LeAnn Rimes in Fort Worth, the Animal Architecture Awards, the first big Andy Warhol exhibition in Texas, and Johnny Winter in Dallas . . .
Kelly Clarkson in San Antonio, disco-dancing for a cause, Carnaval Brasileiro, and Anthony Bourdain in Austin . . .
Mardi Gras in Port Arthur, the watercolors of Charles Russell, the Winedale Quilt Show, and the couture of Jean Paul Gaultier in Dallas . . .
How two rare Stradivarius violins at the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra brought Michael Shih and Swang Lin, who both grew up in Taiwan, together.
Ruthie Foster in Houston, Don Hertzfeldt's short films, the Texas Yoga Conference, and National Anthem Auditions in Grand Praire . . .
The Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, dancing to Nina Simone, a forum with chef Alice Waters, and a Texas Cowboy Poetry gathering in Alpine . . .
Eva Longoria tells Mitt Romney to dream on, Glenn Beck spreads the gospel of Ben Breedlove, and Richard Garriott documents his space travels.
To promote his new movie, Rampart, the Midland-native decided to open himself up to an online chat on Reddit, but it didn't go the way he planned.
Could a weekend of golf with Tiger Woods set the Cowboys QB on the path to a Super Bowl?
Spoetzl Brewery's first Pale Ale debuts with a curious ad campaign.
A possible fourth iteration of Friday Night Lights would focus on “Mad Pirate” Mike Leach.
Lindale spitfire Miranda Lambert doesn't want to forgive and forget what Chris Brown did to Rihanna.
The Austin guitarist is part of an all-star blues jam at the White House.
The formerly reclusive author moonlights as a copy editor, taking his red pen to Quantum Man, a biography of a physicist.