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The drive from Victoria to Fredericksburg is a scenic trip passing through San Marcos and along the Blanco River to this Hill Country town of just over 10,000. Clocking in at just over three hours, it’s doable for a weekend getaway or even a one-night stay.
“Hey Google. What would Kate Middleton wear to a tea party?” This was my first thought when asked to write about a photo shoot themed around tea parties and polo matches.
Walking into Paravida Wellness in Victoria, the first adjective that might come to mind to describe it is a “health food” store. The store offers gluten, dairy and processed sugar free grab and go meals, smoothies, cold pressed juices and more.
To many, the kitchen is a sacred place in the home. It’s where we gather in the evenings, where we’re reunited with relatives, where we gossip with our siblings, debate life with our parents, and above all else, it’s where we make good food.
Meridith Byrd drives down Santa Rosa Street in downtown Victoria on a Monday afternoon in mid-December. She slows considerably as she nears Santa Rita Market, a new boutique that was just nominated for Keep Victoria Beautiful’s January Business Beautification Award.
About 12 years ago, when David and Tammy Murphy got the opportunity to return to their hometown and run two Chick-fil-A locations, the duo began looking for ways to give back to the community that raised them.
Victoria residents Jim and Virginia Furness have hosted parties for years, whether it's a birthday gathering, holiday celebration or even a breakfast spread for their entire neighborhood.
Many say the holiday season is the best time of the year. There is a lot to love about the fun, family-centered holidays that kick off at the end of a long year. It’s a time filled with happiness and — more importantly to some — cooler weather.
When autumn arrives, most Victoria residents are only just getting around to thinking about Halloween. But as their neighbors begin carving pumpkins and hanging spooky decorations, Martha Vasquez and her sister Susan Martinez, co-owners of Ventura's Tamales, are already preparing for Christmas.
CUERO — Your first instinct might not be to head to a small Texas cattle town to find some holiday cheer, but Cuero is here to challenge that preconception.
Christ’s Kitchen buzzed with work as volunteers maneuvered their stations to feed anywhere from 650 to 750 people on any given day much like an active hive of honey bees. The queen bee of it all is Trish Hastings.