Since the summer of 2011, Texas has been faced with a drought which not only harmed wildlife, but reduced our recreational opportunities and damaged our water supplies. By 2012 the drought conditions marginally improved, but the Texas population continues to grow making the demand for water increase ... More >>
A blustery, overcast and even somewhat rainy weekend has given way to a seriously beautiful week, which should warm up nicely as we continue into this coming weekend, perfect for all you spring break maniacs. But, if you started your party this past weekend, it might have been a minor bummer, dude, ... More >>
If you are under 30 in Houston and grew up going to punk or hardcore shows off Washington Avenue -- when it was still scary for the right reasons -- you were probably there because Willow Villarreal of Hatetank Productions booked the gig.
His booking and promoting work helped bring tons of nationa ... More >>
Better not have no PBR on you.New Braunfels's new law banning beer cans for people tubing on the Guadalupe and Comal was upheld by voters yesterday.
About 58 percent of the voters voted in favor of the ban, a convincing victory in a huge turnout.
The new law was triggered by this year's dro ... More >>
Today, April 11, is the 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan's first professional show, an opening slot for John Lee Hooker at Gerde's Folk City in Greenwich Village. It's also the golden anniversary of Nazi military Adolf Eichmann's war crimes trial beginning in Israel, but that's not really that sunny ... More >>
Flickr photo by mlhradioStonehenge II, the worse-for-the-wear roadside attraction Texas Traveler visited early last year, is getting a new home and a new coat of paint, thanks to a local arts organization.
The replica, two-thirds the size of the prehistoric original, was built in a corn fiel ... More >>
Photos by Brittanie SheyMore than 30 scooter enthusiasts from Houston spent Memorial Day weekend in San Antonio representing the Bayou City at AmeriVespa, the largest scooter rally in the nation. Now in its 17th year, the event, which takes place in a new city each year, draws scooterists fro ... More >>
Photo by photineHow did you celebrate the 174th anniversary of Texas' independence from Mexico? You probably didn't do anything like what a group of stalwart runners spent their weekend doing -- running the 203 miles from Gonzales to the San Jacinto Battleground in Deer Park.Dozens of teams ... More >>
In a rural field on a little-traveled loop just west of Kerrville stands a sight right out of the set of Spinal Tap -- a miniature replica of the Stonehenge monolith.
Stonehenge II stands just north of Hunt, in the middle of the Texas Hill Country. It's an oddity you might miss if you weren't ... More >>