Her husband, Fred Baron, helped bankroll John Edwards's presidential campaign, only to die of cancer amid the most sordid political scandal in recent history. But before long, Dallas's newest rainmaker had emerged from the wreckage—with every hair in place.
In one year the eyes of the world will turn to Dallas's Dealey Plaza for the fiftieth anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination. Is the city ready?
Michael Morton spent 25 years wrongfully imprisoned for the brutal murder of his wife. How did it happen? And who is to blame?
Most guitars don’t have names. This one has a voice and a personality, and bears a striking resemblance to his owner.
Bobby Keys and the Rolling Stones: behind one of pop music's most famous solos.
Did domestic protests end the U.S.-Mexican War?
Matt Chandler's youthful take on that old-time religion, at Flower Mound's Village Church.
1. When Tea Parties Attack! Article III, Section 9, of the constitution of the state of Texas tells us that when a new session of the House of Representatives is seated, its first order of business is to elect a Speaker. What the constitution doesn’t tell us is that the Speaker’s…
The only female university chancellor in Texas (and president of the University of Houston) on her quest for Tier One status.
How Gary Tinterow, the new director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is convincing the art world that Texas is a must-stop destination for major exhibitions.
Gary Clark Jr.'s newest set, Blak and Blu, and five other albums by local artists.
There's more to the performance than meets the ear.
From FT33, in Dallas.
December’s must-attend concerts, shows, and festivals.