When it comes to moviemaking, there’s no place like home.
Ann Richards, Bob Bullock, and Gib Lewis are headed for a crash over the stated budget.
Giant is just one of the best movies about Texas.
How Hollywood sees us—and how Hollywood got us wrong.
From wheezy-voiced geezers to yuk-it-up yokels, these actors excel at portraying the stereotypical Texan.
The Lone Star State plays a lead role in fourteen new releases.
It’s got everything: romance, action, tragedy, coonskin cap.
Oscar-winning screenwriter Horton Foote continues to capture ordinary people coping with life’s difficulties.
Dallas is a city that has prided itself on having escaped the hostility of the civil rights years—until now.
In Texas, the cowboy boot still makes the man.
Kicked out of the Miss USA contest, two Texas beauty moguls landed on their feet and started their own pagent.
Under Jim Hightower, the agriculture department was liberal and loose. Under Rick Perry, it will be corporate and crisp.
Action abounds in the new slide show at the San Jacinto Monument, but the view of history falls a bit short.
Four Seasons Hotel, Riverside Cafe, Austin
Photograph by David Levinthal
Williamson-Dickie of Fort Worth has a blue-collar gold mine in Dickies work clothes.
An Austin investigator clues accountants in on how to sniff out financial shenanigans.