The greatest player in the history of the Houston Oilers is, without a doubt, Earl Campbell. And Ross Greenburg, the former head of HBO Sports, is producing a documentary on the life and career of Campbell that will air later this year on the NBC Sports Network. And last month the MLB Network did a ... More >>
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Shelter from the Storm: Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Years By Sid Griffin Of the many different periods in the career of Bob Dylan, the years 1975-76 were particularly productive on a variety of fronts: the recording of Desire, two Rolling Thunder Revue tours, filming of Renaldo & Clara, and ... More >>
The short but storied past of Houston's legendary live music venue.
A decade and a half of devilish deeds and die-hard journalism
The D.A. shares something with those he's supposed to be probing: campaign support
Mirth and anger follow Berry's decision to run for mayor
Sour grapes, golden gloves and acidic comebacks on the campaign trail.
The government stands Pat in its high-profile cases. And Pat pursues his freedom.
Convicted felons Mike and Pat Graham are at it again, trading allegations for favors
Houston's new mayor is working as hard as, or harder than, his predecessors. Now if only he could find a way to tell people about it.
Dominique de Menil did what she pleased. Thank God.
Once upon a time in Humble, there lived two guys named Pat and Mike. They had a way of making people believe, and those people included some of Texas' highest public officials. While it turned out that their stories usually were just too good to be true,
Cy-Fairs experiment with year-round schools is being watched by other local districts. What they're seeing isn't pretty.
Thank the Lord, Jesus Christ above, this is Bob Lanier's last term as mayor of Houston. Now that he's bankrupt every city service, he's leaving the whole mess to somebody else. But who?
Though not unexpected, the death of the Houston Post was still a surprise. Even more surprising was how little truth got out about how and why the paper perished.
The city's ethics committee has no teeth, but it rarely takes a bite. Sometimes it doesn't even take its calls.
A winning documentary about the Clinton campaign's inner circle