Martin House Brewing Co. unveils Counter Clockwise Swirl, like Boulevard's Chocolate Ale, but with hints of vanilla, too! http://beerblog.dallasnews.com/2015/03/martin-house-brewing-counter-clockwise-swirl.html/
Renowned tracker and geologist, Eric Kappus, admires Tom Lea’s understanding of the forms of nature and his arrangement of them with paint on canvas to evoke a window on the southwestern landscape we know. In a leisurely walk, Eric points out trails and vistas Tom understood and loved enough to want to share them with others. Oct. 26th. 2 pm, Archeology Museum. http://www.tomlea.net/Month2013/Museum_Archaeology.html #TomLeaMonth
The Freedmen's Bureau operated in Texas from late September 1865 until July 1870. During that time five men served as assistant commissioner: Edgar M. Gregory, from September 1865 until May 14, 1866; Joseph Kiddoo, until January 14, 1867; Charles Griffin, until his death on September 15, 1867; Joseph J. Reynolds, until January 1869; and Edward R. S. Canby, briefly, until he was replaced by Reynolds.