When buyers and sellers converge on Dallas’s Apparel Mart for a week-long orgy of fashionable commerce, high style and discriminating taste confront the cold reality of the bottom line.
You’ll really groove on the teachings of the Today Church in Dallas; tiny Keene is a town for Seventy-day Adventists-all week long.
Lighting a stage for an operatic performance isn’t just a matter of flipping a switch.
Texas writers of historical romances spice up the old boy- meets-girl plot with more than a pinch of passion.
Martin Scorsese’s Raging Bull is full of fancy footwork, but it doesn’t land many solid hits. Jack Lemmon deserves Tribute; The Competition is a winning film.
The Texas education Agency’s recent report on teacher competency doesn’t make the grade.
Alan’s Texas Cafe in Austin is good eats with Alan; Don’s in Houston has Cajun food worth ragin’ about.
Discount medicine needles doctors; open season on Democrats; meanwhile, back at Southfork; Dallas blacks are fed up—with busing.
Trusty scouts, perilous potholes, French fancies.
You are what you eat, fatty.
Rounding up rustlers in North Texas; shaping up mind and body at the Houstonian; chalking up a victory against infant deaths in the Valley.