In the bush leagues, rooting for the home team can be a humbling experience.
What do you do when you have more paintings than walls to hang them on?
There’s more at stake than money when two hustlers cue up.
Smile, you're a candid camera.
Fans: lovely to look at, delightful to feel.
The most popular club at the Colonial Golf Tournament is the one with barstools.
It takes all kinds of ethnic music to make the world go round.
A Texas farmhouse relives those thrilling days of yesteryear.
Anybody who thinks Jones, Jones & Baldwin is just a trio of small-time, small-town attorneys is headed for big-time trouble.
Positively the latest in sound thinking.
The only way Red Garland could make us mad would be to quit playing piano.
Ready when you are, CB.
In some towns, high school football is still a way of life.
Love beads are out at rock concerts these days.
Texas fashion is not exactly a rags-to-riches story.
We invite you to look our gift guide in the mouth.
In San Antonio, some people feel that no News is good news.
From alpha to omega, you can’t tell the sorority girls apart without a scorecard.
Especially for sorority sisters.
If the boot fits, wear it.
If you thought this summer’s film lineup looked promising, pinch yourself. "The Big Bus" and "Logan's Run," are anything but a reviewer's dream.
Nashville inspired Willie Nelson—to leave.
That’s what country music is, and that’s why it plays in Peoria.
A tale of white sails, blue water, and how they turn refined men into barbarians.
Your next home movies may not win any Academy Awards, but at least they don’t have to be rated ZZZZzzzz.
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's latest book "The Final Days" is just too much hocus-pocus.
“Buy now, play later,” says the Dallas Theater Center.
Some rugged individuals are called to the carpet.
Court costs and other rackets.
Wrestling isn’t fixed; it was never broken.
People bring their gangly quarter horse colts to Bubba Werner to transform into winners. Now and again, he does.
Splendor in the suburbs.
The proof of your imagination is in the paper.
Elmer Wayne Henley is neither safe nor sorry.
Not all the action was on the field at Super Bowl X.
When a noted American humorist retired to Alpine, the joke was on him.
A tale of chukkers, stable snakes, Andy Warhol, and the booming sport of polo.
Requiem for a musical heavyweight, the hard-singing, hard-living girl from Port Arthur.
Taking a nostalgic turn around some old merry-go-rounds.
A candid celebration of ten years of the Astrodome and Astrothink.
Five radio announcers who’ll help you make it through the night, or day.
An old-timer in radio broadcasting remembers some things he’d rather forget.
One of pro basketball’s smartest players thinks about everything but the game.
Waylon Jennings in the dark corners of stardom’s light.
For a theater owner, money has redeeming social value.
The war against pornography can get dirty.
Ben Crenshaw picks his favorite golf holes.
How to tell a tweeter from the Dolby, and other hi-fi mysteries explained.
Will success spoil Ben Crenshaw?
Bringing back the Ghost of Christmas Past.