Denton, Texas – History and Things to Do

Old Courthouse in Denton

Denton is a town in Texas that is known for its captivating combination of fantastic music, thrilling nightlife, and as well as independent culture. It is the county seat of Denton County, and one of the larger cities in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. This city got its name from John B. … Read more

Learn More about the Coastal Town of Corpus Christi

downtown bayfront in Corpus Christi, TX

Corpus Christi, which means “body of Christ” in Latin, is a city in southern Texas. It is the county seat and the largest city of Nueces Country. Corpus Christi is also the name of its port on Corpus Christi Bay at the mouth of the Nueces River, 145 miles (233 kilometers) east … Read more

Things to Do and Places to See at Monte Vista Historic Neighborhood

Monte Vista Historic District Street Sign

Monte Vista Historic District is located in Midtown San Antonio, Texas, and it is a neighborhood of about 3,000 people. The district was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998; that is why the residents adhere to the rules and regulations set by the San Antonio Office of … Read more

Get To Know More About the Sundance Square in Dallas Fort Worth

Sundance Square Umbrella

If you visit the Dallas Fort Worth area, make sure to check out the Sundance Square if you want to shop, dine, and be entertained. The Sundance Square is an entertainment, shopping, commercial, and residential district in downtown Fort Worth, Texas. The square encompasses 36 blocks and a wide range of shops, … Read more

The Fascinating History of Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments 

Do you know that more than half of the wireless phones in the world today use digital signal processors produced by a single electronics firm? Digital signal processors are minute machines that process real-world signals such as images, audios, and videos through computations and manipulations so that they can be converted into … Read more

Most Famous Celebrities From Texas

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For a place dubbed as The Lone Star State, Texas has introduced quite a number of stars to the world over the past several decades. Famous for its hot weather, ranches, cattle, cowboys, and Texas BBQ, the state definitely has a lot more to offer that will make you scream “Yeehaw!” With … Read more

Mexic-Arte Museum Honors Mexican and Latino Artists

Mexic-Arte Museum Honors Mexican and Latino Artists

Mexic-Arte Museum is a stunning, multifaceted fine arts museum located in Austin, Texas, that features Mexican and Latino art, traditions, and culture, enriching the understanding and promoting dialogue for each piece of work. It also boasts a wide array of collections, ranging from pottery, wooden masks, photographs, prints, paintings, sculptures, and contemporary … Read more

River Oaks: A Prosperous Neighborhood in Houston, Texas

River Oaks Garden Club

River Oaks is an affluent residential community situated between Downtown and Uptown Houston, Texas. Since its establishment in the 1920s, this community became a well-publicized model for community planning. In 2013, this neighborhood was named as one of the most expensive areas in Houston. In this article, we will know more about … Read more

Profile of the Reynosa and McAllen Region

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The Reynosa and McAllen region is made up of the metropolitan area of Reynosa, McAllen, and their suburbs. Located along the Mexico-US border. The city of Reynosa is part of the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, McAllen is situated in Texas. Reynosa is situated on the southern bank of the Rio Grande, while … Read more

Mueller Is a Pedestrian-Oriented Community

Lake Park in Mueller Community

Mueller is one of the most relaxed and more desirable strategic mixed-use community locations in Austin. Mueller is located just three miles from downtown. The Mueller development comprises single-family and multi-family homes, a shopping center, apartments, food trailers, restaurants, connections to public transportation, and modern office and retail space. The development plan … Read more

Enjoying the Farm Fresh Foods at the Dallas Farmers Market

Farmers market Fruits

The Dallas Farmers Market is a vast public market situated in Pearl Expressway in the Farmer’s Market District. Today, the Dallas Farmers Market has been divided into three sections, which has three kinds of sellers: wholesale dealers, produce dealers, as well as local farmers. Aside from these mainstay stores, the Dallas Farmers … Read more

Learning More About McKinnney, Texas

The city of McKinney might be just 30 minutes away from Dallas but the atmosphere and vibe around this part of the state are just breathtaking. Recognized as one of the most livable places within the US, the city is known for its historic importance and contribution to Texas. As of 2014, … Read more

Beautiful and Historic Texas Churches That Are Worth a Visit

Religion in Texas has an interesting background. Since it was first established as a Spanish colony many centuries ago, Roman Catholicism has been the state’s leading religion. Texas is also part of the “Bible Belt,” a region in the Southern US whose inhabitants – mostly conservative Protestants – hold absolute and unwavering … Read more

All about the BBQ Obsession in Texas

Grilled meat with smoke

Everyone has had good or bad experiences when we talk about BBQs. Having a bad BBQ experience can include over or undercooked meat, the unfitting environment, unsuitable seasoning, mismatched sauces, etc.  Wondering if you could have the best BBQ in the world? Well then, worry not! Because Texas is the place where … Read more

Discover the Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture

Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture County History

Texas has over 250 courthouses, and about eighty of them were built before the century’s turn. Today, almost all of these courthouses offer architectural, civic, and historical tours. One of these historic courthouses is the Old Red, and it also happens to be one of the oldest and most beautiful of them … Read more

