Our complete guide to a great vacation on South Padre Island: the best spot for tanning, who serves the freshest seafood, how to rent scuba gear, where to see the prettiest sunset, and more.
… but can it last? That’s what Galveston officials are wondering as they put the finisheng touches on a nearly $6 million renourishment project—just in time for hurricane season.
From “Lone State Doom” to “Land of Violent Men,” a look back at Texas’ classic pulp fiction.
After years of arguing that vigorous activity is a key to good health, Kenneth Cooper is exercising his right to change his mind.
The tensions between the demans of the spirit and the demands of the world defined my marriage—and destroyed it.
Once he raced cars; now he builds them. Even at 72, it seems, Carroll Shelby can’t slow down.
George W. Bush got elected governor by promising to focus on welfare, education, tort reform, and juvenile crime. After his first one hundred days, he’s batting a thousand.
I had everything it took to win the Mr. Romance Cover Model pageant—except for the looks and the body.
Each week, record promoters flock to see Redbeard, the Dallas radio programmer with an ear for the best new music.
When Grover Lewis died on April 16, he left a legacy of unwashed greatness. That’s how he would have wanted it.
At the 1995 state high school wrestling championships, pinning wasn’t everything. It was the only thing.
The Secret Service lost a good man in the Oklahoma blast—and I lost an old friend.
The daughters of San Antonio’s most conspicuous family star in their own how-to videos.
The only surprise about the closing of Houston’s oldest papers was that it took so long.