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Scary Skies?
The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking a $12 million fine against Southwest Airlines for what it deems improper repairs on 44 jetliners. It is reportedly the second-largest fine in FAA ...
Aspen Getaway
Ah, Aspen in the summertime — there couldn't be a more perfect locale to get lost in the mountains, the roaring rivers, the cuisine or any number of activities. Every ...
Trademark Battle with Teeth
Any Texan who's ever taken a cross-state road trip can probably identify the smiling buck-toothed beaver in the red baseball cap as the trademark for Buc-ee's, the omnipresent ...
New Braunfels Bar Honored
What comes to mind when someone mentions the best cities in the world? Paris, perhaps? London or Sydney? Tokyo or New York? What about New Braunfels? Well Vogue Australia certainly ...
Destination Austin
While far-away beaches and distant tourist attractions are tempting vacation ideas, there's something nice (and hassle-free) about staying in Texas to get your travel fix. The Austin area is ...
Beef Country
The family behind the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas is expanding its empire into beef: Rosewood Ranches, a subsidiary of the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate, has partnered with ...
Golden Opportunity
Want to be treated like royalty at the upcoming Austin City Limits Music Festival? Here's your chance. As an enticement to publicize sales of one-day tickets beginning Wednesday (July ...
Up In The Air
Fresh off a hotly contested expansion to Dallas Love Field Airport, Virgin America has been named the top domestic airline for the seventh year in a row. The distinction comes ...
Munich Time
MUNICH — Just about every tourist in this Bavarian capital eventually ends up at one place in the heart of the city, just a few blocks from the Marienplatz, the bustling ...
Surviving Business Travel
After traveling on business for more than 30 years with with more than two million miles under my belt, there is little I have not experienced. Stellar clients in every ...
Short Cut To Galveston
There are two things in Houston which occur regularly but still manage to be unpredictable— the rain and the traffic. With clouds looming over Independence Day weekend, Houstonians may not ...
Internet Firestorm
If you haven't seen the pictures of Kendall Jones and carcasses of rhinos, lions and other animals that are lighting up the Internet, you are likely to be shocked ...
Towering Achievement
In a beatdown of epic proportions, Big Tex, the icon of the State Fair of Texas, was voted the Best Quirky Landmark in the United States by readers of USA ...
Galloping through Beijing
With an estimated population of 21 million and an ultra-modern urban core that belies Beijing's history, finding an old-fashioned market is a pleasant surprise.
Bullet Train Speeds Up
The proposed high-speed train project between Houston and Dallas is about to cross into new territory. The much-discussed transportation option is finally headed for a major review, federal officials announced ...
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