Forget Jimmy Carter—this is what the New South’s all about.
Especially for sorority sisters.
Two self-styled Texas soldiers of fortune engineered one of the more bizarre jailbreaks in history. Here’s how it happened.
That’s what country music is, and that’s why it plays in Peoria.
The girl wanted love, the men wanted money, and when they all got together it was murder.
Especially not in Sweetwater: the score at last count was Humans 10,000, Rattlers 0.
How a doctor got hooked on drugs, and how he got off.
The weirdest student demonstration ever.
The cockroach. What else?
Dope sellers obey the law—of supply and demand.
Wrestling isn’t fixed; it was never broken.
Hugh Aynesworth can’t escape what he witnessed in 1963.
A real-life detective caper, complete with surprise ending.
Hint: his initials are B.S.
Will Texas International Airlines's “whiz kids” fizzle?! Will sexy Southwest conquer all?! Will Braniff lose its routes?!
Abilene, Abilene, strangest town I’ve ever seen.
If you thought you knew, you were probably wrong.
The best places to study Spanish in Mexico.
From machismo to counterculture in one decade.
How the Texas heat can sap your energy, dull your intelligence, send you to an early grave, and make you sweat.
Out on the Gulf in a small boat, searching for the makings of shrimp cocktails, shrimp baskets, and shrimp salads.
For A.O. Pipkin, happiness is a head-on collision he wasn’t in.
Climbing the social ladder, and other exercises at Hill Country summer camps.
The private life of a public high school.
The war against pornography can get dirty.
The White House is the only challenge left.
What is it like to miss the sexual revolution (and some others) by a mere handful of years?
While you’re waiting at the depot, Amtrak bickers with Washington, railway moguls, and itself.
Witches are where you find them. But where is that?
The GOP and Democratic chairmen are both from Texas. Right there the similarity ends, or begins, no, ends.
Leaving Cheyenne, which may be Larry McMurtry’s best novel, is made into a miserable movie. This is how it happened.
Those who enforce our narcotics laws often use the stuff themselves.
Behind the mask is a man of God, a man devoted to the all-American goal of winning the all-American game as few have done before him.
An Aggie views the closing of the Chicken Ranch. George Washington didn't sleep there, but many famous and unfamous Texans did.
Old Glory is a long way from Madison Avenue, and Bigun Bradley probably knew it.
A veteran hunter and guide tells how it's done.
Big-time poker players don't worry about luck; they don't need it.
Crime is a craft and has its secrets.
One giant step backward for the Moonmen.
Why the best runner in pro football ran right out of the game.