2021 High School Graduation Gift Guide
Gift ideas can be hard to come by at times. In this article, we have done the work for you! Snag a great idea here to offer to your favorite high school graduate.
Flowers are therapy for the soul. Here are some simple steps to create a gorgeous bouquet from supermarket flowers that is sure to delight mom on her special day.
Robert Harvey Harold Hugman did not earn a degree in architecture, but what he lacked in the culmination of a formal education, he more than compensated for in foresight, vision, and tenacity. The architect of one of San Antonio's most famed tourist destinations, the San Antonio River Walk, Hugman left a tangible legacy that will endure for generations to come.
At no time in recent memory have Texans sought out safe, engaging, and educational activities as extensively as they have throughout the last year. As indoor establishments temporarily closed or made dramatic changes to programming, a shift took place: suddenly the great outdoors looked bigger and better than ever before. Luckily, the Lone Star State is home to a number of open air museums whose figurative doors remain wide open; go forth into the great outdoors and explore these fascinating venues!
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Lonesome Dove to books like Horseman, Pass By and The Last Kind Words Saloon, America has seen the Old West through the eyes of Larry McMurtry. McMurtry’s lifelong pursuit began with just an inheritance of a small sack of books.
Most children, regardless of age and whether willing to admit it or not, delight in discovering a basket of goodies waiting for them on Easter morning. Tweens and teens may fall into the "harder to buy for" category when it comes to filling these baskets, but finding fun and entertaining options - including those that will not break the bank - can be done, if one knows where to look.
From the brilliant minds behind the bar at Group Therapy, the sultry lounge at Hotel ZaZa Austin, comes – The Winter Spritz. The bright cocktail is a same but different riff on the beloved cocktail, adding cinnamon and spiced orange ginger ale to the mix to create the new “cocktail of winter” to get us through the holidays and the looming winter months ahead.
You know it is “that time of year” when Christmas music begins playing on the radio and in stores. With the Christmas season creeping slightly earlier and earlier each year, or so it seems, the merry tunes can lose their novelty by the time the big day rolls around! To put some jingly spirit back into the classic tunes that underscore the holiday season, enjoy some lesser-known stories behind the songs.
Some Texas families have unique family recipes that are not so familiar, and these are the one-of-a-kind celebration dishes that deserve their own spotlight. Read more about the owner of Broken Arrow Ranch Chris Hughes’s favorite holiday dishes, among others, in the December 2020 edition of Texasliving.
Across the state, independent bookstores stand out as cultural hubs and community fixtures. Owners of several bookstores featured in the December 2020 issue of Texasliving offered glimpses into their favorite reads, or their favorite recommendations for all who ask!
Owners George and Paige Nester established a honey farm in 2011 with novice information about bees and beekeeping. Today, however, the farm, located in Canyon, Texas, thrives in an unexpected desert environment and provides a unique brand of bee by-products for Texans to indulge in.