Galveston has withstood tidal waves, hurricanes, gamblers, and tourists. Can it survive a superport?
Houston and Dallas opera companies could fudge on shoe sizes when it came to casting Cinderellas, but the voices had to fit just so.
A Dallas rabbi says Christmas is a form of persecution for Jews; a Disciples of Christ pastor discusses suffering with equanimity.
When Stage #1 opened as a halfway house for theater graduates from SMU, the participants weren’t pitied but applauded.
The Midland Jazz Classic wasn’t cheap, but it was worth the price.
A boy and his horse reach great heights in The Black Stallion. The Rose, with Bette Midler, is no American beauty.
Night stalkers and day walkers.
A helicopter plague descends on Dallas; is the Texas environmentalist an endangered species?; cattlemen won’t be cowed.
Movers and fakers.
Steering Bum Steers.