April 1979 Issue


Super Medicine

At the Texas Medical Center the best hospitals, doctors, researchers, and medical technology anywhere in the world have combined to transform doctors from healers into superstars.



Artichoke Season

The Alley turns Artichoke into candy. Whorehouse comes to Texas, where it belongs. The audience talks back to Women and Men.

Dining Out

If You Knew Sushi

Good-bye, tacos. Hello, sukiyaki. A few restaurants are showing Texans the art of Japanese cooking.

Classical Music

Pitched on Bach

J. S. Bach thrives in San Antonio and Fort Worth. Austin’s Dickran Atamian proves he’s a better pianist than entrepreneur.




Texas Monthly Reporter

Striking the right chord with the Fort Worth Symphony and the wrong one with Mexico; grounding Wayland Baptist’s Flying Queens.

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