They worked hard, overcame obstacles, bucked conventional wisdom, and touched our lives. Meet the most impressive, intriguing, and influential Texans of 1998.
A blast from the pastor.
Auditing the IRS.
The great defender.
Read all about her.
Grammy came home.
A recipe for success.
The host with the most.
The doctor is in.
As the Worm turns.
A matter of life and death.
Teen screen queen.
An impressive impresario.
Poetry in motion.
Sculpting a legacy.
Man makes the clothes.
Hello, good buy.
This summer’s hot topic? Weather.
At Texas’ top industrial design firm, the old style-versus-substance debate is a nonstarter: Why choose when you can have both?
Long before they were chart-topping musicians, Erykah Badu and Roy Hargrove made the grade at an arts magnet school in Dallas.
Sexist, shmexist: For pure viewing enjoyment, my feminist friends and I know that nothing can match the Miss America Pageant.
An anxious, alcoholic, stressed, and depressed Dallasite. A suicidal San Antonian. For each, a seemingly visionary treatment.
Why the Austin American-Stateman’s film critic is under seige.
Who gave—and to whom—in this year’s big statewide races.
The charter school craze hits Texas.
A Lake Jackson teacher goes to the head of New York publishing’s class.
Advice for the new coaches of the Dallas Cowboys and the UT Longhorns.
Which soft drink’s quart-size bottle did Lee trevino use as a golf club?
For and against George W. Bush; Wichita Falls bites back.