When he brought his last play, Immortal Longings, to Texas to run at the ZACH Theatre in Austin, Corpus Christi native Terrence McNally shared his lifelong career of sophisticated playwriting that so many have come to expect from the Tony Award-winner. Here, Rob Giardinelli and Lance Avery Morgan share an exclusive peek inside McNally’s myriad of talents.
When Holland Taylor returned to Austin with her “cantankerous and charming” tribute to Governor Ann Richards at the ZACH Theatre, it was a tour de force, as political activist commentator Deborah Hamilton-Lynne learned in this exclusive interview.
Learn how changing your perspective can create a more stress-free holiday experience — so you can truly enjoy the magic of the season.
The Native Texan sisters, Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means, are taking the boot world by storm with their chic creation, Miron Crosby. Already featuring locations in Aspen and Dallas’ Highland Park Village, they are growing their empire and expanding their presence in Texas with a new store in the River Oaks section of Houston, as our stylish Rob Giardinelli learned recently when he caught up with them to learn more about their success.
Texan Judd Servidio might just be the hardest-working person in the food world today. A personal chef, with his new book, Salt & Vanilla now out, he’s having the time of his life helping the world eat healthier…and smarter with his favorite creations that he shares in the tome. Here, our Lance Avery Morgan gets up close and personal on how Servidio got to where he is today.
When it comes to spell-binding uses of color, look no further than San Antonio native and fine artist, Allison Gregory. From the time she first picked up a paintbrush at age five, she has brought every space to life while bringing more happiness with her vivid and plentiful use of color in her artwork.
Matthew Bomer is flying high these days. This week the Spring, TX native stars in the Showtime series, Fellow Travelers, based on the award-winning eponymous book from 2007. The series’ span of decades, from the 1950s to the 1980s, matches Bomer’s range of superior acting. There’s no doubt that with his talents, and his leading man good looks, Bomer has a long, healthy career ahead, as our Lance Avery Morgan learned when he caught up with him.
exas style industry business leader Matt Swinney has many irons in his professional fires. These days, his hottest brand is Fashion X Austin, as well as the re-launch of Fashion X Dallas. The events’ array of Style Strutters, who are spotlighted at the fashion events that give back to charity, are always a fan favorite.
Held at the Brook Hollow Golf Club in Dallas, this year’s event for the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club President’s Dinner Dallas had attendees who helped to raise just over $300,000 to fund essential after school programs for more than 11,000 young people at ten locations throughout the Bronx. The event was chaired by Dallas-based designers Jan Showers, Shelby Wagner, and Claire Emanuelson.
Houstonian Lois Chiles, a great beauty, was one of Hollywood’s most cast actors in the 70s and 80s. Here, our resident cinephile, Lance Avery Morgan, looks back at her style-setting career, from perky ingénue to powerful Bond Girl, in some of the greatest films of the era.Now, with the 50th anniversary re-release of the 1973 hit she co-starred in with Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford, The Way We Were, the world will be able to see her talents once again.