The art of romantic osculation barely survived the jaded seventies. Now it’s time to rediscover the private delights and civic benefits of real kissing.
You learn one clear and not so very grim lesson by looking death in the face.
How Gordon McLendon stormed Texas with Top 40... da doo ron ron.
The intricate underwater passages and pristine water of Jacob’s Well fascinate drivers. Too often, the fascination proves fatal.
Actual photos! In living color! Incontrovertible evidence that kissing is fun!
We don’t know how you learned about the birds and the bees, but we’ll bet you learned about love the same way we did: from the movies.
A luscious array of seductive trinkets for wooing your special Valentine.
Fortunes, falcons, and folderol.
Marlin sidetracks the Missouri-Pacific; school boards wrangle over the handicapped; two Texas Sports magazines slug it out.
Onward through the smoke, upward through defeat, backward through time.
Name that cartoon.
Love in Bloom.
Dallas Civic Opera is a grand old lady who knows her European opera. But sometimes she gets a little senile.
Preachers Robert Schuller and Rex Humbard have zeroed in on the modern way to reach a congregation: electronically.
Eminent art critic Barbara Rose has assembled an exhibit of paintings of the eighties. Oh, yeah? Where did she get them?
Potty training doesn’t have to be the great bugaboo of raising children.
The Electric Horseman got its wires crossed. Kramer vs. Kramer is an above-average film taken from a below-average novel.
Old what’s-his-name is the most powerful man in Texas; Simone Beck takes her culinary magic show on the road; duck hunters and conservationists battle over a marsh.