Getting wet, getting scared, and getting my family a little closer to Texas at Schlitterbahn.
Time-out is an age-old punishment. But do the controversial “calm rooms” and “focus rooms” employed in Plano and New Braunfels go too far?
In an era of drought, tight finances, and a shrinking water park market, how does Schlitterbahn keep getting bigger?
How New Braunfels’s prohibition on disposable containers changed tubing—and then didn’t.
Despite rumors, the New Braunfels-based chain has not sent anyone flying as they test-ride their 168-foot waterslide.
Inside Buc-ee’s obsessive quest for the perfect rest-stop bathroom.
The Comal may be the shortest river in Texas, but it’s long on R&R.
The New Braunfels-based band, which just played with ZZ Top, will release its debut album, Adventus, on November 13.
The paper printed Jerry Sandusky's name under a photo of Tiger Woods, proving again that everyone needs a copy editor.
Ferguson, who grew up in San Antonio, has been booking bands for almost thirty years. Since 2000, she has worked exclusively for Gruene Hall, near New Braunfels, the oldest continuously running dance hall in Texas. In college my friend Denice Franke hooked up with three guys and formed the Beacon…