The first Hispanic to lead Texas will be a Basque jai alai phenom, Dallas attorney, and Democratic state representative whose election, in 2018, will relegate the GOP to semi- permanent minority status. Wanna bet?
Why does a rich Houston investment banker spend his days traveling the globe, preaching to the uninformed and indifferent that the world’s supply of crude oil is in steep decline and the end of life as we know it is very, very near? Maybe because it is.
What will dining, both out and in, be like in decades to come? We asked the state’s top chefs and food folk, from Dean Fearing and Hugo Ortega to David Bull and Charles Butt.
The future according to third-graders.
What Comptroller Susan Combs is doing to make sure that everything is not always bigger in Texas.
Lance Armstrong tops our list of the dreamers and doers leading the way in science, sports, politics, music, art, food, education, and, of course, Dallas shopping.
Texas has the country’s most precise state water plan. So how is it that every one of our major cities is still on track to run dry in the next fifty years?
Greetings from Snowbirdlandia! Wish you were old.
There is no more important job than reshaping the military to confront a dark and dangerous future—and Pete Geren is reporting for duty.
The digital natives are restless, and traditional journalism just won’t cut it.
After the Texas Youth Commission imploded last year, one of the state’s fiercest advocates for criminal justice reform was tapped to help rebuild. Inside his yet-to-be-completed slog.
The perils of prediction.
Can Jim Atkinson change the world?
Geeks from Austin will destroy American cinema.
Katrina Moorhead; Teatro Dallas; Design Life Now.
Who’s the next Willie? The new Selena?
Diana Natalicio on the future of higher ed in El Paso.
Chapter Two: The Mustang Room, by Dominic Smith.
David Hanson on robot love.