Why Peter Bogdanovich filmed in black and white, who discovered Cybill Shepherd, which onetime soap opera diva read for the role of Jacy, and other secrets of the making of The Last Picture Show .
Three years after her Olympic glory, the gymnast is once again in competition—only this time, it’s with her parents.
There’s something romantic about a jailbreak, even when the escapee is a cold-blooded killer on death row. That’s why our feelings about Martin Gurule were more than a little complicated.
Make that around $275 million. A roundup of last year’s top Texas philanthropists, from Tex and Buzz to Manny and Heavy Cat.
If your family has a history of cancer, are you doomed? Even though many of his relatives—including his famous father—succumbed to the disease, Mickey Mantle, Jr., didn’t think so. Then he got sick.
Scenes from the new oil bust.
How an African American from Houston’s Fifth Ward rose to become the president of a mostly white, exceedingly
Why did Willie, Lyle, and other big names pay homage to me by recording my songs? Because I asked them to. You got a problem with that?
The state’s reigning piano prodigy is a nine-year-old from Carrollton? No kidding.
The power brokers at this year’s legislative session aren’t elected officials. They’re lobbyists—and we know which ones have the most clout.
Sandra Cisneros’ colorful victory.
Fort Worth officers and teachers get to know Marilyn Manson.
Texas-friendly tips for watching the Grammys
Houston’s hot preacher writes a (good) book.
A family feud threatens to close the best barbecue joint in Texas.
As Valentine’s Day desserts go, this one from Houston’s Houstonian Hotel takes the cake.
At what age was Leon Jaworski the youngest lawyer in the history of Texas?