Austin FC – Major League Soccer

Austin FC Logo

Austin FC is a professional soccer franchise in Austin, Texas. In 2021, they will compete in Major League Soccer and will have a new stadium located in central Austin. Austin FC is owned by a company named Two Oak Ventures, which is owned by Anthony Precourt. Other investing partners for this team … Read more

Check Out Abilene, Texas

Downtown Abilene

Abilene is a city and seat of Taylor County (and partly in Jones County) in west-central Texas. It is looped by Highways 20 (Interstate 20 or I-20), 80, and 36 to the east-west, and Highways 83, 84, and 277 to the north-south.  Due to its location, Abilene is surrounded by the following … Read more

Learn about Killeen, Texas

Leo Buckley Stadium at Killeen High School

Killeen is a city in Bell County, Texas. Its population was 153,035 based on the 2020 census, making it currently the 21st-most populous city in Texas. It’s also the largest of the three main cities in Bell County.  Killeen lies in western Bell County. It is located 55 miles (89 kilometers) north … Read more

AT&T Stadium – The Home of the Dallas Cowboys

Full view of the AT&T Stadium

Formerly known as the Cowboys Stadium, the AT&T Stadium has a retractable roof, and it is located in Arlington, Texas. The stadium is the home of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. Aside from that, the AT&T Stadium is also home to the Big 12 Championship Game and the Cotton … Read more

Things to Do in Chinatown, Houston

Chinatown Houston Sign

Chinatown, Houston is located near Bellaire in Houston, Texas. Asians of different descent mostly populate the neighborhood; Koreans, Vietnamese, Pakistanis, and other races live and work here. The Chinatown in Houston is filled with restaurants, shops, and grocery stores. That is why whether you are looking for Vietnamese pho, a Japanese Ramen, … Read more

Get to Know More About Sunset Station

Sunset Station

Located in the center of downtown San Antonio, particularly in St. Paul’s Square, the Sunset Station is also a popular events venue that offers about 20,000 square feet of versatile and unique spaces that can accommodate up to 350 guests. Aside from that, it is also a place where you can dine … Read more

Things to Do at Bishop Arts District

Bishop Arts District Street

The Bishop Arts District is a small shopping and entertainment district in Dallas, Texas. During the last few years, the Bishop Arts District has become the well-kept secret of Dallas to a booming entertainment destination, and it is just five minutes away from downtown Dallas. This place is considered to be one … Read more

Austin Community College Riverside: The Institution’s Third Campus

Austin Community College, Riverside Campus, Austin, Colleges / Universities

Established in 1972, the Austin Community College is a public community college system, the sixth-largest in the United States, catering top-notch education to Austin, Texas, and communities from the metropolitan area and Central Texas. Today, the institution continues to provide students with high-quality training and education, foster student development and success, all … Read more

The Cedars – A Neighborhood on the Move

Cedars Station

The Cedars neighborhood is situated on the south side of downtown Dallas. The Cedars is considered to be a culturally rich neighborhood because it is a lively place complete with art, restaurants, nightlife, churches, schools, and a wide array of housing options. The area was first developed during the late 1800s, and … Read more

Learn about Mesquite, Texas

AMC 30 theatre in Mesquite, TX

Dallas, Texas, like many big cities, is surrounded by suburban cities and towns. One of them is Mesquite. Mesquite is a suburban city that lies in the eastern part of Dallas. While most of Mesquite belongs to Dallas County, a small but significant portion of it extends into Kaufman County. As of … Read more

History of St. Edward’s University – Austin’s Only Catholic University

St. Edward's University Building

St. Edward’s University is a Catholic university that accepts qualified students of all backgrounds, ages, and beliefs. The university offers several undergraduate programs that help graduates be more competent in their chosen discipline. Since its founding, the university aims to give quality education to those who want to see their full potential. … Read more

What are Cascarones?

Cascarones

Coming to San Antonio for Fiesta? Don’t freak out if someone smashes an egg over your head. There’s a good chance it will happen. Cascarones are a Fiesta tradition, ubiquitous throughout the 10-day party. Their confetti aftermath is visible inside every place of business and blowing down every street. History It is said that … Read more

Texas Driving Miles Between Major Cities

Big Bend Texas

Yes, it’s true: Texas is a big state. And depending on where you want to go, a drive across the state can be a real haul. For example, getting from the southern end of the state to the northern end – from the Rio Grande Valley to the top of the Panhandle – will … Read more

Interesting Facts about the Dallas Mavericks

Interesting Facts about the Dallas Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks, or simply known as the Mavs, is a professional basketball team is based in Dallas, Texas. This basketball team competes as a member of the Western Conference Southwest Division National Basketball Association or NBA. The Dallas Maverick plays their home game at the American Airlines Center. All throughout the … Read more

The Complete History of Texas

The flags of the United States of America and Texas painted on a wall

Texas is a constituent state of the United States that became the 28th state of the union in 1845. From the Spanish Texas of the early 16th century to the modern 21st century Texas, a lot has changed. The state occupies the south-central segment of the country and is considered the largest … Read more