This week we continue our discussion of famous outlaw women who made their way through or were from the Lone Star State.
Texas is famous and infamous for its outlaws and badmen who operated outside the law. But there are many famous women outlaws who made their way through or were from the Lone Star State.
This year was quite a ride! Today we’re taking a look back at some of our favorite topics of 2018.
As we prepare for Christmas, let’s take a moment to say thank you with a classic Texas Christmas story. With a twist.
Do you like confusing narratives, strange pacing, abusive toxic relationships, and great country music of the late 1970s? Boy do we have a movie for you! Today we watch the 1980 classic, Urban Cowboy!
Dutch Nobleman? American businessman? Embezzler? Con Man? Colonizer? Despite a complicated and contradictory history, what’s clear is that no one played a greater role in helping the Austin family establish the first Anglo colony in Texas. This week we look at the complicated life of the self-styled Baron de Bastrop!
An athlete, a dancer, and an actor, this Texan charmed his way into our hearts with his tough-guy charm and heartbreak smile. Today on Come and Take It, Pain don’t hurt… because we’re paying tribute to the late, great Patrick Swayze.
This week continue our discussion of the first man to be both Speaker of the House and Vice President, Texas’ own John Nance ‘Cactus Jack’ Garner.
He was the first Texan to serve as the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and as Vice President of the United States. He was outspoken, cantakerous, and controversial, and relished his nickname ‘Cactus Jack’. This week we cover part one of our discussion of John Nance Garner.
Texas is big y’all. The massive state is 268,597 square miles, sub-divided into 254 individual counties. Today we’re discussing how much of this beautiful state we’ve actually seen.