As an heir to the Dallas Morning News, Robert Decherd has vindicated his father’s name, waged and won a newspaper war, and emerged as the new leader of the Dealey dynasty.
Is it any surprise that a toddler who goes to sleep clutching a screwdriver instead of a teddy bear grows into a fourteen-year-old with a passion for motorcycles?
A photographic study gn beating the heat.
We just rate them. You voted for them.
The small-town orchestra has it all: performers who love the music passionately, audiences who lend their wholehearted support, and even occasional moments when all the instruments are playing the right note.
It’s the best nickname you could have, even if you’ve never been to Texas.
The Kimbell’s exhibit of seventeenth-century Spanish still lifes is dazzling enough to cause a modern photo-realist to look again.
The dreamiest of the practical decisions.
That may sound easy, but the combined constraints of the marketplace and the refrigerator’s contents make it a neat trick to put a satisfying meal on the table.
When the time comes for the last child in the family to relinquish her tattered baby blanket, she’s not the only one who’s a little shaky about it.
The Shooting Party hits the bull’s-eye; Rambo: First Blood Part II makes Viet Nam the Club Med of mass death; A View to a Kill should have considered suicide.
Trying to get a sick word processor fixed is enough to make us think twice about the technological revolution.
Cloud seeding in the Hill Country.
Street barricading in Dallas.
Sitcom City on Channel 27
Points of view
Having fun with Shaggy; just being neighborly; debating the problems of the prisons.
Singing the blues at the Fort Worth Opera; reversing the Texas Supreme Court; computing the damage at TI; cooking with gas at FERC.
The stars (and stripes) at night are big and bright.