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Pop-Up Cat Cafe Comes to Dallas

The first purrmanent cat cafe in Texas has yet to open, but Dallas denizens who are doggedly devoted to the divine feline are grinning like the proverbial Cheshire cat at the news that The Big D’s first-ever pop-up cat cafe is just around the kitty corner. On August 8th fans of felines will gather in […]

Summer Classic Film Series Underway in Austin

Celebrating a century of entertainment in 2015, this year at Austin’s historic Paramount Theatre the curtain is also rising on a landmark moment in movie history as more than 100 famous flicks star in the 40th anniversary season of the theater’s Summer Classic Film Series. Throughout the sweltering season movie lovers can watch some of […]

Celebrate 2015 on the Rail of Lights New Year’s Train in Jefferson

Visitors of the Marion County community of Jefferson are invited to start 2015 on the right track by enjoying a leisurely locomotive ride along the Big Cypress Bayou during the final days of 2014. The antique, gas-powered choo choo which cheerily chugged past vintage inspired vignettes of Christmas past will have festive travelers looking forward […]

Starry Starry Nights in Llano Open Until Dec. 31st

In the words of a holiday classic, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” to take a trip to the city of Llano, where visitors are welcomed by a vision of multi-colored Christmas lights merrily mirrored on the surface of the Llano River. While hot chocolate and marshmallows roasted by an open fire will […]

Rock’N Lights Holiday Light Tour Makes Season Bright in Round Rock

Shining brighter than Rudolph’s nose, two million lights are guiding visitors through a winter-themed wonderland in Williamson County this holiday season. Through December 30th drivers can cruise along a 1.5-mile path in Old Settlers Park festooned with festive displays and a lengthy light tunnel that will put a twinkle in the eye of every attendee. […]

Walkway of Lights in Marble Falls Open Through Jan. 1

More than two million lights are making the season bright for visitors in Marble Falls as they take a self-guided stroll through Burnet County’s winter wonderland, which welcomes a throng 45,000 strong each year. An annual attraction since 1991, the Walkway of Lights includes a lighted pole tree which branches out in more than 17,000 […]

Ride The Polar Express in Palestine

If you’re looking for a truly ‘novel’ experience to celebrate the holiday season a visit to Palestine will put you on the right track as The Texas State Railroad takes passengers on a journey through the pages of Chris Van Allsburgh’s contemporary Christmas classic, The Polar Express. As the cheery choo choo chugs its way […]

Gaylord Texan’s Lone Star Christmas Kicks Off in Grapevine

Grapevine’s Gaylord Texan is ringing in the holidays on November 13 with the launch of Lone Star Christmas with two million twinkling lights, 15,000 ornaments, and even ice tubing. The resort’s signature ICE! attraction (open through early January), features over two million pounds of ice used for ice sculptures and 20-foot-tall ice slides. This year, […]

Top 10 Texas State Parks for Dogs

Looking for an inexpensive day trip or camping getaway with your dog? The answer just might lie in one of the many dog-friendly Texas state parks. From beaches to lakes, piney woods to rolling plains, you and your four-legged buddy will find an array of parks that offer miles of hikes, swims, and relaxation for […]

Phil Collins Donates Collection of Alamo Artifacts

As a member of Genesis and as a solo artist he has created the soundtrack to our lives for the past four decades, and on October 28th multiple Grammy Award winner Phil Collins will put a song in the hearts of history buffs as he donates treasured items to the people of Texas. The musical […]

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