Step aside, White Claw.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the Old 97’s frontman discusses his new book of poetry for children, the creative benefits of sobriety, and the song he’s dying to have Willie Nelson sing.
To drink or not to drink—that is the question in Bowie County.
More minutiae from the University of Texas at Austin's infamously comical police blotter, including memories from longtime author Darrell Halstead and the story of a student who "made" Campus Watch.
Texas buys more beer than every state except for California, though we're only #8 per capita.
Playboy's annual list of "Top 10 Party Schools" is out, with SMU scoring number one for "Best Nightlife." Former champion UT is still in the top ten, along with TCU.
Two stories explore what is happening in East Texas as more and more towns vote to sell alcohol.
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.
Constables in Trinity and Smith counties have both busted home distilleries this month. Did reality TV inspire these alleged home hoochmakers?
A Springtown man suffers a life-threatening wound after he was stabbed in the leg with a broken golf club on the Eagle Mountain Lake course in Fort Worth.
When liquor by the drink went into effect in 1971, Texas changed forever.
Saint Paul said that a little wine is a fine thing. He must have known something.
His friends say the king of country rock is getting mellow. The question is, mellow compared to what?
A long overdue homage to a cornerstone of Texas culture.
From machismo to counterculture in one decade.