Bill Minutaglio

Bill Minutaglio
  • Martin Luther King

    The Night Martin Luther King Jr. Came to Dallas

    In their new book, Dallas 1963, Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis examine the city’s culture in the early 1960s and the events that led up to JFK’s death on Nov. 22. Full Story

  • A rubber factory destroyed by the 1947 Texas City disaster.

    In West Explosion, Echoes of Another Texas Tragedy

    The explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, on Wednesday raises the same questions that followed the 1947 disaster in Texas City, the largest industrial accident in American history. Full Story

  • Remembering Claude Stanush

    It was a late, sweaty summer night in San Antonio, it must have been 1980 or 1981, and we were up on Maverick Hill […] Full Story

  • River City Soul

    Inside the fading white wood house on Belmont Street in the heart of San Antonio’s East Side, Vernon “Spot” Barnett is keeping one eye […] Full Story

  • Bush’s Burnish

    In 1999, folks who attended the Texas Book Festival banquet in Austin witnessed an astonishing moment: George W. Bush magically appeared as a mystery […] Full Story