Posted on · The team was founded almost 50 years ago, its name an ode to the founder's Hispanic heritage. "It was just a wild idea," Larry Ramirez says.
Posted on · Episode: 3108 Source Material. Today, straight from the horse’s mouth.
Posted on · More than two dozen World War II veterans came to the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library on December 7, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. They included Aaron Cook, one of the last living Texans to have survived the attack.
Posted on · It's common knowledge that in 1621 the first Thanksgiving was celebrated at Plymouth. But some say the “real” first Thanksgiving took place over 20 years before near present day El Paso, when at least 400 Spaniards, in an exploration led by Juan de Oñate, feasted with the Mansos tribe.
Posted on · We all know Texas is a red state. Democrats haven't won a statewide election since 1994, and Republicans have carried the state in every presidential election since 1976.
Posted on · A University of Houston anthropology professor has donated artifacts to the National African American Museum of History and Culture, which open this weekend in the nation's capital.
Posted on · Episode: 1212 Human history in terms of macroparasites and microparasites Today, we wonder who feasts upon whom.
Posted on · Episode: 2472 Julia Child: Kitchen Innovator Today, bon appétit!
Posted on · Episode: 3079 Rodolphe Lindt and Chocolate Conching Today, smooth.
Posted on · Episode: 1195 Dhuoda writes to her son in Ninth Century France Today, a remarkable woman opens a window on another age.
Posted on · Episode: 1166 Searching for the historical Josquin Desprez Today, academic detectives look for the real Josquin.
Posted on · Some argue that Lanier is a name worth keeping.
Posted on · Mega-publisher McGraw-Hill has apologized and said it will revise the book.
Posted on · Between 1907 and 1914, 10,000 Jewish immigrants from the Russian Empire landed at the Port of Galveston, bound for cities all over the West.
Posted on · It was fifty years ago today that President John F. Kennedy was in the middle of a short swing through Texas as he tried to shore-up support in a state where voters weren't so sure about re-electing him in 1964. Kennedy's brief visit to Houston on Thursday, November 21, 1963, was the last full day of his life.