When southern pine beetles attack a Texas forest, there are only two cures: cut the trees down or let nature take its course.
Without these funky watering holes, where would we—much less our cattle and sheep—be today?
The boom has quietly ended in Iran; fruitivores live longer, says T. C. Fry; a repo man nabs a truck and a sheriff nabs him.
Their business may read like a sci-fi script, but these aging astronauts, former NASA engineers, technocrats, and high-risk junkies are serious about selling space.
It’s one of the best-kept secrets in the state. But what the Texas Memorial Museum needs is somebody’s attention.