The greatest coach, the most-fearsome players, the top teams, games you shouldn’t miss, and more.
Half the state hates them and secretly admires them. The other half admires them and secretly hates them. Such is the plight of the decade’s best high school football team.
Eleven years later, the Permian High School Panthers remember Friday Night Lights, the book that put them—and Odessa—on the map.
Investigators in the coastal plain think so, and they’re doing what they can to tie the retired NASA engineer to the deaths of at least four young women there. But thus far the tangible evidence has eluded them. And, consequently, so has he.
Madeline at Neiman Marcus, the Capitol, the Alamo: A classic children’s heroine comes to the Lone Star State—and a bookstore near you.
You might be bunking in a room that would give Martha Stewart seizures, but at these eleven guest ranches you can saddle up and get in touch with your inner buckaroo.
Drugs. Cussing. Funeral home regulation. George W. Bush is on the ropes—or is he?
How an elementary school turned itself around: a South Texas success story.
Forgive state senators like David Sibley and Bill Ratliff their jockeying to succeed Lieutenant Governor Rick Perry. They want to be number two; they have to try harder.
The Wiccans of Fort Hood have conjured up their share of enemies, including a Republican congressman and a Baptist preacher. Are their claims of religious freedom appropriate, or are they off base?
For an outing that’ll make you go stark graving mad, visit Texas’ peaceful old cemeteries—and experience the esprit de corpse.
I was lured to Central America by the promise of “unspoiled adventure travel.” After sailing for a week in the Caribbean, I can report that I wasn’t disappointed.
Don Graham doffs his hat to J. Frank Dobie.
Barbara Mandrell’s Corpus Christi harmonies
CDs by Daniel Johnston, Don Walser, and Willie Nelson; BOOKS by Tom Grimes and Joe R. Lansdale.
The tycoon from Texas who’s very much in Vogue.
There’s something unorthodox—to say the least—about the Christ of the Hills Monastery in Blanco.
Art works in two small museums in Port Arthur and Tyler. Plus: A new image projected in Fort Worth; a masterful exhibit mounted and timely music played in Houston; and an in-tents new circus in Austin.
Revenge of the bird: A pleasant pheasant from the Rough Creek Lodge near Glen Rose.
The University of Texas Tower figured in which movies?