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The Ultimate Texas Holiday Gift Guide

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How to Deck the Halls Without Killing Your Lawn

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Showstopping Holiday Trifle Recipe

A great British dessert you’ll want to make over and over again throughout the holiday season.

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How to Prepare for Holiday Guests

Bring joy to all who join you for the holidays.

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The Most Notorious Texas Outlaws

Texas lore is filled with outlaws and bandits who capitalized on the lawless frontier to lead lives of crime and villainy. But who are the most notorious outlaws in Texas history? Here are our picks.

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Chocolate Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls

In Mexican culture, Halloween is about so much more than free candy and spooky costumes. It marks the eve of an important holiday on which families honor their loved ones who have passed away. According to tradition, at midnight on Oct. 31, the gates between worlds open and spirits of deceased children are allowed to