Miranda Lambert has a lot to be happy about—she’s recently married, with a brand-new album and a string of hits that has made her the toast of Nashville. So why is she so twangry?
Terry Grier is the hard-charging, reform-minded, optimistic superintendent of the largest school district in the state. He’s also the most divisive, embattled, and despised man in Houston. Did it have to be this way?
When Warren Jeffs fired his attorneys and decided to represent himself in his sexual assault trial, many predicted, accurately, that he would fail miserably. Few realized just what a wild show he would put on.
From Fort Worth’s Kimbell to Houston’s Menil, Texas’s museums are home to some of the world’s most important paintings and sculptures. To devise a list of our ten greatest works on view, we asked more than sixty curators, gallery owners, critics, and other insiders for their favorites.
Why would anybody take a charming place like Highland Park, tear down the nice old homes, build new fortresses, gradually drain the neighborly spirit, and call that progress? Don’t ask me. I don’t get it either.
As hydraulic fracturing (a.k.a. fracking) has unlocked untold reserves of natural gas, it has also unleashed a wave of concerns about pollution and, for one family in the Barnett Shale, a long nightmare.
The roots of Rick Perry’s frontier style.
Scott Pelley on anchoring the CBS Evening News.
The chef shows us a glimpse of his life outside the kitchen.
This sports-crazed Dallas suburb may be one of the fastest-growing places in the country, but you can still find signs of its cattle-driving past.
A new album by the Gourds.
The seventies band of brothers from Victoria on getting into music, staying away from drugs and liquor, and releasing their first album.
A new album by Jason Boland & the Stragglers.
In Donna M. Johnson’s memoir of a Pentecostal childhood, religious zeal and illicit love nearly tear a family apart.
What does a rash of new reality TV tell us about the Metroplex?