Griffin Smith, Jr
Austin is trading old houses for new offices. The City Council calls it progress.
One Dallas paper clings tightly to tradition while the other, with a new editor, looks for something to cling to of its own.
All roads have to go somewhere; but it could be that roads in Texas are going the wrong way.
There are some restaurants in Austin that could coax wary gourmets out of their kitchens.
When we write a constitution for the first time in almost 100 years, everyone wants a piece of the pie. In spite of it all, the new draft turned out to be an improvement. Now it's the legislature's turn.
It's not easy these days to find a good wine selection at reasonable prices, but it can be done.
A Cityslicker's Guide to the Pits.