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March 15, 2022

Texas Truth Worth Tasting

In an industry riddled with options for home-delivered beef, one ranch is disrupting the standard in a way that only Texas can. Dalhart, Texas-based Ribbonwire Ranch, which operates on a former portion of the historic XIT ranch, has recently gone to market with a new certified organic beef offering that

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March 14, 2022

Cooking for a Large Group

Hosting small group meals at home is something we’ve all gotten pretty good at over the past couple of years. If you are feeding larger groups, however, the task gets more challenging—fast. Lucky for you, we recently had the pleasure of speaking with a culinary master and expert on cooking

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March 9, 2022

Explore Austin Parks’ Historic Gems

Whether you are in Austin for SXSW or a local trying to find some peace from the mass of visitors, Austin Parks & Recreation and TM Studio provides several hidden historic gems and getaways that showcase a larger perspective of the capital city. 

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March 7, 2022

The Purple Principle Podcast Lands in Texas

I deeply appreciate the name of the podcast and what you are providing folks a space to do…where people can have conversations that are not over-determined by the two-party framework.– Dr. Omar Ali, Author of In the Balance of Power, Season 2 Episode 15The Purple Principle, an award-winning podcast

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