February 1988 Issue

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Columns

Community

Called to Care

A friend’s illness propelled a Baptist minister from a life or though to a life of action.

Family

Dean’s Beans

The Mansion chef’s most redolent recipe came from Sunday suppers at his grandmother’s house.

Lovers

My Wife’s Husband

We were in love in a way I didn’t quite trust. There was nothing grand or electric about it, just a steady, deepening insistence.

Family

Flying Solo

With a mother in one city and a father in another, Audrey Reynolds took to the air.

Community

Now For the Weather

When a rural Texas says, “It looks like rain,” he’s really meditating on the nature of the universe.

Miscellany

You and Us

You and Us

In 1973, from an office we shared with a colony of bats, we started a magazine about Texas.

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