Dean Terry of the University of Texas at Dallas has invented "EnemyGraph," a new Facebook app for things you hate.
The new television show, which satirizes church-going Dallas socialites, draws ire from Newt Gingrich and a score of others.
The German auteur Werner Herzog interviews prisoners on death row in Texas and Florida for his gripping new television series.
Robert De Niro stars in "Being Flynn," a new movie about the life of Nick Flynn, a part-time U of H writing teacher.
The Mavericks' owner insinuates that Bill Simmons, ESPN's Sports Guy, is gay.
The impersonator who made a name for himself perfecting the mannerisms of the president, died at his home in Los Angeles of what appears to be natural causes.
For some military families at Fort Hood, there isn't enough money to make ends meet.
The Zilker Park Kite Festival in Austin, Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, Bill Maher, and an Art of the American Twenties exhibit in Dallas . . .
South by Southwest in Austin, Mythbusters, the Dolly Johnson Antique and Art Show, and Judoka at the Houston International Performance Art Biennial . . .
The Texas Music Roadtrip Exhibition in Austin, Ryan Bingham, Jeb Bush, and St. Patrick's Day Celebrations in Shamrock . . .
The DIY filmmaker raises his own bar with the creation of the cable television channel El Rey, which is geared to the English-speaking Latino market.
The formerly reclusive author moonlights as a copy editor, taking his red pen to Quantum Man, a biography of a physicist.
The Austin guitarist is part of an all-star blues jam at the White House.
Lindale spitfire Miranda Lambert doesn't want to forgive and forget what Chris Brown did to Rihanna.
A possible fourth iteration of Friday Night Lights would focus on “Mad Pirate” Mike Leach.