Thursday marked the end of an Irving tradition when the Big State Drug Store closed its doors after more than 65 years in the historic downtown area.
Ever since Big Tex burned to the ground one year ago, fans of the State Fair of Texas have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of his replacement.
Big Tex is back home in Fair Park. Crews returned the rebuilt mechanical cowboy Friday. But the cultural icon is hiding out for now under a large white tent.
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The State Fair of Texas has chosen a new voice for Big Tex when he is resurrected on September 27, 2013.
A cross-dressing, often homeless man who became something of a local icon in Austin has died. An unofficial motto in Texas’ capital city is “Keep Austin Weird,” and Leslie Cochran exemplified it like no one else.
Everyone may not realize it, but America just lost its mother. Barbara Billingsley, who died Saturday at the age of 94, was the prototype for American mothers the way John Wayne was the prototype for American […]