Let's break down the pros and cons to each of them.
Texas’ favorite octogenarian is taking his grandpa game to the next level.
Depleted uranium can be buried at a nuclear-dump site in West Texas, and the Dallas Cowboys is the first U.S. sports franchise to top $3 billion in worth.
Spicy ketchup was just the tip of the iceberg.
The "handsome mugshot guy" has some competition.
In a preview of our September cover, Patterson says college players shouldn't be able to monetize their famous names.
OG Air Jordans. One-of-one Adidas. Retro New Balances. These—and countless other styles—are all for sale at the Houston Sneaker Summit, and thousands of people are willing to lay down hundreds of dollars to get them.
The Corral Theater, which opened in Wimberley in 1948, bills itself as the only outdoor "walk-in" movie theater in the country that shows first releases. But to keep that title, the theater must digitize.
The Texas locations in Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" shape the movie, which was filmed over 12 years, as much as the actors. Some could be faked; others, Linklater explains, couldn't.
University of Texas regent Wallace Hall has been accused of leading a witch hunt against UT-Austin president William Powers. But the Dallas investor insists he's doing his job. And he doesn't care what you think.
Thirty years ago, Texans who equated fine dining with chicken cordon bleu and trout meunière suddenly found themselves eating barbecued Gulf shrimp and goat cheese quesadillas. An oral history of the Southwestern cuisine revolution.
West Texas isn't the first place you'd think of in association with craft beer, but the Big Bend Brewing Company, established nearly two years ago in Alpine, found that the demand far exceeded even its optimistic expectations.
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The State Bar of Texas has found “just cause” to pursue disciplinary action against Charles Sebesta, the district attorney who sent Graves to death row.
His high school pals call him "Mr Archer City." After an uncontested candidacy, he now helms the 1,800-person oil and cattle town at a time when it faces a water crisis and the worst drought in its history.
That's what summer boils down to: Thirteen opportunities to rip up your Friday-to-Sunday routine and go in search of adventure on the high plains. Or utter Relaxation along a languid East Texas river. Or cooler climes inthe historic heart of santa fe. Or the tastiest red enchiladas in El Paso. Or . . . well, you get the drift.