With their forthcoming EP, the singer-songwriters seek to raise awareness for an issue that hits both of them close to home.
Thirty years ago, Texans who equated fine dining with chicken cordon bleu and trout meunière suddenly found themselves eating barbecued Gulf shrimp and goat cheese quesadillas. An oral history of the Southwestern cuisine revolution.
The films, TV shows, and panels not to miss at the SXSW film conference.
If you thought you knew, you were probably wrong.
Plus: Texas carries out the country’s first execution of the year, Rick Perry makes moves to rid his conflicts of interest, and the 'Mad Men' archive heads to the University of Texas at Austin.
Plus: State police search for 2,800 at-risk foster kids, beware the ballot selfie, and a bake sale causes trouble at UT.
Today my grandfather is buried in a family plot in Laredo. But to understand who he was and what his family was like, you have to know the story of his first burial, seventy miles away and nearly twenty years earlier.
A reminder that Charles Whitman’s shooting spree resonated far outside of Texas.
Plus: CPS leaders get the boot, Baylor suspends a football player for abusing his dog, and a long-standing Aggie football tradition abruptly ends.
Fifty years after the Tower shooting, the University of Texas is finally honoring the victims. What took so long?