Somebody had an adventure.
"Historical" racing is here to stay (for now), and former Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington steps down because of marital problems.
Residents and alumni hate all the suggestions, Valley cities are passing resolutions to call their neighbors out, and somehow "Bears" is still a viable option.
Rick Perry invites the Mexican president for a visit, and the Court of Criminal Appeals has a busy day.
The Phoenix-like cult favorite show from Austinite Rob Thomas returns in another new form.
A sci-fi radio play performed against a backdrop of comic book illustrations and enlivened with homemade sound effects (like a rattling box of mac and cheese) takes the stage.
A new list of college rankings from Washington Monthly puts two Texas schools in the top ten—but not the two you might expect.
It was just last year—amid spectacular losses and dramatic resignations—that the University of Texas saw its sports program go up in flames. As the new athletics director knows, a return to glory now rides on one person: him.
Amber Venz was just a pretty Dallas girl with good taste and a blog, until she figured out something revolutionary: how to make money with every post. Meet the 27-year-old queen of a whole new fashion empire.
When throngs of shoe fanatics descend on Houston for the annual Sneaker Summit, it’s the perfect time to understand the sole of a man. And if you happen to be a high school junior named Adam, the goal is finding the right pair of Nike Galaxies for a mere $750.
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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.
"Every year, thousands of ducks, geese and cranes migrate south along the Rio Grande corridor. I used to watch them - until I realized I could join them." - Chris Dahl-Bredine, Photographer & Pilot
In a preview of our September cover, Patterson says college players shouldn't be able to monetize their famous names.