Monday, April 24, 2017
Burton Texas Depot Cathye Moon

Four Things to Do: Burton

Stroll and shop: There are antiques and collectibles  at friendly, one-of-a-kind shops such as Flown the Coop, The Nesting Co., Antiques @ the Mill...
Carmine Texas antiques year-round

Four Things to Do: Carmine

Southern all-stars: Don’t miss the scrumptious onion rings served by JW’s Steakhouse in Carmine. Around the corner of the building you’ll find The Village Market, home...
Blue Bell Ice Cream

Four Things to Do: Brenham

Artful eating and drinking: Literally a stone’s throw from Brenham's pleasant main street, you will find some movers and groovers who are preserving art, the...
Cathye Moon Live Oak photo

Roundtopolis: Old Places, New Eyes

In 1957, when she was a fourth grader at David Crockett Elementary, Cathye Moon got hooked on photography when she got a Brownie Hawkeye...
Burton Roadhouse grand opening. Photo by Kerri Clark Designs.

Burton Roadhouse

Welcome Burton Roadhouse With a self-proclaimed passion for good music and a historic building, Stephen and Melissa Russell are launching the-opening-this-week Burton Roadhouse in Burton,...
Anna Spencer Morse, Grace Photography photo

The Beat Goes On: Round Top Dance Hall

The Round Top Dance Hall was either built in 1907 or 1916 depending who you ask. While its age may be disputed, no one...
Dixie Ray Hamilton, Dixie Ray Photography

The Beat Goes On: Round Top Rifle Hall

Round Top Rifle Hall is the historic home of the Round Top Rifle Association, Fayette County’s oldest German social club. The Rifle Association, organized...
Anna Spencer Morse photo Larry Birkelbach

Round Top Festival Institute: Master Carpenter Larry Birkelbach

  Once upon a time in the 1970s, James Dick, a world-class pianist, asked, “Why dream the ordinary?” He envisioned an international center for music...
Anna Spencer Morse, Grace Photography photo James Dick Larry Birkelbach Round Top Festival Institute

Round Top Festival Institute: The Magnificence

Once upon a time in the 1970s, James Dick, a world-class pianist, asked, “Why dream the ordinary?” He envisioned an international center for music...
Round Top Festival Institute Founder James Dick

Round Top Festival Institute: The Musician James Dick

Once upon a time in the 1970s, James Dick, a world-class pianist, asked, “Why dream the ordinary?” He envisioned an international center for music...