Ingrid Grobey

Articles by Ingrid Grobey

Texas History 101

Apr 1, 2004 By Ingrid Grobey

From the somber passing of a tejana queen to the day the music died, tragedy has left its deep mark upon a few bright, talented musicians who called the Lone Star State home during their short lives.

Crime Scene

Apr 1, 2004 By Ingrid Grobey

Suzanne O'Malley, the author of Are You There Alone? The Unspeakable Crime of Andrea Yates, talks about mental illness, postpartum psychosis, and Rusty Yates.

Texas History 101

Mar 1, 2004 By Ingrid Grobey

If you've ever admired the Indian Lodge at Davis Mountain State Park or the spring-fed swimming pool at Balmorhea, then you're looking at the handiwork of young men in the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Dancin’ Days

Mar 1, 2004 By Ingrid Grobey

The Houston Ballet's new artistic director, Stanton Welch, talks about growing up in Australia; creating the evening-length work, Tales of Texas; and replacing Ben Stevenson.

Image Maker

Feb 1, 2004 By Ingrid Grobey

Associate photography editor Leslie Baldwin discusses assigning photographers, editing pictures, and researching George W. Bush