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How I came to love Larry McMurtry.
Richard Linklater's newest movie received a rollicking hometown reception.
Bernie, which is set in Carthage, opens nationwide on April 27 and stars Jack Black and Shirley MacLaine.
The executive editor on Miranda Lambert hitting it big, her marriage to Blake Shelton, and one of the country star’s most unappreciated assets.
The executive editor on attending TCU, following the Horned Frogs, and why Gary Patterson may be the best college football coach in Texas.
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Skip Hollandsworth talks about rigs, the trickle-down effect, and the new generation of oilmen.
A violent tackle in a high school football game paralyzed John McClamrock for life. His mother made sure it was a life worth living.
Here is a partial list of the nice people Skip Hollandsworth has written about since he joined the magazine as a staff writer in 1989: Charles Albright, a serial killer in Dallas who removed his victims’ eyes; Marie Robards, a Fort Worth teenager who killed her father by…
Defending the boy who killed his father; Ivan Rodriguez is a hit.
Farrah play. Plus: Remembering the forgotten people.
Thought the competition between Texas cities was over? Until my daughter was born in Dallas and a friend’s was born in Austin, so did I.
JUST AS HE WAS FINISHING up “Poisoning Daddy”, his tale of a Fort Worth teenager who killed her father, senior editor Skip Hollandsworth set out to interview the sibling models featured on this month’s Face page. As it happened, one of the sisters, Wende Parks, had been the…
No high diving boards at public pools. No cameras in operating rooms. All this and more, thanks to lawyers.