February 1993

Columns

Scrapbook

Feb 1, 1993 By Paul Burka

Reading Bush, spinning Baker, regarding Henry, investigating Ross, explaining Ann, and toasting LBJ.

The Issues
Focus: Roe Redux

Feb 1, 1993 By Dana Rubin

A look back at Roe v. Wade on its twentieth anniversary—and at the key players in Texas who made it happen.

The Issues
Scrapbook

Feb 1, 1993 By Paul Burka

Profligate prisons, prime Padre, proud photographs, controversial choice, and halfway health care.

Scrapbook

Feb 1, 1993 By Paul Burka

Remembering the Alamo, Candy Barr, J. Frank Dobie, and Farrah. Forgetting James Michener’s Texas.

Way of Life
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Feb 1, 1993 By Paul Burka

Cap wearing, Urban Cowboy watching, football playing, Claytie selling, town creating, and tree tainting.

Business
Focus: Withdrawn

Feb 1, 1993 By Helen Thompson

In the heady days of banking, Texans ran the state’s biggest, most profitable institutions. Not anymore.

Way of Life
Essay: Myth-O-Maniacs

Feb 1, 1993 By Mimi Swartz

Twenty years ago, we were two-steppers. Now we’re twelve-steppers, thanks to a set of self-help gurus.

Business
Scrapbook

Feb 1, 1993 By Texas Monthly

Temple of doom, Spence for hire,, deals that won’t Hunt, Blount analysis, and the King of the ranch.

Business
Profile: Food Fight

Feb 1, 1993 By Skip Hollandsworth

Last summer, restaurateurs Shannon Wynne and Gene Street bragged about their new partnership, but now they’re eating their words.

Business
Essay: A Wild Ride

Feb 1, 1993 By Gregory Curtis

Once, you needed the price of oil to predict our ever-changing economic future. Now you need the want ads, the stock tables, and a whole lot more.

Miscellany