A Christmas carousel built nearly a century and a half ago is a welcome reminder of Texas’s deep German heritage.
A 181-year-old book reminds us that Texas was once much more German—and far more radical—than we realize.
When the local vernacular dies, what goes with it?
The German novel, penned in 1867 and set in the just-settled Hill Country hamlet, gets a modern translation.
Press your jeans, pull on your boots, shine up your buckle, and come along on this two-stepping tour of classic country dance halls, from Tom Sefcik Hall, in Seaton, to Club Westerner, in Victoria.
Leon Jaworski is cleaning up again.