Is Phil Collins’s legendary Texana collection everything it’s cracked up to be? An adapted excerpt from ‘Forget the Alamo: The Rise and Fall of an American Myth.’
A committee is recommending that the State Board of Education cut the word from the school curriculum standards because it is ’value-charged.’
How San Antonio handles the Alamo Plaza redevelopment will say a lot about what kind of city it wants to become.
An El Paso man thinks he's got a good candidate for Texas History Month. Is he right? Yes, but . . .
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced a commemoration of the Battle of the Alamo that includes the historically questionable John Wayne movie.
The former land commissioner is challenging Bush in the primary to stop him from changing the Shrine of Texas.
Discovering the Mosheim school.
The truth hurts, as historians discovered when they broke the news that Crockett surrendered.
Long may Bella keep the grounds free of rodents.
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas aren’t giving up the Alamo without a fight. This should surprise exactly no one.
Governor Greg Abbott’s honeymoon shadow, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick’s prayers, and an effort to keep the United Nations out of the Alamo.
With rattlesnake skin tacked to the particleboard walls, wagon wheel chandeliers, and black-and-white-checked tablecloths, Willie’s aesthetic can be described Little House on the Prairie chic. This joint has a large menu that caters to local tastes (brisket tacos, fajita plates), and it was packed during the weekday lunch rush. Meats
For the first time since it was penned by commander William Barret Travis 177 years ago.
They’ve got lots of meat options at Willie’s, and the longer we stood in the cafeteria line, the easier it was to convince myself to order them all. Well, I didn’t quite get them all, but I do admire that Willie’s will sell you any amount of
Christopher Erck, owner of the Worm Tequila and Mezcal bar in San Antonio, applied to trademark the phrase, "I can't remember the Alamo," a joke the custodians of the historic structure found none too funny.
A new rule from the General Land Office is set to allow caterers to serve alcohol at events held in Alamo Hall, a building that is not within the 1836 bounds of the fort.