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March 2015

Stay, Suzanne Freeman

Book a hotel to fit your budget

From its first hotel built by Henry Kinney in 1845 — the Kinney House — to today, the Corpus Christi area has experienced an explosion in great places to stay. Whether you are looking to rest your head in downtown…

Museums & Culture

Relive Texas History at John Conner Museum

Within the confines of Texas A&M University Kingsville, lives the John Edwin Conner Museum with its sizeable collection of some 400 weapons, 50,000 Indian artifacts and an abundant assortment of relics that tell the rich history of South Texas. The…


See sensational shows at Harbor Playhouse Community Theater

From Shakespeare to the von Trapp family, from Sweeney Todd to Joseph and his colorful coat, the Harbor Playhouse players have performed it at Corpus Christi’s community theater. The non-profit theatre is one of Corpus Christi’s most recognized and adored cultural and…


Take a step back in time at the Museum of South Texas

The Museum of South Texas aims to preserve the past and give visitors an authentic historical experience. Located in Hidalgo County since 1967, the museum offers a range of unique artifacts spanning the history of Texas in general and this…


Link to the past at historic cemeteries

Cemeteries can be a direct link to a community's history, which is certainly true in Lamar, Texas, which is named for a former president of the Republic of Texas (although he is not buried there). The Lamar Cemetery, located five…


test recently developed a computer formula to rank the top vacation destinations in the U.S. Corpus Christi made the list at number 15. Oddly enough, it is the only city on the list with an average snow fall. The city recorded…