Every spring and fall, thousands of buyers head to Round Top Antiques Week, looking for the object of their dreams—or just a cheap doodad to hang from the rearview mirror. A field guide to separating the corny dogs from the nineteenth-century armoires.
Ten years after their remarkable fall from grace, no one is quite sure why the onetime Nashville darlings tumbled so far—and never got back up.
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Half a century ago, the women’s basketball team at Wayland Baptist College set an extraordinary record that may never be broken: the longest winning streak in sports history.
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Steve Earle on leaving Texas, kicking drugs, and watching himself die on TV.
Texans don’t love guns just because we’re Texans.
Running a halfway house for female ex-cons.
The West Texan editor of Poetry magazine leaves his plum gig for divinity school.
Terrence Malick is suddenly making a lot of movies. That’s the good news.
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April's must-attend concerts, shows, and festivals.
At Spoon, Dallas chef John Tesar doesn’t let his ego eclipse the seafood.
Good enough to eat raw. But there’s a better way.
There’s more to this former German colony than bratwurst and giant pretzels.
The essential Southwestern stone is having a modern moment.