Did you know "Margaritaville" is actually set in north Austin? Er, sort of.
Lanier was in the Confederate Army, but that wasn't his legacy. So why is Sidney Lanier Middle School's name on the chopping block?
After years of trying to find out about the subject of this photo, clues emerge in an unlikely place.
As the price of crude keeps plunging and the oil and gas layoffs mount, more and more bad news is coming from Houston’s residential real estate market, even as some developers are building or planning still more luxury condo projects.
“Day for Night wants to be a festival no one has ever seen before” thundered a Houston Press blog headline earlier this month. I don’t know if I would go quite that far, but Houston has not seen an event quite like this since 1986, when Jean-Michel Jarre uplifted
A definitive analysis of the last six coaching changes and the talent (or lack thereof) each of them left behind.
Yeah, it sounds pretty tinfoil hat-y, but it isn't without precedent in the UT football program.
How SEC wargaming and Aggie fears got in the way of a much better postseason matchup.
The green anole is being displaced by its faster, fiercer relative, the brown anole.
What Is Happening To Texas’s Dance Halls? The Historic Tin Hall Closes Its Doors At The End Of The Year
As Cypress loses one of the oldest dance halls in the state, we look at what's causing the decline in their popularity.
More specifically, Houston might be not be a world-class medical center, Austin might not be the Live Music Capital of the World, and the Aggies might not have that recent Heisman Trophy-winning alum.
With early voting closing Friday and election day looming on Tuesday, supporters of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance have good reason to be concerned about its survival.
Quarterback woes, public staff bickering, and an injured Arian Foster shredded any hope for the Houston Texans, but those are the least of their worries.
You know you’ve seen it: condos multiplying, home prices tripling, realtors scrambling, buyers overbidding. Does our state’s fevered real estate craze make us the country’s best housing market—or the most overvalued? I went on a tour of our four largest cities to find out.
By the looks of it, McNair is more concerned with political influence than a winning team.
What a difference one game can make.
It's unfortunate, but the numbers don't lie.
Don’t be fooled by claims of economic diversification—the city still runs on oil.
The UT-OSU game was never going to be a fair fight. Here's why.
Oh, you think it’s okay to put peas in guacamole, ‘New York Times’? Let’s see how you like these Texan takes on classic New York City dishes. (The fourth in a series.)
Oh, you think it’s okay to put peas in guacamole, ’New York Times’? Let’s see how you like these Texan takes on classic New York City dishes. (The third in a series.)
Oh, you think it’s okay to put peas in guacamole, 'New York Times'? Let’s see how you like these Texan takes on classic New York City dishes. (The second in a series.)
Further study of Spotify’s music maps shows Texas artists’ pockets of popularity outside of the state.
As the doors to Cuban travel slowly re-open, the author’s dad recalls his epic road/cruise ship trip to Havana just before Castro’s take-over, and we remember Castro’s hero’s welcome in Houston a few months later.
Oh, you think it’s okay to put peas in guacamole, ’New York Times’? Let’s see how you like these Texan takes on classic New York City dishes. (The first in a series.)
The music sharing service shows how little Dallas and Houston have in common, how Austin loves critical darlings, and how much Aggies love Aggies.
As a San Angelo satirist proves, some people will believe any crazy thing you tell them in Texas drawls.
Flag-waving rebels roll on Walmarts from Houston to Amarillo, an Odessa songsmith pens an anthem for the movement, and a Houston-area man’s banner is vandalized.
Shipyard worker breaks every rule of gator safety and pays the ultimate price.
There are gators aplenty in East and South Texas, yet no Texan has ever been killed since records have been kept, despite close calls like what happened recently with a Chambers County boy.
With the sweets-stuffed effigies of the Big Apple mogul now on sale in the Valley, bashing the Donald just got that much easier.
Almost Half of Texas Believes Military Invasion Is Likely Coming; and Finally, the Conspiracy Crowd Finds the Link Between Blue Bell’s Woes and Jade Helm
Everything weird that has happened the last two months happened for a reason, you understand?
Mattress Firms are multiplying today as fast as chain pharmacies did twenty years ago, but how long can they stave off the future?
Our state flag kicks ass seven ways from Sunday. Maybe that’s why the vast majority of our city flags are terrible.
Proponents says it’s outgrown its small-neighborhood roots and that the move is indicative of the triumph of LGBT rights. Opponents say the event forsaking its soul in the name of dubious progress.
According to a New York Times blog, our mid-seventies hockey prowess elevates us to only eleventh among cursed sports towns.