Jim Atkinson

Stories

Downtown

Street barricading in Dallas.

Downtown

Houston police chief Lee Brown is doing things right; crime is down, public approval is up.

Downtown

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a developer with a million-dollar idea or a homeowner with a yen to remodel. You can’t bend any rule at all without approval from the Board of Adjustment.

Texas Monthly Reporter

A question of honor in San Antonio; Christian harmony in Dallas; a wage dispute in Houston.

Downtown

The maddest crowd in town? The incensed citizens at the Dallas Auto Pound who have to shell out for the privilege of reclaiming their towed vehicles.

Texas Primer: The Wishbone Offense

Darrell Royal’s supremely simple invention took Texas teams to the top and kept them there.

Downtown

You have to wonder if guys like San Antonio’s C. A. Stubbs aren’t the future of urban politics.

Downtown

A dog’s best friend?

Downtown

The Dallas Citizens Council has a new look, but it’s singing the same old tune.

Downtown

Look into the Houston sky—those helicopters are full of commuters who are having fun.

Downtown

The DA in El Paso may do a lot of things, but there’s one thing he doesn’t do—plea-bargain.

Downtown

The Dallas movie board is antiquated and eccentric, like a wacky uncle.

Downtown

Buckle up for your own safety—and save $35.

Downtown

The cure for San Antonio’s inner-city malaise may be worse than the disease.

Downtown

Dallas cracks the whip on weeds and litter.

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