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It’s eight to five. It’s in Brenham. And all she has to worry about is getting an ice cream headache.
Top Gun is just a high-tech skeet shoot; Alan Alda shows a wet blanket over the fun in Sweet Liberty; Desert Bloom has a bittersweet significance; The Manhattan Project needs an attitude adjustment.
The unbudgeted carpet.
Wild mustangs roam home; attorney race to Houston’s bankruptcy court; UT students get rich.
FOOD HAS PLAYED prominent role in some of history’s most momentous upheavals — mention tea and the American Revolution comes to mind. Or cake: Marie Antoinette’s snide directive, “Let them eat cake,” symbolizes the issue around which the French Revolution swirled. It may not be going too far to say
The cure for San Antonio’s inner-city malaise may be worse than the disease.
A Texas lab that look s like the set for a Buck Rogers movie is actually the frontier of the Star Wars weapons research effort.
Fighting and feuding in the Mexican Lions Club; HL&P loses a lawsuit, and everybody will pay for it; the new math of politics; where’s the beef? on a diet.
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