We used to be known for running backs, but all of a sudden, we’re famous for producing some of the country’s best passers, from Drew Brees to Colt McCoy. What turned our high school football programs into quarterback factories?
The short life and tragic death of Johnny Romano, the youngest professional skateboarder ever.
Only a few years after arriving in Washington, John Cornyn has become the capital’s most powerful Texan. Can he lead the Republicans back to power in the Senate?
How a mild-mannered database analyst from Dallas became the undisputed king of extreme competitive deep-frying in Texas—which is to say, the world.
Forget the Outer Continental Shelf. There’s a good old-fashioned boom happening in Midland, thanks to a crafty drilling technique that unlocked the secret reserves of the Permian Basin and revived the late, great West Texas oilman.
After a year on the job, the superintendent of the largest school district in Texas is loathed and loved in equal measure. Does that mean he’s doing his job?
One more trip—would it be the last?—to Toledo Bend Reservoir with my dad.
The wheels of justice (or injustice) continue to turn in the shockingly bizarre Mineola swingers club case.
Wayward dog droppings, “barbecue” versus “grill,” flag displays, and the best way to get a husband to slim down.
Shelby Hodge on covering high society.
The Houston Texans defensive tackle shows us what he eats.
In this high-desert hub just north of Big Bend National Park, you’ll find Western artwork, Mexican handicrafts, and the unexpected snow cone.
Robert Rodriguez is our most prolific filmmaker. But is he selling himself short?
A new album by Sahara Smith.
Larry McMurtry’s new memoir plays it close to the vest.
A new album by Ryan Bingham.
The Sword’s singer-guitarist on the band’s new album, Warp Riders, and more.