When oil was first discovered in East Texas, it changed life for everyone. Marilyn Jones takes us to see what the Oil Boom looked like.
San Antonio wants you to 'hit the trail' to meet its finest food and drinks, and it has Food Trails to help you.
Marilyn Jones and her granddaughter test-drive the Naranjo Museum.
Join Marilyn Jones underground in a cavern system discovered accidentally by a highway drilling crew.
Samantha and her husband had a great time at the Pearl Brewery Farmers Market. It's close to the Riverwalk and full of fresh merchandise from local vendors.
Samantha shares some pictures of the John Wayne statue located on the Riverwalk in San Antonio, It made her think about her grandma.
In San Antonio, Samantha and her husband decided to check out the McNutt Sculpture Garden and Outdoor Sculptures at the Briscoe Western Art Museum.
Marilyn Jones takes us on a visit to a small museum that's doing a big job in connecting local history to a world perspective.
Samantha shares her visit to the Riverwalk in San Antonio and explains what the five bells on the Arneson River Stage represent.
Samantha shares views of this impressive structure, called locally 'the Mexican Embassy.'
Samantha explores this museum dedicated to a favorite American breed, and shares the excitement with us.
No need for an app or download (and no cost) for Houston's nifty new guide to its airports.
A theme park noted for its accessibility for all inaugurates a splash park that's wheelchair-accessible, too.
Warm(er)-weather penguins take up a new home at Galveston, Texas's Moody Gardens Aquarium.
Samantha guides us through the scene of the most famous event in Texas history, even if the facts are still under debate.