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You say you’ve never heard of Picasso’s burnt-orange period? And you call yourself a real Texan?
A tilt of the axis.
Mrs. Soffel weaves a tale of love and damnation; A Passage to India is a smooth, brocaded expedition; The Cotton Club offers pomp by the bale.
Using antique and original instruments like the viola da gamba, the Texas Baroque Ensemble is making Garland the place to hear early music in Texas.
Getting ready for February’s red-letter day.
What’s the point at the Dallas Museum of Art? What does $25 oil mean for Houston? Hush, Gib. James Baker’s new job is a labor of love.
Contemplating marriage; speaking up for Houston; deciphering Texas myths; transplanting Austin’s airport.
Minding your peas and cues.
Beauteous burgers in Bells and Springlake; tough times in Tyler; ringside raving in Fort Worth; avid aspirations in Lubbock.