Baytown wunderkind. Officer in Vietnam. Founding editor of this magazine. A-list screen writer. With a resume this stellar, you’d think he’d be satisfied. Not even close.
The North Texas teenager went missing in the late eighties. For years, no one knew where she was, or even if she was still alive-no one, that is, except a mysterious young woman two thousand miles away.
Growing up in Wichita Falls, I was a skinny kid with buckteeth and a girl’s name, so I got into my share of fights. To improve my odd’s of winning-and turn my anger and fear into bravery and skill-I learned to box.
It’s the question on everyone’s mind now that the former attorney general is suddenly running for governor. The answer could determine whether his political prospects go up in smoke.
Whether you want to hike it, raft it, drive it, or all of the above, here’s everything you need to know to get the most out of a trip to Texas’ greatest treasure.
If you’re looking for endless stretches of pristine coastline, more birds than you can count, and the state’s largest concentration of alligators, then Port Arthur is your gateway to an unexpected adventure.
The real Enron scandal.
Tom Craddick of Midland wants to be the first Republican Speaker of the House in Texas since 1873. He may already have the votes, but his critics are questioning his tactics.
Is the Dallas Mavericks’ Mark Cuban a pushy billionaire with a lust for publicity, or is he an energetic owner who has saved the team? Do we have to choose?
When Matt Clark succumbed to cancer in 1998, the young writer left behind an inventive unpublished novel called Hook Man Speaks. Then his friends stepped in-and brought the book back from the dead.
A groundbreaking exhibit and an accompanying book make this a banner year to stand up and salute the history of Texas’s flags.
On the trail of Texas’ unhappy hunting grounds.