One of Texas’ best vacation spots is about to get even better

One of the top summer destinations in Texas is about to get a whole lot better, thanks to a massive expansion. According to the Houston Chronicle, the Cinnamon Shores vacation community in Port Aransas will receive a 300-acre, $1.3 billion expansion...

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Patrick Dempsey really loves this Texas restaurant’s pie — and no, he’s not moving to New Braunfels

Patrick Dempsey, a.k.a. McDreamy of “Grey’s Anatomy” fame, reportedly bought a home on Lake Jacksonville several years ago, and he’s been splitting his time between Texas and California ever since. And he’s not immune to Texas’ charms: He’s fallen...

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Deep and dark thoughts with Neil Gaiman ahead of his Austin appearance

Neil Gaiman isn’t afraid to let things get dark. He never has been. His writing has a way of working its way into you and sticking there, of making you feel uncomfortable and perhaps a little sad, but like you’re a better person for having read...

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Whataburger rolls out new ‘spicy strawberry’ breakfast biscuits

Move over, Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit. Your new favorite Whataburger breakfast item may just be here. The Texas fast food chain has announced its newest biscuit: the Spicy Strawberry Chicken and Sausage Biscuits. That’s right: spicy, savory and...

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10 tips for staying cool while running in the summer

Texas summers can be brutal for runners. Here are 10 tips to keep yourself from getting overheated while running. 1. Run early in the morning In Texas, it starts getting hot before the sun even comes up, so your best bet for beating the heat is starting...

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Austin’s first-ever axe-throwing club set to open this summer

Need a way to work out some pent-up frustration? Austin’s newest bar is giving you the opportunity to throw around 14-inch axes — no, seriously. According to CultureMap, Urban Axes is set to open in East Austin later this summer. Urban Axes’ website...

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Neil Gaiman will decide what he’ll read at show when he gets to Austin

Neil Gaiman isn’t afraid to let things get dark. He never has been. His writing has a way of working its way into you and sticking there, of making you feel uncomfortable and perhaps a little sad, but like you’re a better person...

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