Web Extra: Berny Duke, Wood County EC: “If it begins with ‘watch this,’ you know it’s going to be epic. Nothing as epic as driving three hours to enjoy Salado Creek for your birthday.”
Several stories in the November magazine feature Web Extras, with additional information and photos available online. Here are links to stories where you’ll find web-exclusive content in videos, slideshows with images and sidebars marked Web Extra.
In the Making We spotlight six artisans whose special talents result in hand-crafted wares. We link to their websites so you can learn more about these people and their products.
My Grandmother and LBJ See archival photos of Lyndon B. Johnson from his time teaching in Cotulla and when he visited rural schools as president.
75th Anniversary Timeline: Society We gathered many more events and milestones than we could fit in the magazine. Did you know Texas had an internment camp during World War II? Or that Los Angeles’ first black mayor was born in Texas as a grandson of slaves? And five of the 10 fastest-growing cities in the U.S. are in Texas. Texas continues making a mark on society.
McAllen, the self-declared South Pole of Texas, kicks off the festive season on December 7 with its Holiday Parade, which the city describes as the largest illuminated holiday and helium balloon parade in Texas.
Find more events all across the state on our Events page.