One day in 1962 Ross Perot read Thoreau’s insight that the “mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” The country hasn’t been the same since.
Now that he’s got it, what does Ross Perot plan to do with it?
What happens when ordinary people put on extraordinary clothes?
One man’s obsession with kicking Perrier in the derriere.
A drop-by-drop analysis of the major brands of Texas designer water.
In Dallas, people call the new superintendent of schools the Messiah. Now all Marvin Edwards has to do is prove they’re right.
An artist’s fancy takes flight over the Rio Grande Valley.
Visitors to the Harris county Jail resign themselves to the hours they must spend waiting in line to get fifteen precious minutes with an inmate.
What kind of woman gets her own skin-care company, a place in Nouvelle Society, and the second-most-eligible bachelor in the world? Meet Georgette Mosbacher.
Texas With Tumors?
On temporary assignment, a newspaperman sees that when it comes to TV news, what you see is just about all you’re going to get.
A Houston bellhop by day, tenor saxman Grady Gaines has come out of retirement to bring back the trademark sound of a great rock and roll band.
SMU’s fall socer season had cheerleaders; it had a band; it had pom-pom girls. What it didn’t have was excitement.
San Antonio media indulge in self-flagellation over Henry; Dallas goes gaga over Tom Cruise; Hoston thrills to a Pearl of a blues singer.
The sounds of country; the life and death of the bay; the interpretation of our state’s history.
The newest threat to Houston mayor Kathy Whitmire is an old face; an investigation of an acid leak turns sour; a Texas congressman may take over the banking committee.