Learn about the History of the Battle of Flowers

Battle of Flowers parade float

When you visit San Antonio, Texas, in April, then you should not definitely miss the Fiesta San Antonio. Fiesta San Antonio (literally, “Saint Anthony’s feast”) is a ten-day festival held in San Antonio, Texas. The festival is the city’s signature event and is held every April. It honors the heroic spirit of … 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

Learning More About Dublin, TX Native Ben Hogan

Golfing has been around for quite some time now, and is known for being a slow and relaxing sport that still requires some real skill to be able to play properly. But obviously, as with literally any sport in existence today, the current form of golfing didn’t just come about overnight. Many … Read more

Honoring Rosie the Riveter at the Vintage Flying Museum

The cover of published music for a song about Rosie

‘Rosie the Riveter’ wasn’t an actual person, but was a cultural icon that represented the six million women who filled men’s jobs during World War II. In addition to this group, there were also around 10 million Rosie volunteers. Prior to this era in history, women weren’t usually doing jobs as factory … Read more

Post World War II Art Viewable at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Entrance

The Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth is home to some of the most acclaimed modern and contemporary art collections in the United States. It is dedicated to presenting and interpreting international art from mostly the 1940s and onward. Its permanent collection includes more than 3,000 art pieces, including those by Jackson … Read more

Texas A&M University – Commerce Is the Fifth-Oldest University in Texas

Texas A&M University–Commerce Is the Fifth-Oldest University in Texas

Texas A&M University-Commerce is a public research institution situated in Commerce, Texas, approximately 65 miles northeast of Dallas. Established in 1889, it is the fifth-oldest university in the state that has cemented its legacy in providing quality education for over 130 years. Today, it registers an academic enrollment of more or less … Read more

The College of Health Care Profession Has Nine Campuses Around Texas

doctor-with-stethoscope-in-hospital

The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP) is an accredited private educational and training institution of allied health professions with nine campuses around Texas. Tracing its roots in 1953, CHCP now serves a leader in the medical career education, helping thousands of students start their professional healthcare journey, and guiding them towards … Read more