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Features

    Feature

    Texas Feels a Draft

    Craft breweries bring entertainment and economic opportunity to communities

    Feature

    Gordon’s Gold

    Architect James Riely Gordon flourished during the golden age of Texas courthouses


Departments

Letters to the Editor

    Hit the Road With Chet Garner

    Must See Sequel

    Hill Country Arts Foundation makes Ingram’s Stonehenge II accessible

    Web Extras

    January 2020 Web Extras

    Find exclusive online content from this issue

    Currents

    Making Predictions

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

    TCP Kitchen

    New Year’s Resolution

    Megan Myers, a Texas food blogger, shares recipes that focus on fresh ingredients and uncomplicated flavors

    January 2020 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Fences

    You can’t be on the fence about these photos; they’re all fantastic

    Power of Our People

    A Close-Knit Couple

    Pedernales EC member, who once knitted gloves for Allied machine gunners in World War II, today crafts blankets for hospice patients

    Texas History

    Ghost Dogs of Orozimbo

    The tale of a trio of dogs ‘guarding’ Santa Anna continues long past turning point in history

    Texas USA

    One Corner of the Square

    Architectural preservation and economic development are bringing new life to Stephenville’s square

    Observations

    Four Walls and the Truth

    How do we define our possessions, and what do they say about us?

    Energy Safety

    Don’t Wait: Be Prepared Before the Storm

    Have supplies and emergency gear ready for severe weather



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