A talented infielder and a strong hitter who played around the world, he created an early iteration of the protective gear that now keeps baseball players safe.
The tons of contraband lunch meat seized at the U.S.-Mexico border tell us something about the market value of nostalgia.
There was crying in baseball after a Pearland pitcher beaned a Tulsa batter on Tuesday. What happened next might restore one’s faith in humanity.
A Lone Star State native living in Chicago insists that only small pastry squares filled with cooked fruit deserve that name.
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For decades, Roddy Wiley ran the only bank in the small town of Oakwood, which happily resisted modern technology well into the twenty-first century.
Teenagers Nigel and Shane Mushambi started a baking business that combines go-getter ambition with do-gooder optimism.
Scott Wade’s dusty windshield paintings are a temporary art form that makes a lasting impression.
Beau Burns doesn’t need limits on screen time, because his favorite place to be is out working in the field.
The 1930s estate in McAllen is home to a fifteen-acre wildlife sanctuary that invites visitors to foster conservation corridors in their own backyards.
In 1998, Texas Country Reporter did an episode about Roxanne Ward, a champion hog caller who was quirky, kind, and so unapologetically herself we’ll never forget her.
In recent years, Seguin has honored the group with memorials. My father agreed to build one—but then started having second thoughts.