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Golf, glorious golf. A hook here, a slice there. So what if you can’t break a hundred. A cartful of cool, casual summer clothes will keep you looking like a million.
Houston’s career-oriented magnet schools are putting too much emphasis on work and too little on education.
The new work ethic.
You can lead a child to culture, but can you make him like it?
Amazing technicolor dreamworld.
The leaning Tower of peace, aaagh—at last we learn what the “public” in Republican stands for; how do you spell relief? D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R; parks lose out yet again.
Getting with the programs, getting to know the Yellow Rose, getting it right in Pharr.
All a board.
Coming to grips with Al Lipscomb, Dallas critic turned city councilman; remembering the clip joints along Fort Worth’s infamous outlaw alley; flipping for San Angelo, a honey of a West Texas town; taking a bizarre trip through Texas on Gary Hart’s press plane.