The real lowdown on the Lone Star State.
He’s Arthur Temple, Jr., ruler of a million acres of East Texas and the last of the timber barons.
In Dumas—and all over the state—Mexican Americans are leaving old ways behind and taking to Protestantism, capitalism, and disco.
Now it’s their turn to cry.
Austin’s Bourbon Street; San Antonio’s food fight; the governor’s mystery museum; Green Lizards in Concan; truffles in paradise.
Everybody’s favorite starshippers battle a bad guy and the bulge in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Author! Author! is nothing to write home about. The Thing is barely human. And there’s The World According to Garp, Firefox, and Blade Runner.
Houston Grand Opera dedicated a lot of its budget and all of its heart to producing not an opera but an American musical—Show Boat.
A host of Pentecostals gathered in Dallas to hug, kiss, sing, babble, and get the chewing-out of their lives.
The good book.
Photographer George Krause draws the viewer into a twilight world where jocks, saints, and nudes seem almost mystical.
They haven’t designed any Parthenons or Colosseums yet, but architects like Robert Venturi and Michael Graves are bringing a touch of ancient Greece and Rome to Texas.