By Calvin Miller Podcast Manager In this episode, Calvin concludes the History of Fredericksburg as he talks about the town rejoining the rest of society after their self-imposed isolation following the Civil War. Fredericksburg is now a hot spot for tourism when people visit Texas and with all the things to do there, it's no wonder why, tune in! Featured Image by KTSW Multimedia
By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager In this episode of History of the Hill Country, I will be exploring the rich history of Fredericksburg, Texas. Originally, the Comanches had settled into this area, but as settlers began moving further and further west into Texas, this pristine area was eventually uncovered. After a small group surveyed the land, the word was sent out and hundreds of settlers began arriving into the area, mainly of […]
By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager In this episode of History of the Hill Country, Calvin explores one of the farthest towns way out west in the Hill Country called Junction, Texas. All throughout the Hill Country, there are little towns sprinkled here and there, and Junction shouldn't go unnoticed as it's one of the last stops before the Hill Country gives way to Big Bend Country. Listen in! Featured image by KTSW […]
By Calvin Miller Web Content Contributor For this article, I want to dive into some other content we create here for the station. As a web content contributor as well as podcast producer, segment producer and manager of the podcast & segment team, I want to display some of the content we create on that side. For the first podcast I want to highlight, I am choosing: Good Bad Movies […]
By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager In this episode of History of the Hill Country, Calvin dives into the history of San Marcos, Texas, the home of our wonderful school, Texas State University. Tune in as Calvin brings us up to date about what made this town! Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.
By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager Join us in this episode as Calvin continues his tour throughout the Hill Country and finds himself detailing the towns of San Saba (home of Tommy Lee Jones as well as the Pecan Capital of the World) and Lampasas! Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.
By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager In this episode, Calvin Miller continues to take us through the Hill Country to sites such as: the LBJ Site, Pedernales River and State Park, the History of the South Congress Avenue bridge in Austin, as well as Lady Bird Lake along with Enchanted Rock. In addition to these sites, Calvin introduces us to Texas and Austin notables such as Willie Nelson, Michael Dell, Jody Conradt and […]
By Calvin MillerPodcast Manager In this episode, Calvin continues his journey through the Hill Country starting with Dripping Springs, then onto Bee Cave (even though it can be called Bee Caves), followed by the Lakeway area and finishing up the episode with Barton Creek! Check this episode out for some great information on these popular areas of the Hill Country. Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.