Timothy Yost has a chance to turn his life around after finding the money while washing his feet along the bank of the Colorado River.
The Homegrown Music and Arts Festival, Jimmie Vaughan, and the South Texas Heritage Center . . .
A Robert Johnson Tribute, International Surfing Day, Juneteenth, and Cocktail Week in Dallas . . .
Concerto in Eight Courses, Rodney Crowell, and the Texas Blueberry Festival . . .
Shuttlebration, the Lone Star Uke Fest, and A Tribute to Elvis . . .
The Round Dance Halls of Texas, Kristin Chenoweth, and the Bathing Beauties Contest . . .
The Lone Star Jam, meeting Phil Collins, and the Houston Art Car Parade . . .
The Chicken Fried Steak Festival, George Clooney, and a Tribute to Roy Rogers . . .
How a rare statue in an unassuming temple made the capital city a place to seriously study Buddhism.
Roasting an Entire Steer, Fiddlers' Frolics, and the Moontower Comedy and Oddity Fest . . .
One of the most talked-about scenes in Terrence Malick's Oscar-nominated film finally explained.
The acquisition of the California fiction writer's papers aligns with the center's new mission of "literary-canon formation."
Another battle for Austin's soul divides a community.
Carol Burnett, Texas State Gospel Singing Convention, the Runaway Scrape and the Kemah Crawfish Festival. . .
The Sulphur Creek Iron Chef Cook's Challenge, Spoon, the Aurora Picture Show, and Battle on the Bernard. . .
The Memorial Hermann Ironman 70.3 Texas triathlon, Trenton Doyle Hancock, and the Avocado Takedown . . .
The Art of Recycling, an interview with Darrell K Royal, Texas Onion Fest, and the LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour . . .
Dean Terry of the University of Texas at Dallas has invented "EnemyGraph," a new Facebook app for things you hate.
The new television show, which satirizes church-going Dallas socialites, draws ire from Newt Gingrich and a score of others.
Robert De Niro stars in "Being Flynn," a new movie about the life of Nick Flynn, a part-time U of H writing teacher.
The impersonator who made a name for himself perfecting the mannerisms of the president, died at his home in Los Angeles of what appears to be natural causes.
South by Southwest in Austin, Mythbusters, the Dolly Johnson Antique and Art Show, and Judoka at the Houston International Performance Art Biennial . . .
The Zilker Park Kite Festival in Austin, Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, Bill Maher, and an Art of the American Twenties exhibit in Dallas . . .
The Texas Music Roadtrip Exhibition in Austin, Ryan Bingham, Jeb Bush, and St. Patrick's Day Celebrations in Shamrock . . .
For some military families at Fort Hood, there isn't enough money to make ends meet.
The DIY filmmaker raises his own bar with the creation of the cable television channel El Rey, which is geared to the English-speaking Latino market.
Lindale spitfire Miranda Lambert doesn't want to forgive and forget what Chris Brown did to Rihanna.
Spoetzl Brewery's first Pale Ale debuts with a curious ad campaign.
To promote his new movie, Rampart, the Midland-native decided to open himself up to an online chat on Reddit, but it didn't go the way he planned.
Eva Longoria tells Mitt Romney to dream on, Glenn Beck spreads the gospel of Ben Breedlove, and Richard Garriott documents his space travels.
The Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, dancing to Nina Simone, a forum with chef Alice Waters, and a Texas Cowboy Poetry gathering in Alpine . . .
Ruthie Foster in Houston, Don Hertzfeldt's short films, the Texas Yoga Conference, and National Anthem Auditions in Grand Praire . . .
How two rare Stradivarius violins at the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra brought Michael Shih and Swang Lin, who both grew up in Taiwan, together.
Mardi Gras in Port Arthur, the watercolors of Charles Russell, the Winedale Quilt Show, and the couture of Jean Paul Gaultier in Dallas . . .
Kelly Clarkson in San Antonio, disco-dancing for a cause, Carnaval Brasileiro, and Anthony Bourdain in Austin . . .
LeAnn Rimes in Fort Worth, the Animal Architecture Awards, the first big Andy Warhol exhibition in Texas, and Johnny Winter in Dallas . . .
Woody Harrelson wishes he was Jerry Maguire, a Kristofferson enters the wrestling ring, and Larry McMurtry's book criticism gets criticized.
Wes Anderson released the trailer for Moonrise Kingdom, Yao Ming saves pandas, and Vanilla Ice renovates more than his career.
A federal court ordered Eisenhauer Market, where vendors sold fake LV bags, to pay the high-fashion company $3.6 million for trademark infringement.
Dennis Quaid moves back to Texas, LeAnn Rimes's mom keeps her from baring it all, and Larry Hagman wants to be a plant.
Ruby Jane Smith, Return of the Herd of Harpsichords, Sarah Jarosz, and the Texas A&M Singing Cadets . . .
Willie Nelson and Friends, Cowgirl Round-up and Showdeo, Black Eyed Pea and Cornbread Cookoff, and a New Year's Eve show in Emo's new digs . . .
Sara Hickman, Carolyn Wonderland and Guy Forsyth, a TubaMeisters Christmas, and the von Trapp family sings . . .
Erykah Badu and the Cannabinoids, Four Funny Females, Clint Black, and Amtrak's Fortieth Anniversary . . .
Spindletop turns 100, Shawn Colvin performs with Lyle Lovett, the MLK, Jr. Symposium, and a Rick Riordan exhibition at the Witliff Collections . . .
Khloe Kardashian moves to Texas, haters hate on Matthew McConaughey, and Dr. Phil snips himself.
The Mavs vs. the Heat, Lavelle White in Austin, RG3 takes on the Alamo Bowl, and Hayes Carll plays the John T. Floore Country Store . . .
The Polyphonic Spree, Breakfast with the Cranes, YouTube tournament, and O. Henry's Gifts of the Magi . . .
Tamales! Holiday Festival, the Nutcracker, Holiday Wine Trail, and the Charlie Daniels Band . . .
Kinky Friedman's Hanukkah Tour, Mariachi Mass, Renegade Craft Fair, and Jamie Foxx . . .