How did the North Texas native convince a generation of TV fans that he was a dyed-in-the-wool Brit?
"Hellion," about a difficult 12-year-old boy growing up without a mother, opens in Austin, Dallas and Port Arthur on June 27 and in Houston on July 4.
In the 1980s, The Starck Club was where everyone—gay, straight, conservative and liberal—went to be themselves and to break the rules. With the release of an eponymous documentary, the history of the club is finally being told.
Some South by Southwest Interactive participants say the event has become more of a celebrity affair than a technology conference.
San Antonio District Court judge Orlando Garcia wrote: “This Court holds that Texas' prohibition on same-sex marriage conflicts with the United States Constitution's guarantees of equal protection and due process.”
“Las Marthas”: The Ordinary Lives of Laredo Debutantes Donning Gowns in the Style of Martha Washington
"Las Marthas," a documentary airing on PBS Monday, follows two debutantes from either side of the US-Mexico border as they prepare for their debutante ball.
It's supposed to be a bad time for print. Yet new literary journals and small presses keep cropping up in the state's capital.
The twenty-year-old festival makes the writers the real stars of television and movies.
"Ain’t Them Bodies Saints" is a Texas film in many ways—the setting, the story, the director, and two producers—yet there wasn't enough incentive to get the filmmakers to shoot the film in their home state.
Can the famous piano competition survive without Van Cliburn?
He won an Olympic Gold Medal in Helsinki. He rubbed elbows with Hollywood royalty like John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. He performed stunts in "McClintock!" and "Cheyenne." And now the 81-year-old former stunt man is publishing his memoir, "Cowboy Stuntman: From Olympic Gold to the Silver Screen."
The former Disney star busts a very R-rated move.
Why has almost nobody had a chance to appreciate the UT alum's Oscar-worthy turn in the delightful domestic farce "If I Were You"?
There are whispers that the company's production of a musical version of Giant could leap to Broadway.
Before the End, After the Beginning, the author's first collection since his stroke, draws on his personal crisis for inspiration.