So what if Sandra Brown’s novels have wildly implausible plot twists, banal endings, over-the- top characters, and other literary no-no’s. She’s published nearly 70 of them since 1981, and 55 have gone on to be best-sellers. We’re sure the sex scenes have nothing to do with it.
An East Texas prison ministry is trying to heal crime victims and rehabilitate criminals by getting them to talk.
True-life tales from the files of one of Houston’s top
How has the state’s most storied ranch managed to survive and thrive in the twenty-first century? By operating in a way that its founder, Captain Richard King, would scarcely recognize.
Does Ron Paul’s opposition to the Iraq war make him a traitor to his party and his country? Or the only real Republican in the presidential race?
Let’s go to the science fair!
Texas Southern University’s missed opportunity.
Where the great silent majority is taking politics, here and elsewhere.
In the ninth-largest city in America, boring is the new exciting.
What 2008 means for Texas.
Westheimer Road, Houston
The gospel according to Yolanda Adams.
An open letter to Ethan Hawke.
The Texas Education Agency flunks out.
William Martin reviews our places of worship.
“Kids used to be so excited just to have an opportunity to play. Now I see more of a mentality of entitlement: ‘I’m a tremendous athlete, so you owe me this.”