On The Road
Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie has a championship team on their hands… a championship tractor team. The school is taking part in the Delo Tractor Restoration Competition.
Like a lot of people Rusty Maisel had questions about the Bible, so he went looking for answers. Along the way he collected several biblical artifacts some dating back to 3000 B.C. I went On the Road to meet Maisel and his traveling exhibit called the Enduring Word Museum.
In the Lone Star State, you can find folks wearing cowboy boots for everything from bull riding to black tie affairs. But one man loves his boots so much that he’s taken them rolling.
I’ve seen a lot of after school programs where kids simply chase each other just to kill the time, but one program in Fort Worth is keeping kids on their toes, literally.
It’s just under the surface of the dirt. Most people walk right over it ever day. What is it? Buried treasure! Lone Star Treasure Hunters search for what hides beneath the ground.
He has been an artist his whole life, but you won’t find his art hanging in a gallery. To see Frank Campagna’s art all you have to do is drive around downtown Dallas.
This week marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic. The unsinkable ship hit an iceberg on April 14th, 1912 and sank, killing more than 1,500 people.
One person I have never forgotten is George Hilton. A few years ago I went by his place to do a story on his somewhat famous tree. You see Hilton is the man responsible for the ‘bicycle tree’ in Fort Worth.
Art is not always a painting or a sculpture.
They say the key to learning something is to have fun while you are learning and you will remember it better. Today I went On the Road to the Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind to find out about a new tool they are using to teach the visually impaired about braille.
The old squeeze box know as the accordion is not known for being a hip instrument but in today’s On the Road in Texas I met two young maestros’ of the accordion that are on a mission to make the accordion “cool”.
Classic cars have always amazed me because they have stood the test of time. To see an old car still running down the road shows how well those cars were made. You don’t see too many cars from the 80′s and 90′s any more because they were not made to last.