Texas born, but I've been almost everywhere in the lower 48. I'm a big "family first" guy, and that's because I'm lucky to have an amazing wife and 4 incredible kids. Two boys, and two girls. We also have two dogs; a Yorkie and a Boxer. When I do have some free time, I enjoy reading, writing, listening to the record player with the kids, and teaching them how to do back flips on the trampoline.
A Short But Sweet List Of Songs That Mention Amarillo
By no means is this the complete list of Amarillo's musical mentions, but these are the ones we always forget about. Which makes it even better when we "rediscover" them. Which one do you like?
The First Radio Concert Was Broadcast From an Amarillo Radio Station
Radio broadcasting has deep roots in the Texas panhandle.
The Hoodoo Mural Festival Is Set To Return For 2021 In Amarillo
This year, the fest is scheduled for October 2.
Summer Camps To Help You Keep The Kids Busy This Year In Amarillo
If you're going to be looking for ways to keep the kids busy this summer in Amarillo, check these out.
Death Aboard a Train, Bible Studies, and the Texas Panhandle
It's interesting what you find you go digging through history in the Texas panhandle.
Where You Can Take Mom For Mother’s Day In Amarillo This Sunday
This Mother's Day, there are few options you have to give the mom in your life a unique day.
Looking at the History of Amarillo on ‘America’s Most Wanted’
We've produced, and helped solve, cases.
These Are The Best Margaritas In Amarillo, According To Yelp
Who makes your favorite margarita in Amarillo?
The 4th of July Parade in Canyon Is Officially on for 2021
This year the 4th of July parade will be themed "Aloha, Canyon."
Free Live Music in the Park Coming to Amarillo This Summer
I counted no less than fifteen dates this summer that the city will be having free music in the park.
Amarillo Is Getting Free Movies in the Park With Starlight Cinema
Their lineup of movies actually looks pretty good.
Here Are Places Where You Can Celebrate “Derby Day” in Amarillo
This year, I decided to try and find an event somewhere in town that would be our own slice of the Kentucky Derby in the heart of the Texas panhandle.