From the Blogs
Top 6 Daytime Drinking Spots in Galveston
They’re scattered all over the island, just beckoning folks to cut their workday short to enjoy some fun away from the workplace.Schooner AMERICA Visits Galveston
October 27-30, you’ll have a chance to board the ship that started it all when the legendary Schooner America visits the Texas Seaport Museum as part of a national tour. Don't Lose It!
When a ship arrives late (as Carnival did this past Sunday) Lorraine can’t help but wonder how many non-refundable airline tickets were lost.The History of the Harvest Moon Regatta
Back in 1988 when the first group of 17 boats set sail to race from Galveston to Port Aransas, the intrepid sailors onboard likely had little more on their minds than reaching their destination and finding the nearest tavern. Lone Star Rally Roars into Galveston November 3-6
North Dakota has Sturgis, which draws 750,000 bikers to the city for the 10-day event, and Daytona Beach has Beach Bike Week that attracts 500,000 over ten days. But pound for pound, bike for bike, Galveston’s Lone Star Rally is a major player on the scene. Moody Gardens's ICE LAND Returns with a Caribbean Theme for the Holidays
The ice carvers are back, chipping away at more than two million pounds of ice that are already being formed into sculptures for Moody Gardens’ upcoming ICE LAND exhibit, just in time for the holidays. UTMB Researchers Develop New Candidate Vaccines Against The Plague
Researchers from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have developed new potential vaccines that protect animals against the bacteria that causes the deadly plague.