“Guys like me like Iraq,” says Houston oilman Oscar Wyatt. “That’s the way the real world works, baby.”
Visitors may suffer from culture shock upon seeing the artistic riches of “Mexico: Splendors of Thirty Centuries.”
Young Mexican artists look inward for magic, menace, and machismo.
Nice-guy bodybuilder Larry North has muscled his way into Dallas’ power circles.
Stormie Jones’s historic transplant gave her four and a half good years. But at what cost?
On the hundredth anniversary of San Antonio’s Fiesta, a duchess from the 1963 court still cringes at her memories of the social whirl.
The highway patrol unveils a new secret weapon in its war against unrepentant speeders.
Leave college application to the kids? Not when other parents hire SAT coaches and speech writers for theirs.
The music of T-Bone Walker, the Texas guitarist who put the boogie into “jump” blues, is now definitely on record.
Photograph by Ave Bonar
A year ago, Michael Dell was Wall Street’s whipping boy. Now he’s its darling.
How does NBA superstar David Robinson handle his millions? He passes them to a real mom-and-pop operation—his parents.