Where does an actress of a certain age restart her life (and jump-start her career) after years at Hollywood’s mercy? If you’re former Bond Girl Lois Chiles, the answer is obvious: back home in Texas.
Tired of talking turkey? ‘Tis the season to feast on a bird that’s all it’s quacked up to beand other dishes created by five of the state’s hottest chefs.
Before you start wrapping presents, here’s a gift from us to you: a Texas-holiday-themed crossword puzzle. Sharpen your pencil and get a clue.
Three decades after his last megamission in Dallas, age and poor health haven’t slowed Billy Graham down (well, not much). He’s still the most powerful evangelist since Jesus, and there will never be another like him.
Did Richard King cheat his partner’s heirs out of a chunk of the King Ranch nearly 120 years ago? He may have—and if the Texas Supreme Court permits Chapman v. King Ranch, Inc., to go to trial, the past could come back to haunt the state’s most storied spread.
Cops who threaten torture. Prosecutors who go too far. Defense lawyers who sleep on the job. And an appellate court that rubber-stamps it all. Let’s be tough on crime, but let’s also see that justice is done.
Modernism may yet be proved dead, but if so, it has left an exquisite corpse in Fort Worth’s stunning new Modern Art Museum.
Election nostalgia already!
What ever happened to twin halfbacks Dickie Don and Rickie Ron Yewbet, the pride of the Corbett Comets? Forty years later, their story is still unbelievable.
A Houston couple says a hospital is responsible for their daughter’s severe disabilities. Should Texas’ highest court agree, the case will change health care as we know it.
When it’s time for her to give the gift of a revenue estimate, Comptroller Rylander could be naughty or nice. Either way, the Legislature better watch out.
Yes, you can really take your kids skating outdoors in Texasplus other ways to keep them busy (and yourself sane) when school’s out.
An Austin children’s book author stands up for herself (and African American girls everywhere).
Deep pockets and an uphill climb: S. C. Gwynne says the last days of Tony Sanchez’s campaign for governor looked an awful lot like the first.