Did you know there’s more difference between Fudgsicles and Popsicles than the taste? The taxman does.
American ingenuity has produced the telephone, the airplane, and now the breast pillow.
That’s what country music is, and that’s why it plays in Peoria.
A tale of white sails, blue water, and how they turn refined men into barbarians.
The Lord giveth the beach and the developer taketh away.
Poetry in motion.
Some recommendations on what to do, see, and buy this month.
Bringing Them All Back HomeAs one with more than a casual interest in the refugee program in Southeast Texas, I read “The Newest Americans” by Gene Lyons [TM, June 1976] with a great deal of anticipation. Mr. Lyons seems to have a particular empathy with…
Introducing the perfect pickle.
Your next home movies may not win any Academy Awards, but at least they don’t have to be rated ZZZZzzzz.
When Dad Joiner signed away all his oil leases to H.L. Hunt, all the cards weren’t on the table. Some were still underground.
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's latest book "The Final Days" is just too much hocus-pocus.
“Buy now, play later,” says the Dallas Theater Center.
If you thought this summer’s film lineup looked promising, pinch yourself. "The Big Bus" and "Logan's Run," are anything but a reviewer's dream.
PEOPLE The red-hot rumor, blazing from mouth to mouth in Dallas recently, had longtime radio programming genius Gordon McLendon raising $2 million for a group of Dallas investors to buy WRR-AM, the city-owned, all-news station that’s up for sale. Not so, says son Bart McLendon, manager of McLendonowned KNUZ-FM in…