Cassandra Lance-Martinez

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The Guitar

If American vernacular music has an archetypal instrument, it’s certainly the guitar, and there’s no doubt…

Small Town, Big Presence

In the heart of cowboy country, centrally located between Waco, Abilene and Fort Worth, lies…

Mud Brick Wonder

For hundreds of years adobe brick structures have painted the arid desert landscape of the…

The Mockingbird

It’s been called the “King of Song,” can be found just about everywhere in Texas,…

Facing the Rising Sun

Nestled in the grounds of Fair Park in south Dallas is an establishment that holds…

Sunday Houses

Nestled in the Hill Country region of central Texas, Fredericksburg’s townscape remains decorated with reminders…

“Come and Take It” Flag

The story of the “Come and Take It” flag begins Oct. 2, 1835, at what…

Pipes of Plenty

Churches big and small fill up across the state each Sunday with devout worshipers. Sunday…

Mass-Produced Memorial

On any given day, “The Spirit of the American Doughboy,” by Ernest M. Viquesney, is…

Movies Under The Stars

Just about any Texan will tell you — there’s nothing quite like the Texas sky,…