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In the January issue of Texas Highways

So many ways to see the Lone Star State! Check out this month's issue and start planning your 2013 travel across Texas.


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Texas To-Dos

Learn how oil changed Texas! Revel in the bluebonnets! See the sea turtles! Search for Marfa Lights! TH brings you your 2013 travel calendar, one month at a time.

Crossroads of Culture

A flourishing cotton-shipping hub in the days after the Civil War, the East Texas town of Winnsboro today focuses on art, music, and cuisine—plus oddball attractions like honey bee workshops, and Steampunk-themed art walks.

Save the Date

Shake up your routine in 2013 with festival picks ranging from the Chicken-Fried Steak Festival in Lamesa to Shamrock’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. (Guys, keep your eyes on the prize: Start growing your Donegal “chin curtain” beard on January 1.)

TH Traveler

The January roundup of events spotlights Houston artist Mark David Bradford who brings his wild sculptures to the Beeville Art Museum, plus 76 other fun things to see and do this month. Happy New Year!

For a searchable list of all Texas happenings, go to the TH Events page.

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