Cowboy Culture: Celebrating our Heritage

March 18, 2022 0
By Martha Crump | In 1892, a man by the name of Charles Moreau Harger wrote the following in Scribner’s Magazine: “The cowboy, with his white, wide-trimmed hat, his long leather cattle whip, his […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

March 9, 2022 0
The future of Texas music is looking very bright as we move into 2022. Live music is still in demand when it comes to great entertainment, however, the long and slow recovery process of the […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

February 19, 2022 0
Howdy Friends! It seems there has been a resurgence of all things western thanks to the latest endeavors of Taylor Sheridan and his contributions, the hit television shows Yellowstone and 1883. Although many will argue […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

January 7, 2022 0
It has been said, “If you want to play in Texas, you’ve gotta have a fiddle in the band,” and to many that will always remain true. However, there is another instrument responsible for defining […]

Butter Sculpture

December 10, 2021 0
By Judy Wade Imagine turning a one-pound block of butter into a work of art. Mini butter sculpting is one of the new contests the State Fair of Texas has added to the variety of […]

Texans Love Beef for the Holidays

December 6, 2021 0
By Martha Crump | Nothing says holidays like the wonderful smells coming from the kitchen. Take a moment and think about your favorite holiday meals with family. For most of us, those memories conjure […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

November 11, 2021 0
As the world of Texas Country Music slowly settles into the new normal, it’s important to note that some things will never change. Having just returned from another successful week in Ruidoso at the first […]
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