At the historic Austin Saengerründe Halle, the male members of the German singing club are looking for new blood and women are welcome. They just don't get to
Judy Jensen, an Austin artist who specializes in reverse glass painting, is producing replacements for broken 156-year-old Burmese paintings in an
An Austin woman who, as a child, was a rare girl player in a predominately boys Little League, is still at it as an adult. Brianna Fleet doubles as a Little
A beloved Western Swing band from Texas is back in the saddle. Armed with "Songs from Beautiful Texas," its new CD, Al Dressen's Super Swing Revue is once
After Ross Phillips was cured of leukemia by a bone marrow transplant, his grateful teenage daughter launched a drive to recruit more registered bone marrow
Round Rock motorcycle builder creates rolling works of art as he works through a traumatic past in his home country of Lebanon.
The latest crop of Americorps volunteers, sworn in at the Texas State Capitol Thursday, will spend much of their time responding to natural disasters.
As more than 1000 bicycle enthusiasts head for this weekend's LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour at Stonewall, members of the Wheelmen, an international organization
Thanks to a retired Austin special education teacher, with disabilities of her own, a group of students with developmental disabilities is getting a big boost
The four members of Houston's "Warrior Spirit Band" are taking a break from their nationwide touring to bring their message of healing for struggling veterans
In North Austin, a feral goat trapped by urban growth claims squatter's rights on property housing the Central Texas Girl Scouts Headquarters.
An Austin musician, with no training in composition or music theory, not only composed a full symphony, but got it recorded by an orchestra in New York.
A documentary film, now in production, will shine a bright light on the shadow world of film stunt work.
A new book by Glenn Frankel, the Pulitzer Prize winning director of the University of Texas Journalism Department, uses the famous John Ford movie, The
At Austin's Seton Medical Center, harmonicas are being drafted in the battle to extend life and ease symptoms in patients with COPD, an incurable lung disease.
Like millions of couples, J.B. and Edna Snead enjoy celebrating Valentine's Day. But this year, their observance is just a warm-up for the Sneads' 75th wedding