In the December issue
of Texas Highways
the holidays with TH as we explore an
historic Houston neighborhood, the off-season in
Port Aransas and a holiday homecoming in Wichita Falls.
Expand your culinary horizons with the latest in
Texas food trends. Treks to Dublin, Tyler
and Killeen round out this month's
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Houston Heights Delights!
Big-city sophistication meets a small-town vibe in
this pedestrian-friendly Houston neighborhood
founded in the 1890s. Today, eclectic restaurants,
galleries, and shops attract visitors and locals
Stepping Up to the Plate
food mixes it up with a variety of cross-cultural
influences. While researching his cookbook Texas Eats, Robb Walsh uncovered the latest on the Texas restaurant scene. Click for more on Texas Eats and recipes in Web Extra.
Revisiting the Christmas
Capital of Texas
Grapevine continues to claim this title. TH has revived last December’s evocative article about this holiday destination.
to Corpus Christi December 1 for the Harbor
Lights Festival on the Bayfront Marina.
Farther up the coast check out the holiday
magic in Galveston, starting November 23 at
the Hotel Galvez. And Marshall celebrates with its
of Lights Festival starting November 21.
a searchable list of all Texas happenings, go to
the TH Events page.