Officially, the issue tearing apart the West Texas' largest native American tribe is one of lineage. Who is and is not a member. But the real dispute is over money—earned in unimaginable amounts at the casino on their reservation and coveted by rival factions willing to risk everything.
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.
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.
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
On which two sitcoms did Sharon Tate have a guest-starring role?
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
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 pasta) 2 tablespoons olive oil, more