Posts Tagged ‘granbury’

Drying Up

Residents from Possum Kingdom to Lake Granbury want to know where the water’s going.
For several years people in Granbury have been watching their beloved lake recede from its now-overgrown shoreline. Boats and jet skis that once floated hang on their lifts in the air, and dirt-filled plastic bottles, old tires...

Granbury Tour of Homes Giveaway

Anthony Mariani
This weekend is the 28th annual Candlelight Tour of Homes in Granbury, produced by Historic Granbury Merchants Association and the City of Granbury. In addition to tours of historic/Victorian homes and public buildings (includi...

Granbury Was Berry, Berry Good to Baby

Chow, Baby
Chow, Baby was born with an insatiable wanderlust. Cruelly, I wasn’t also born into a wealthy family that could satisfy my fantasies of summering in France. Still, I do my best at exploration — meaning, generally, places wi...

Gunsmoke On The Brazos This Weekend

Jeff Prince
I’m so mean I once shot a man for snoring. No wait, that was John Wesley Hardin. I read about it in an Old West book. I love books about the Old West because they put me in a happy time warp. I wish I could have lived bac...

An Ending, A Beginning

Big Ticket
A North Texas institution enjoys its last hurrah this weekend. After more than 11 years in operation, Granbury Live holds its final show, called The Best of Granbury Live. Local theatergoers will doubtless find other venues for...


Tarleton State's Langdon Center
The landscapes around Big Bend National Park are what fire the inspiration of Pat Chaney.

Over the River and Through the Square

Chow, Baby
Granbury has changed a little since Chow, Baby’s last cruise down Highway 377: more ugly billboards, a few extra Kountry Krap stores on the square, and, bummer, Chop N Block – our raison d’roadtrip – is ...