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There are a number of strange reasons planes have turned around over the years, but one of the more common ones is encounters with birds. Unfortunately,... Read More

Passengers were stunned on Monday when a United Airlines flight attendant deployed the emergency evacuation slide to exit the plane after it arrived at... Read More

Dallas, the city, is completely unlike the famed television show. Most first-time visitors think it will be full of longhorns and oil rigs, but in... Read More

Horror fans rejoice: a piece of haunted history is making a comeback. The Last Chance Gas Station from the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre film... Read More

Austin has done away with every preconceived notion of Texas you’ve ever had. It’s affordable, eclectic, and youthful—though it's still a place where... Read More

Houston is well on its way to becoming the third-largest city in the United States, and it has enough attractions to entertain all its residents and... Read More

Dallas is a city full of talented mixologists and creative, ever-changing cocktail menus. It is also a place where the cost of said drinks can cost as... Read More

Being in North Texas can be tough for the weekend roadtripper—Dallas is hours from both the beach and the mountains. But this is a big ole' state, with... Read More

If everything's bigger in Texas, then everything's flashier, too. Luxury awaits in cosmopolitan Houston, where an international vibe offers A-list... Read More

With the awe of the Academy Awards on everyone's radar, some cinephiles are captivated by the power of the nominated films, while others are giddy over... Read More

Staying true to its nickname, the Big D, Dallas attractions are bigger and bolder than most. Take, for example, local barbecue. Dallas' favorite chef,... Read More

When it comes to date night in Dallas, the possibilities for fine wining and dining are endless. Unfortunately, our allowance for said date night is not... Read More

In many ways, Texas is synonymous with football. Arguably one of the biggest football states in the country, it's no surprise its residents have a few... Read More

Houston may not be top of mind when it comes to romantic cities, but there's a lot to do with your significant other—or on your own—if you're here for... Read More

It's that magical time of year when guests flock to Dallas to make holiday memories with friends and family. While these trips no doubt leave hearts and... Read More

They say everything is bigger in Texas. But bigger doesn't have to mean the most expensive—especially when it comes to your New Year's plans. If you'll... Read More

At the Four Seasons Austin, bartender Brie Grant is serving up her own version of a classic. Let’s just say that this isn’t your mother’s cider ... Read More

Marfa, Texas, with a population of 1,981 and one traffic light, has been an unexpected nexus of contemporary art for decades. Now it’s added another... Read More

In a city like Dallas, new restaurants, museums, and outdoor spaces open each year, solidifying its spot on the “Go Now” lists of savvy travelers.... Read More

Austin’s infamous Alamo Drafthouse is teaming up with Do512 for Camp Halloweekend, a grownup sleepaway camp and horror film fest deep in the woods... Read More

The artistry of the late Mark Rothko, considered one of the pillars of the abstract expressionist movement, has, of late, been a bit overlooked... Read More

Every year, shortly after the beginning of fall, Dallas’ famed Fair Park opens its gates to one of the nation’s longest-running state fairs. The State... Read More

Texas is primed to be awash in singular art exhibits, with three different museums—in three different cities—launching major exhibitions this fall. ... Read More

Ever since James Dean starred in Giant, way back in 1956, Marfa, Texas has held a certain appeal for travelers. The infamous creativity community—and... Read More

A 22-year-old man allegedly used his car keys to carve his name into the limestone walls of the Monks’ Burial Room at the Alamo on Thursday. ... Read More

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