Anne Dingus, a former senior editor for Texas Monthly was born in Pampa in 1953 and is a freelance writer living in Austin.
From bullet bras to panties emblazoned with the Lone Star flag, a brief history of women’s underwear in Texas.
What to do if you’re bitten by fire ants, lost in the
wilderness, sprayed by a skunk, attacked by a shark,
stuck in a lightning storm, swept away by a riptide, or
caught in any of eleven other worst-case scenarios.
What to do in ten more worst-case scenarios, from
getting bitten by a brown recluse to getting caught in a
I’ve been collecting vintage Texana
since I was ten years old, and believe me, I’ve got loads.
But it’s time to sell.
Explaining the enduring appeal of Jell-O can be as challenging as, well, nailing it to a tree.
With March 6 fast approaching, let’s doff our coonskin caps to the Serious Alamo Guys, a band of mostly Anglo, mostly bearded, mostly fifty-plus historians who are Bowie-knife sharp on the subject of the mythic battle.