When Chuck Smith kidnapped his own small boys to keep them from his estranged wife, a simple divorce case turned into an international family feud.
Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez has spent most of his 76 years swinging wildly at political heavyweights. Now he’s finally landed a punch—on the president of the United States.
Nothing about Lyle Lovett suggests he’d ever make it big. That’s precisely why he did.
Janis Joplin’s life was about music, rebellion, and excess—but she was influenced most by her tormented relationship with the people and spirit of Port Arthur.
From Scott Joplin to ZZ Top, a comprehensive guide to the best Texas music on CD.
My son ended his life after three years of madness and unbearable depression. Who am I to say he did the wrong thing?
Made on a shoestring, Slacker was a hit. Now fans wonder if Hollywood money will change Rick Linklater’s style.
Bigger than life, drive-in movies defined America’s giddy age of hula hoops, poodle skirts, and blue suede shoes.
Brownsville’s Sabal Palm Grove has it made in the shade.
A gift from James Michener enriches Texas’ student writers.
Can the desire to win transform Japan’s gung ho golfers into pros?
Small-town Texas gets a taste of national politics up close.
Deaths among rare rhinos leave scientists scratching their heads.