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May 31, 2023

Wrangler: 75 Years of Having Your Back

Celebrating a milestone 75th anniversary, the Wrangler legend lives on. And famous names like ‘The King of Country’ George Strait, Leon Bridges and Georgia May Jagger choose to wear the West’s famous name, along with countless others across the globe.

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May 22, 2023

Discover the Luxury of Nature in Punta de Mita

Located along the southern coastline of Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit, Conrad Punta de Mita is home to a Forbes 4 Star luxury resort experience inspired by the local culture. Its harmonious design with the natural environment creates a peaceful atmosphere for guests to form greater connections through a personalized journey. Tucked into

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May 19, 2023

It’s Peach Time!

Orchards across Fredericksburg and Gillespie County are some of the top producers in Texas for the sweetest and juiciest peaches in the United States.

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May 2, 2023

Meet Me At The Wagon – Episode 1: A Sense of Place

Before Buffalo Gap was host to Perini Ranch Steakhouse, thousands of buffalo would make their way through as part of the Great Western Trail. After a long day’s ride, chuckwagons were an essential part to those driving the herds.

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April 29, 2023

Episode 3: “Stepping Stone” with Jeff Russo, Krysten Ritter & Mimi Swartz

Host Nancy Miller turns the beat around in Episode 3 with composer Jeff Russo to better understand the task of creating the musical backdrop for a compelling drama. Miller also speaks with Kyrsten Ritter, who attributes her Aunt Sharon to the inspiration behind her character, Sherry Cleckler. Texas Monthly executive

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March 17, 2023

300 Miles to X

Bold and innovative talent from Austin, Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston share their stories and inspirations from the driver’s seat of the all-electric Cadillac LYRIQ*.

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March 17, 2023

BBQ Cooler Talks – Season II

All across this state, in the unlikeliest of locales, there is galactically great BBQ. More than just a quest for meat, we'll explore the community surrounding BBQ joints and BBQ fanatics. Join us as we continue this series and visit the greatest BBQ joints in the solar system.

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November 8, 2022

Texas Monthly’s BBQ Passport

The Texas Monthly Barbecue Passport is available in the print version of the November 2021 issue and online. The Passport program ends December 31st, 2023.

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 8: Totality in Texas

The next solar eclipse is on April 8, 2024. We need to start planning for this “event of Biblical proportions” now, warns Dr. Carolyn Sumners, curator of Astronomy at The Houston Museum of Natural Science. One of the best places to see the eclipse will be in Texas, and Dr.

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 7: Hall of Poop

David Temple, curator of Paleontology at The Houston Museum of Natural Science, takes us on a tour of the prep lab and The Morian Hall of Paleontology as we discover “trace fossils”—things like fossilized poop, vomit, and tracks, which can tell us so much about what dinosaurs were up to

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 6: Among Us

Dr. Carolyn Sumners, curator of Astronomy, joins The Houston Museum of Natural Science interns in pondering the Big Questions: What things had to go right for Earth to be able to sustain life as we know it? Is our “example of one” all we’ll ever know? Or are aliens already

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 5: Mission to Mars

Take a trip to the Moon and on to the “red planet” at The Houston Museum of Natural Science’s Expedition Center, one of the museum’s hidden gems. Ken Hayes, director of the Expedition Center, helps guide the “S.S. Legacy” space ship on our mission. Find out if we ran out

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 4: Cosmic Teen Power

The Houston Museum of Natural Science interns are the lifeblood of the museum. During the summer months, they rule the museum’s “dungeon” area, running around behind the scenes and getting visitors excited about science. Meet these young innovators, hear about their award-winning science projects, and find out why young people

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 1: Back to the Moon

December 1972 was the last time humans touched the lunar surface when the astronauts of Apollo 17 “bounced around” there. Now, we’re going back for scientific discovery, economic benefits, and to inspire a new generation of explorers!

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November 2, 2022

Some Families Want A Fancier Kitchen. We Just Want A Bigger Table.

Somewhere along the line, bourbon’s become something collected. It sits on a shelf, rarely opened and all too carefully poured.Fred Noe doesn’t believe in that.When it comes to bourbon, Jim Beam’s seventh generation master distiller says enjoy it “any damn way you please.” He’s been making the stuff for a

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September 21, 2022

Farm to Classroom

Texas Department of Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller discusses the beneficial Farm Fresh program that brings nutritional alternatives to Texas schools.

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September 8, 2022

Guiding the Future of Nursing 

With an ever-increasing investment in its people, HCA Houston Healthcare continues to support and develop nurses at every stage of their career. 

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September 7, 2022

Life x Style

INFINITI brings luxury to the 9 to 5, featuring entrepreneurs in fashion and interior design, as they take on their day in style driving the QX60. Houston and Dallas set the scene for a two-part video series focused on mothers managing their thriving businesses and home life.

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August 22, 2022

Brownsville Goes Beyond

Whatever brings you to Brownsville, the city on the border by the sea and beyond provides the perfect launchpad for your next adventure.

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August 22, 2022

Deep in their Hearts, Texans Give

Thanks to the generosity of two organ donors, this ain’t Lemuel’s first rodeo. Heart transplantation gave him his life back and now he’s paying it forward.

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