The nationwide dine-in cinema chain remains popular despite accusations of union busting and allegations of sexual assault.
By showcasing local food and its star’s struggle with alcohol, House of Ho attempts to make billionaires “relatable.”
In his unusual new book, “The Tip of the Pyramid,” Tony Diaz preaches the need for “cultural accelerators” to combat right-wing reaction.
In her memoir "Hope and Hard Truth," Mary Beth Rogers reveals the political grit and big heart that helped elect a legendary governor.
The annual Marfa Lights Festival brings together artists, tourists, and even Indigenous residents of the Big Bend region.
“Texas has a long history with the use of unreliable evidence. [It also has made] unique efforts to address that searing history.”
Outside of the Twitter drama, some disability advocates embraced musicians’ efforts to be inclusive through changing their songs.
The Houston comic’s new Netflix show is an immigrant-asylee-personal dramedy that pays tribute to his love of Bayou City.
"I want people to see themselves more," the Latinx actress says of her role in the Prime Video reboot of A League of Their Own.
A new nonfiction book reveals dark details of a clash between white and Vietnamese shrimpers, corporate polluters, and the KKK in Texas.