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Texas May Miss Out on Its Fall Foliage Peak
Texas trees are well-known procrastinators, so we have plenty of time before the autumn leaves reach their peak in early November. We have to ask though; do the leaves here actually turn orange and brown, or do they simply turn a lighter shade of green and fall off?
The Food That Texans Hate the Most
I don't know how anyone could hate cold pizza. It got some of us through college and it's the breakfast of champions for anyone who needs comfort carbs on the way to work. Cold pizza does have its haters, but in Texas, there is one food that is despised more than that.
How to Talk to the Kids About 9/11
Many of us have kids who weren't around in 2001 when 9/11 happened, so their experience of it has come through limited teachings at school and Youtube videos. Here are some tips to open up in-person conversations this weekend.
7 Photos That Should Be On Every Texan’s Social Media
If you took a long road trip over the long holiday weekend, we hope you snapped some pictures of the things that make Texas great. There are many! Here are just a few of the best that should be on every Texan's social media, and at least one of them involves beer.
Will a New Flesh-Eating Plant Invade Texas?
Up to this point, the largest carnivorous plant in East Texas has been the "Sarracenia alata," known as the pale pitcher or yellow trumpet plant. But a new discovery has us wondering if another carnivorous plant is on its way.