more about: Texas

Dallas, Texas Large: Hilton Anatole

Everything is bigger in Texas, and the Hilton Anatole is no exception. Located in Dallas, set on 45 acres of land, the hotel is considered to be one of the largest in the south with a new expansion underway. The hotel was built by Fred Trammel Crow (June 10, 1914- January 14, 2009) in 1979 as a gift for his […]

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3 Historic Spring Break Getaways For The Whole Family

Spring break is right around the corner. Why not plan a trip to an historic destination that the whole family can enjoy where you can make memories that last a lifetime? We rounded up three great options that offer something for the whole family. Villas Key West (Key West, Florida) Who doesn’t love a little fun in the sun? Villas […]

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Five Reasons We Love Beyonce

SURPRISE! The Queen B shocked the world this morning when she unexpectedly dropped her fifth studio album with 14 new tracks and 17 videos on her record BEYONCÉ. The new release features Frank Ocean, Drake, and Mr. Beyonce Knowles Carter, also known as Jay-Z. Please don’t report us to the obvious police, but we’re crazy-in-love with our Houston girl. In honor of her […]

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A Perfect Day in Dallas

In our Dallas Summer in the South Guide, fashion maven Abi Ferrin shared her itinerary for a perfect summer day in Dallas. To live like a local for a day start with a relaxing Tsada Yoga session, then have breakfast alfresco on the patio of Company Cafe. After mimosas and a tasty organic omelette, take the 20-minute drive to The Harbor at Rockwall […]

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Shop Local: The Must-Have iPad Case

This sweet couple based out of Lake Jackson, Texas, is making the coolest leather accessories and rustic-chic homewares this side of the Mason-Dixon line. 

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On the Road in Dallas

Staff photographer Art Meripol just got back from a whirlwind trip to Dallas, in which he spent time snapping the trendy Design District. Here, he shares the experience through his iPhone lens complete with cool filters and insider tips for visiting the neighborhood. 

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Texas Book Festival Kicks Off Today in Austin

Every year around this time, my friend Clay Smith, literary director of Texas Book Festival, goes underground. Getting a breakfast taco date with him is nearly impossible, and a late night cocktail? Ask him in November.

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SL Hot List: Texas T’s, Bourbon Sips, & True-ly Great Food

Your water cooler talk, updated. Here, the five Southern bits of news that are making waves this week. 

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Explore Tim Love’s Fort Worth

Take it from one of Texas’ most famous cowboy chefs: The city has come into its own as a cultural and culinary mecca. But don’t worry, you can still get dust on your boots if you try. Tim Love gives us his recommendations for where to eat and what do it in Fort Worth.

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Going Once. Going Twice. Facebook Auctions Sweeping the South

Trend Alert: Facebook auctions are the South’s favorite new way to shop.

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