Fawcett set the standard in the 1970s—blond, thin, and smiling. Thankfully, that’s changed.
We'll never know who Farrah truly loved, but everybody has agreed that the painting belongs to Ryan O'Neal.
The juiciest celebrity trial of the year concluded in December but not, alas, with a satisfactory answer to the most important question of all: Who was Farrah Fawcett’s true love?
From the construction of the state’s first public university in College Station to the swearing in of Governor Rick Perry for a third full term in Austin
The Corpus Christi ranch house where the bombshell lived during high school can be yours for $215,000.
Wes Anderson released the trailer for Moonrise Kingdom, Yao Ming saves pandas, and Vanilla Ice renovates more than his career.
A year of alarming art, befuddled bus drivers, crustacean confiscators, demanding donors, entomological eats, feckless felons, garbled George W., hideous headgear, inspirational ice cream, juiced journalists, KKK kiss-offs, Lubbock lampooners, mucho manure, nada nudity, oafish officials, P.O.'d policemen, quirky queens, raunchy Republicans, shapely sideburns, thanatological toys, used uniforms, vampire vanquishers,
HE MAY LOVE the smell of napalm in the morning, but Robert Duvall also has a certain affection for Texas. Over the years, some of his best-known films have been made here, including Tender Mercies (1983) and Lonesome Dove (1989). Now the 67-year-old has returned to the state again for
Farrah play. Plus: Remembering the forgotten people.
All she did was walk into the bar, sit down, and smile. But I knew right away why, even at age fifty, Farrah Fawcett is still an angel.
It was simple, really. With Charlie’s Angels, television discovered sex.
From alpha to omega, you can’t tell the sorority girls apart without a scorecard.
You may disagree, but we know we’re right.