How serial killer Rafael Resendez-Ramirez struck fear in the hearts of the men and women of Weimar, a tiny Texas town that will never be the same.
Austin painter Julie Speed is the latest ascendant to the ranks of art royalty. Talk about a brush with greatness.
With this year’s induction of Seguin native Smokey Joe Williams, one fourth of the Negro Leaguers in baseball’s hall of fame are Texans. Unfortunately, there may not be any more.
Why is he a cult hero to deejays and record collectors— and why is he such a recluse? I wanted to know, so I tried to find him. And I did, in an upscale Houston neighborhood. And we drank beer.
There’s always at least one man in my life: my eight-year-old son, Henry. Sometimes, however, there are two, and that’s when things get complicated.
Aspiring actors take note: Getting started in the film industry requires flexibility. “I’ve played a zombie, I’ve played an alien, and I’ve played a lot of nerds,” says John Patrick White. Unlike most performers, however, the 26-year-old Houston native has never had to play the real-life role of working stiff.
Charlie Rose blooms in Dallas–Fort Worth.
Don Graham corrals Pale Horse, Pale Rider.
Does the Dallas Morning News discriminate? Plus: Bill Clinton between the covers.
CDs by Doctors’ Mob and the American Analog Set, plus a tribute to Bob Wills; booksby James Lee Burke and Louise Redd.
CONGRATULATIONS TO TEXAS MONTHLY for your comprehensive look at the life and times of Governor Bush [“Who Is George W. Bush?” June 1999]. I don’t want to diminish an otherwise outstanding effort, but despite your careful fact checking, the articles included a couple of misrepresentations I feel obligated to…
The Johnson Space Center in Houston puts on an open house that’s out of this world. Plus: A Graves undertaking at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas in Beaumont; Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston give their regards to Broadway; we’re Floored by a storied dance hall in Helotes; and the gloves go on at the World Amateur Boxing Championships in Houston.
Bio hazard: Russell ran afoul of her subject.
Remembrance of things pasta: The capellini salad from Dallas’ Nana Grill will live on in your memory.
1 cup dry white wine, more if necessary 30 fresh clams, scrubbed 30 fresh mussels, scrubbed and bearded 30 medium to large shrimp, shelled and deveined, tails on (for a heartier dish, use more shrimp) 2 cups balsamic vinegar 1 pound uncooked capellini (angel-hair…