Most of the time you’re a nice, ordinary businessman. But for one brief, shining moment you were King Antonio, monarch of San Antonio’s Fiesta and semi-beloved ruler of the one Texas city that still loves a good king.
On the first say of April my true love gave to me...nineteen gifts that weren’t what they appeared to be.
Today’s desperadoes are in the bays of the Texas coast, roping redfish and cursing the Parks and Wildlife Department.
In which John Howard, our toughest athlete, goes after a world bicycle record and hopes America will care.
Dominique de Menil loves beautiful things and interesting people. In forty years of collecting them she has changed Houston.
Once touted, now routed, San Antonio’s opera takes its last bow.
Run for the money.
The Great Energy Scam purports to uncover the collusion of the feds and the oil companies, but the real scandal is what the author overlooks. Yet another book on killer Ted Bundy sheds no light on his crimes. Roughneck is a rousing look at America’s most radical labor union.
Local Hero is undiluted pleasure. Lianna is a little watered-down.
Freddie Hubbard’s attempts to play pop music have been disastrous. But when he tackles a pure mainstream sound, he shows what jazz trumpeting is all about.
Southwest Airlines’ California gamble pays off - and Texans do the paying: update from Gibgate; why Bellaire is not Park Place; a truly dumb idea from UT.
Taking lives and saving lives.
Measure for measure.
Times are tough in Laredo; specialty advertisers are unveiled in Dallas; some very old bones stir things up in Leander; a wild turkey comes back to West Texas; newspapers go wild in San Antonio.