Some of the brightest country music stars—like Mark Chesnutt and Tracy Byrd—are born in the honky-tonks of Beaumont.
In the wide-open spaces of Marfa, late sculptor Donald Judd’s immense legacy beckons West Texas travelers.
Married for 32 years, my parents both died of AIDS, and we, their children, may never know why.
If casino gambling comes to Texas, it’s a safe bet that the Pratt family of Dallas will be in on the jackpot.
It’s not just another roadside attraction—here’s to a lasting monument of Texas kitsch.
The survivor of a long and torturous journey, George Jones stands alone as the greatest country singer alive.
With eight books in print, David Lindsey has established his own gory niche in the world of mystery writers.
I went to Palacios to get away from city life, and I fell in love with the gracious but endangered ways of small-town living.
David Greelish of El Paso is nostalgic about technology, so he collects the antiques of the future—computers.
The University of Texas at Dallas gets a new president—and a healthy does of controversy.
It’s up to the Texas Supreme Court to solve the school-finance mess. Guess what? They can’t.
A new musical from a group of Lubbock expatriates celebrates West Texas’ bawdy past.