March 2002

  • Features

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    • The badlands near Study Butte at dusk.
    • PUT 'EM UP: The author, age 11, spars with coveralls behind his house.
    • Brianna was known for her overalls and pigtails.
    • Hanks (l.) and Broyles (c.) on the Cast Away set.
  • Around the State

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  • Columns

    • Hook Man Speaks' author Matt Clark.
    • EXPRESS YOURSELF: Maverick's owner Mark Cuban.
    • WAR TORN: This banner was carried by Indian-fighting buffalo soldiers stationed at Fort McKavett in West Texas.
  • Reporter

  • Web

    • The Kimbell Art Museum.
    • Washington-On-The-Brazos State Historical Park is called the birthplace of Texas because of this modest building, Independence Hall.
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    • Fashion designer Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel, right, receives the Neiman-Marcus fashion award for 1958 from Stanley Marcus, president of Neiman-Marcus Co., in Dallas, Texas, Sept. 9, 1957.
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  • Miscellany