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In his 1891 essay “The Decay of Lying,” Oscar Wilde wrote, “... and over our heads will float / the Blue Bird singing of beautiful and impossi…

The Boone Powell arch near The Tremont House in Galveston’s downtown is a colorful year-round reminder of the island’s Mardi Gras festivities.…

Actor and comedian Peter Sellers once said, “Let us learn to appreciate there will be times when the trees will be bare, and look forward to t…

A variety of birds have learned to use power lines in their daily lives. The power lines offer a convenient place for birds to perch, especial…

The delightful melodies of songbirds often emanate from the males, but in the case of the northern cardinal, the female also has something to …

Photographer and artist Joey Quiroga took a photo of a turtle diving down in a tank at Moody Gardens in Galveston before creating this work of art.

Islanders transform a seashell hobby into an art form and enterprise

Island singer and songwriter reflects on first solo tour and the future

Fifth-generation islander writes about the people and places of Galveston

One of the important traditions still preserved today on the upper Texas coast and elsewhere is the naming of a boat after a woman.