At 38, Roger Clemens, the greatest pitcher ever to
emerge from Texas, is no longer carving up the
American League like he used to. Is the Rocket about
to flame out?
Susan Dell, the wife of Michael and the owner of a
pricey couture salon that bears her name, is the
perfect symbol of the new, mega-monied Austin. So
what if its thunderstruck natives don’t know quite what
to make of her? Meet the Capital City’s designing woman.
Although Johnnie Swearingen was one of Texas’ best
self-taught artists, his riotous paintings of his native
Washington County were anathema to some of the
local gentry. Now, in a satisfying twist, the works are
proudly displayed at the Chappell Hill Historical
Museum. Call it artistic justice.
Twenty-two years ago a Texas Ranger was shot and killed during a drug raid on the home of Greg Ott, a philosophy graduate student. Even today, no one really knows what happened on that tragic night.
Members of LBJ’s inner circle share their remembrances of a man whose powers of persuasion were truly awe-inspiring.
Who deserves credit for Lyndon Johnson’s newly burnished reputation? Harry Middleton, the director of the LBJ presidential library, who made hours and hours of White House audiotapes public—and in doing so, remade history.
From Fort Worth’s Amon Carter Museum to
Houston’s Pennzoil Place to Dallas’ forthcoming
Cathedral of Hope, architect Philip Johnson’s grand
vision for Texas is set in stone.
Where we go from here.
Put down that mouse and no one gets hurt: Meet a band of investigators in Houston and Dallas who are pulling the plug on a wave of computer crime.
In the fifties and sixties James Ling built LTV into one of the country’s powerhouse companies. But after three decades out of the spotlight, what’s his plan today?
For a laid-back coastal paradise that’s reminiscent of
the Greek Islands in the seventies, pack a bathing suit
and head to Montezuma, Costa Rica. But be
forewarned: Half of the adventure is getting there.
Houston audiences get their fill of “Tamalalia 2000.” Plus: High school baseball players carry the Mantle; a candid camera captures presidents and their families; Bill Cosby says the darndest things; and music fans pay the Price.
Be the king of all that you sorbet with a passion-filled dessert from Anthony’s in Houston.
How much money has the Brown Foundation given away since 1951?
A Houston actress launches her career.
Jim Lehrerthis just in.
Sixteen years ago, rookie filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen changed Austin with a Simple plan.
Defending John Cornyn.
Sam Chamberlain’s My Confession.
Does Tony Sanchez want to be your governor?