From the Blogs
Humans of Galveston: Life is an Adventure for Lady of the Sea
I met Crystal, 35, at a Happy Hour at the Proletariat on Market Street. She was kind enough to share her story with Humans of Galveston. The Mitchell Family Continues Legacy of Preservation
Mitchell Historic Properties recently finished painting the exterior of the Dargan and Tobyn building and it looks beautiful!Artifacts. Stories.: The Gun Battery
In Episode Six of Artifacts. Stories., we meet George Osbourn at Fort San Jacinto for a tour of what is left of a concrete gun battery built to protect the city and harbor and to secure the entrance of Galveston Bay.Fishing Reports: September & October Were Tough, Looking Forward to Better Conditions
August and most of September were much tougher months to fish than I have seen in all my years fishing our area since 1974, which was 6 years before I began charter fishing.6 Fall Events Not to Miss This October
Fall brings beautiful weather and some of the BEST events the Island has to offer. Check out seven things you can do this October!The Birds of Moody Gardens: Fall Migration is Upon Us
With the heat and humidity of July and August behind us, September typically signals the onset of Fall Migration and cooler temperatures. Three Charters Leading the Galveston Fishing Rodeo
A new annual fishing tournament kicked off on Friday, September 28. The Galveston Fishing Rodeo is open to private and guided anglers and includes daily weigh-ins at the Galveston Yacht Basin. The Cruise Lady: Don't Lose It!
When a ship returns to its home port late, Lorraine can’t help but wonder how many non-refundable airline tickets will be lost. The Cruise Lady: Cruise Ship Balcony No-No's
Just because you booked a balcony room does not mean that the balcony is PRIVATE! Far from it!Rosenberg Treasure of the Month: October 2018 - The Beach Hotel
During the month of October, Rosenberg Library will exhibit items related to the Beach Hotel, Galveston’s first oceanfront resort property. Opened in 1883, the impressive structure operated for just fifteen years before it burned to the ground in 1898.