Oh, how our legislators are moaning and groaning as they try to cut the state budget. But we’ve slashed, chopped, trimmed, pared, and whittles our way through it—and save $1 billion. It wasn’t that hard. Really.
Age is a matter of mind. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.
What your feet should be wearing when they kick up their heels.
In darkest South Texas roam two of the world’s most endangered species—the black rhino and the Great White Hunter.
Fred Cuny, sixth-generation Texan and uncompromising disaster-relief consultant, takes his expertise to the ends of the earth.
Tired and hungry, but not broke? A bevy of gourmet-to-go shops in Texas’ major cities provide a classy alternative to the TV dinner.
An interpretation of a classic genre.
It began in 1952 as a nostalgic recreation of the old cattle drive. Now it’s a grand annual party stretching across Texas.
Many of the best modern homes in the fifties featured natural materials, interior courtyards, and built-in furniture—and architect Harwell Harris was the reason.
The impressive canvases that make up “Fresh Paint” at the Museum of Fine Arts prove that Houston has finally arrived as a significant art-making center.
The dupe’s triumph.
The failed ambitions of the father become the triumphs of the son, or so most fathers would hope.
In The Purple Rose of Cairo, Woody Allen takes a cold look at movie-fed dreams; the late, great Sam Peckinpah gave us an impassioned view of a violent world.
A producing career, a hit video, a record company, successful sound tracks: Austin’s Patrick Keel is having it all.
Can gas become oil? Can a Lubbock institution become an Austin one? Can preservation become exploitation? Can Houston become Austinized? Can Amarillo escape Pottergate?
Slices of life.
Beating around the Bush; remembering an old friend; rethinking high school days.
Coors and Hispanics make peace; Mexico’s flash in the pan; Gramm’s GOP crusade; Mayor Kathy emerges unscathed.
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