Which sports did Babe Didrikson dominate, and in what Hepburn-Tracy film did she appear?
Form follows dysfunction.
Janis Joplin’s life was about music, rebellion, and excess—but she was influenced most by her tormented relationship with the people and spirit of Port Arthur.
When Jimmy Lee, an unrepentant troublemaker, felt he had taken one insult too many from the powerful Fredeman family, he called in the law. The results of that action have exposed decades of larceny and corruption in Port Arthur and threaten a Gulf Coast empire.
Requiem for a musical heavyweight, the hard-singing, hard-living girl from Port Arthur.