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Junk Gypsy Book Due in October

Long-Anticipated Junk Gypsy Book Due in October In their first book, Round Top's own Junk Gypsies—sisters and stars of the popular Texas-born brand and HGTV show—combine big dreams, stories of roadside treasures found, and down-home…

Independence Day in Round Top

For 166 years, Round Top has celebrated Independence Day with a bang. With a patriotic kick-off on the square, an All-American parade and a barbecue lunch accompanied by beer and music at the Round Top Rifle Hall this year is no exception.…

Stirring the Pot: Royers Cafe

Due to unforgiving schedules that come with running restaurants and magazines, the Royers Café family and I talked food over the phone. It was four to one: Tara Royer Steele and her husband, Rick, and J.B. Royer and his wife, Jamie Len.…

Recycling the Past in Round Top

Talkin' Shop with Recycling the Past The Roundtopolis is home to a variety of businesses of all sizes. Through our “Talkin' Shop” column, we’ll introduce you to the entrepreneurs you pass often. We’re talking with Matt White of…

Things to do in Fayetteville

Almost everyone has a things-to-do list. While grocery shopping and picking up the laundry are necessary, they’re not nearly as fun as exploring the Roundtopolis. While the Round Top Antiques Shows may be the most famous event in our area,…

Tipping Point of No Return

The Tipping Point of No Return I (Katie) admit that sometimes I find tipping to be challenge...Not doing it, but figuring out when/where/how. When I read this post by Dayna Steele (who I think has good sense and is witty besides) it caused…

Texas Wildflower Photo Tips

Five of the best Texas Wildflower Photo Tips We are lucky to work with two outstanding photographers: Anna Spencer Morse of Grace Photography and Dixie Ray Hamilton of Dixie Ray Photography. With Texas wildflower season approaching,…

Round Top Wildflowers

Texas’ Spectacular Spring Wildflowers Editor's note: Always on the lookout for Round Top wildflowers, we have seen bluebonnets between Chappell Hill and Brenham...how about you? If you live in Texas, you know how spectacular spring can…