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Austin's Kathy Valentine takes us behind the scenes at the star-studded ceremony, which debuts on HBO this month.
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Morgan Page and Dustin Rice spent nearly three years roaming the state for "Bones of Texas," which features images of long-gone communities.
The best-selling debut author remembers the Permian Basin home she fled as soon as she could.
Sylvia Casares returns to her Brownsville roots with this frontera-style family dish.
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An exhibit at the Centre Pompidou in Paris (France, that is) spotlights the work of a Texas filmmaker too often taken for granted.
Dallas-based sandal upstart Hari Mari has become a national force in the fashionable footwear industry.
The kickoff keynote from the massively popular Houston author ended with a Townes Van Zandt singalong.
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Even as new developments rise around it, Houston’s 19th Street remains a funky, independent haven for shoppers.
Over three installments, we follow a film team as they—by bike, horse, and canoe—document how a physical wall would affect the area, water, and its people.
Using their grandmother’s recipe—and a ranking system—the Ruiz women have gathered since 1972 to make tamales and strengthen ties.
From Asian flavors to seasonal, live-fire surprises, some of Texas’s best chefs went for the unexpected at The Edge of Texas nighttime events.