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The San Antonio-Austin megaregion extends from the edge of DFW to the Mexican border, according to a new study. If commuting patterns are a reliable indication, the San Antonio-Austin area qualifies as a "megaregion." Comment?
The couple was drawn to the simple beauty of Prospect House and chose to keep decorations minimal, focusing on a green floral installation in the reception hall. After meeting at a potluck during their very first month at University of Colorado in Boulder, Mandy Lyne and Matthew Whalen started dating - casually. Comment?
When photographer Mark Burns was growing up in Houston, he didn't have many everyday opportunities to gaze upon great mountains and sweeping vistas, but that changed when his family went on vacations. In those family car trips to West Texas and Big Bend and then on to New Mexico or up into Colorado, Burns first began to understand the magnificence of this country's vast landscapes. Comment?
More wine news is good news, especially when it stems from one of the most respected names in Texas wine country. Spicewood Vineyards is planning to open Yates, a new premium winery, in September 2016 in the city of Hye, near Fredericksburg, and a little over an hour from Austin and San Antonio. Comment?
The lowdown: On Monday, film legends and rising stars gathered for an exclusive premiere of the modern Western Hell or High Water, which will be released nationwide August 19. In addition to the screening, attendees were treated to a lively Q&A discussion with the filmmakers and actors. The film follows two desperate brothers as they try to save their family's West Texas land from foreclosure by robbing banks. Comment?
With the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia at Cibolo Creek Ranch , the West Texas resort has been thrust into the international spotlight in a way that owner and Houston businessman John Poindexter surely never imagined. From the Daily Mail to the Washington Post and New York Times , the media is delving into the story of the 30,000-acre ranch that has attracted notables such as Mick Jagger, Bruce Willis, and Tommy Lee Jones. Comment?
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