The country megastars announced their divorce today.
Some unknown bidder in Dubai must have really loved Desperate Housewives.
Celebrity gossip mags would pay up to $500,000 for pictures of Blue Ivy and Jessica Simpson's spawn.
Matthew McConaughey reveals that he has moved back to Austin.
A former professor at NYU claims he lost his job after giving the actor a "D" for skipping nearly every class.
How Jim Wright schoozes, George Foreman bruises, ZZ Top trims, and Janet Evans swims, plus the straight skinny on everything else from nearly fifty other Texas celebrities.
It's official: James Franco will not be getting his creative writing PhD from the University of Houston.
Khloe Kardashian moves to Texas, haters hate on Matthew McConaughey, and Dr. Phil snips himself.
Last January, when senior editor Gary Cartwright flew to the Hawaiian island of Maui to see Kris Kristofferson, it wasn’t just to interview a movie star and hit songwriter—it was also to visit an old acquaintance (see “A Star Is Reborn”). The two met in 1984 through author Bud
She only turned eighteen on February 21, but Jennifer Love Hewitt’s résumé is beginning to read like that of a show biz veteran: At the moment, she has a starring role on a hit TV series, Fox’s Party of Five, and a self-titled pop album in record stores, and her
If you’ve seen a Kiss concert, a truck and tractor pull, or Miss Saigon recently, you can thank Houston’s Pace Entertainment for the privilege—and for the price you paid.
No longer judged a lightweight.
Give her regards to Broadway.
In the past twelve months they worked hard, overcame obstacles, bucked conventional wisdom, touched our lives, and—above all—demonstrated the conviction, character, and individuality that defines our state today. Presenting our second annual list of the year’s most interesting and influential Texans.
We asked twenty famous Texans: Will you carry a gun?
For sixty years, Austinite Raymond Daum befriended Hollywood’s biggest stars. Now he’s selling off his memories.
With wit and grit, Amarillo-born photographer Mark Seliger persuades reluctant celebrities to show their true selves.