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Features

    Photo Essay

    The Cattle Call

    The dinge and din leave no doubt about who has the starring role in the high-stakes drama at the Seguin Cattle Company

    Feature

    The Legislature and You

    Making laws is the people’s business; it’s important we all have a voice in Austin


Departments

Letters to the Editor

    Currents

    Direct Deposit and the Indirect Texan

    Some of the stuff we looked into while you were reading last month’s issue

    TEXAS USA

    Paul and Paula: Sweethearts of the ’60s

    50 years ago, music fans swooned over ‘Hey, Paula’ by this Texas duo, launching their love song to No. 1 in the charts

    Observations

    Enlightenment at a Brush Arbor Revival

    With a fiery flourish, roving preacher saves souls amid towering pine trees

    Texas History

    One Family’s True Confections

    Fifth generation of Lamme family—home of the famous pecan praline—continues candy business that started in 1878

    Kevin’s Kitchen

    Crockin’ Up a Storm

    A passion for slow cooking has led to quick success for a pair of Texas moms known as the Crockin’ Girls

    February 2013 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Silhouettes

    Photos that are nothing more than dark shapes seem to tell a story all their own

    Hit the Road

    Presidio La Bahía

    Making a connection to Texian patriots proves elusive, even while fully immersed in centuries-old relics from dark chapter of state history