Galveston’s Johnny Romano, the youngest professional skateboarder in history, passed away from leukemia.
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Add these crucial Texas authors to your reading list.
The Fort Worth band crafted a dark legend about Possum Kingdom Lake that many are still eager to believe 25 years later.
In the wake of the organization's missteps, it must reckon with its culture this offseason.
Finally, a scientific means of determining whether Austin, Houston, Dallas, or Waco could hold out the longest against an army of bloodsuckers.
Vampires and private investigators loom large in the Houston rapper's spooky new show.
Ray Gene, proprietor of Longview’s singular It’ll Do Tavern, passed away last weekend.
Geekdom's Lorenzo Gomez grapples with his hellish time in middle school.
The Austin-based jobs site has aired some curious ads during the Astros-Nationals games.
It’s the players, not the front office, who are giving fans something to cheer for this World Series.
In one of the first scenes of Diane Paragas’s film Yellow Rose, protagonist Rose Garcia (played by Tony Award nominee Eva Noblezada) goes on a date with a boy named Elliot (Liam Booth). The pair gallivant through the streets of downtown Austin, and they…
Mezghebe fled East Africa, landed at Texas’s Casa Marianella, and performed with Maggie Rogers in Austin.
The legend of the former Texas marshal figures prominently in Damon Lindelof’s new series.
In her third book, ’The Weil Conjectures,’ the Austin author revisits the equations of her youth.
The communal feeling among the fans who forgo seats at Minute Maid Park makes for a singular experience.
After assistant GM Brandon Taubman’s weird behavior following the Houston team's Saturday win, their authorities made things worse.
The coffee table book ‘Marfa Gardens’ proves that there’s more to desert flora than cactus and agave.
As he takes over for the legendary Dirk Nowitzki as the face of the franchise, MFFLs are hoping for more from the young Slovenian than just thrilling play.
The Austin author traces the history of the movie that changed his life.
A new book celebrates a pair of well-established African American and Latino communities that are disappearing from Texas's fastest-growing city.
The filmmaker turned novelist revisits the city of his youth, in all its pain and glory.
Holly George-Warren's biography of the Port Arthur singer covers the drugs and excess, of course. But it also uncovers the hard-working professional hidden behind all the live-hard-die-fast trappings.
In his second science fiction novel, the Austin writer envisions a dystopia ruled by Space City lawyers.
The Edinburg author's latest poetry collection forges strength from a childhood filled with pain.
In 'Savage Appetites' the Marfa journalist tries to understand her—and other women's—obsession with violent criminal acts.
The Houston sisters turned Los Angeles neighbors talk about writing, Texas, and their father’s famous potato recipe.
'A Cosmology of Monsters' brings the haunted house novel to the Texas suburbs.
The author of "The Years That Matter Most" spent a lot of time at UT-Austin—where he saw reason for hope.
A new biography of ’The Tyler Rose’ demonstrates that the legendary running back’s insistence that he wasn’t a transformative racial figure was too modest by half.
The MVP of MVPs is still adding to his legendary status.
Plus, a clothing company that sports El Paso pride and a one-stop shop for Mexican treats in Houston.
Kate Purdy talks about rotoscoping her hometown of San Antonio for the year’s best new TV series.
The rapper continues to lift up those in need in his hometown.
Mr. Mabel needs to come home.
When Jared Padalecki steps into the ass-kicking boots of Chuck Norris, we hope the CW’s new show will honor the original’s comedic legacy.
The Austin native talks making a beaded guitar for Shakey Graves—and how a skull on the side of the road helped him find his medium.
Two new books remind us that the Lone Star State once had a nationally powerful tradition of liberalism.
Music still sounds different coming from more intimate venues, where daytime festival acts can take center stage.
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Fringe, rhinestones, and boots were in full display at the Austin music festival.
Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece connect tacos with community issues in their new show on Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network.
Twenty years ago my hometown made national headlines when the local college staged an internationally acclaimed play about gay men and the AIDS crisis. The people I grew up with are still feeling the aftershocks.
The reclusive Austin-based animator is reissuing his cult graphic novel.
The Texas gymnastics star is poised to set yet another record at this weekend’s finals.
Sure, they’ve had the better football teams in recent years. But we’re still the better state.
The Dallas-based artist has collaborated with writer Shea Serrano on multiple ’New York Times’ best-sellers.
The band’s guitarist discusses how his Wimberley roots informed the band’s latest release ’Two Hands.’
The best-selling Texan author takes on the silver screen in his latest book.
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