With the announcement that Bill Murray will star in Wes Anderson's next movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel, the pair enters the upper echelon of American director-actor combos.
A recruiting scandal dating back to Brittney Griner's courtship takes the air out of the glorious seasons posted by the women's and men's teams.
Why did the cash-strapped organization turn down this hefty donation? Maybe because it was offered by controversial author Tucker Max, who has been called a misogynist—and worse.
Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III attends Jon Gruden's "QB" Camp and talks about the draft, his zany socks, and having his bike stolen.
The German auteur Werner Herzog interviews prisoners on death row in Texas and Florida for his gripping new television series.
The Mavericks' owner insinuates that Bill Simmons, ESPN's Sports Guy, is gay.
The formerly reclusive author moonlights as a copy editor, taking his red pen to Quantum Man, a biography of a physicist.
The Austin guitarist is part of an all-star blues jam at the White House.
A possible fourth iteration of Friday Night Lights would focus on “Mad Pirate” Mike Leach.
Could a weekend of golf with Tiger Woods set the Cowboys QB on the path to a Super Bowl?
Mariah carey punches leann rimes
Dennis Rodman starts a topless women's basketball team, Jamie Foxx fights another scandal, and Deion Sanders gets a dose of "real talk."
Drew Brees learns how to get to Sesame Street, Candy Spelling hoards Beanie Babies, and Sandra Bullock smuggles sausage.
A former professor at NYU claims he lost his job after giving the actor a "D" for skipping nearly every class.
January's must-attend concerts, shows, and festivals.
Charlie Rose interviews the Kennedys, the Rules of Basketball, BB King, and Grupo Fantasmo . . .
The Cotton Bowl, the Sex Pistols tribute in San Antonio, the Gourds, and the Dallas Safari Club’s Convention & Sporting Expo . . .
A "Funeral Party," Dale Watson, and Willie Nelson's New Year's Bash . . .
Inside the renovated LBJ Presidential Library, a yoga meditation ceremony, Caroyln Wonderland, and Robert Earl Keen . . .
Kenny Rogers, Stallion Boots Trunk Show, the Wyeths Across Texas, and Bill Clinton . . .
Underground Kingz, Sandra Cisneros, Wassailfest, and Phillip Glass . . .
Bob “Daddy-O” Wade's new exhibition, the Robisons Family Thanksgiving Show, The Santaland Diaries, and Bob Schneider . . .
December’s must-attend concerts, shows, and festivals.
Patty Griffin and "Her Driver," Painted Churches Tour, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Masterpieces from the Prado . . .
November’s must-attend concerts, shows, and festivals.
Lyle Lovett, a trip to the King Ranch, and a talk about "ancient Rome’s equivalent of a celebrity sex tape" . . .
Tesla v. Edison, the East Texas Pipe Organ Festival, Nick Curran's posthumous CD release party, and the Ferrari Festival . . .
Dobie Dichos, Marfa Architecture and Design Symposium, the World Championship Wild Hog Cook-Off, and Farm Fest . . .
How Trenton Doyle Hancock is reinventing his work.
A Victorian sèance in Galveston, the Spurs v. the Thunder, Roky Erickson, and the Texas Custom Bicycle Show . . .
Cryptopalooza, the Rothko Chapel Poem, Norah Jones, and the Chocolate & Wine Festival . . .
The outlaw country musician, who had a close friendship with Big Bird, would probably blast Mitt Romney for his threats to stop funding PBS.
The One O'Clock Lab Band, Cuero's Turkey Trot, Kenny Rogers, and the Scarecrow Festival . . .
La Follia, Zine Fest, Love This Giant, and the Master Model Builder competition . . .
Learning Butchery, the Dragonfly & Damselfly Workshop, "The Price Is Right Live," and Boogie, Blues & Brews . . .
October's must-attend concerts, shows, and festivals.
September’s must-attend concerts, shows, and festivals.
Bison Celebration Days, Shawn Colvin, Schützenfest, and Bill Callahan . . .
Gustavo Arellano, "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs," Kolache Festival, and the Xtreme Hummingbird Xtravaganza . . .
Aggie Football, Great Recession Orchestra, Marfa Dialogues, and Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body . . .
Robert Rodriguez, the Fort Worth Symphony's American Festival, Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, and the 16th Annual Grape Stomp . . .
The recent renovation to the state's most historic home left some preservationists worried that the changes to the mansion would be too significant.
A conversation with Elizabeth Avellàn, a drum corps performance, cooking classes by Ellise Pierce, and the Reliant Park World Series of Dog Shows . . .
Texas Ranch Roundup, a screening of Antone's: Home of the Blues, the Tejano Music Awards, and the Texas Dance Hall Showcase . . .
A group of Galvestonians work to open Jack Johnson Park, the city's latest effort to reclaim its most famous son since turning its back on him a century ago.
Bob Gomel's photo collection, the Sixth Floor Museum, Iron & Wine's Sam Beam, and folk singer Daniel Johnston . . .
The Made in Texas exhibit, the Texas Rangers, Music Under the Stars, and the Conservative U.S. Pageant . . .
The Kashmere Stage Band, Art From the Ashes, the Dead Sea Scrolls & the Bible, and a Rolling Roadshow on the banks of the Guadalupe . . .
Meat Loaf, the Cow Pasture Golf Classic, ZZ Top, and Leslie Fest . . .
The most famous of three tapestry versions of Guernica, Pablo Picasso’s anti-war masterpiece, has found a new home at the San Antonio Museum of Art after being displayed for nearly 25 years at the United Nations headquarters in New York. There, in 2003, officials controversially covered it with a blue curtain during Secretary