Searching for the legendary past—and the cosmic future—in my old river city, San Antonio de Béjar.
A visual tour of my beautiful, mysterious, surreal corner of East Texas.
Sometimes a home is more important than a hometown.
In the late sixties, the Capital City was just as thrilling, drug-addled, pompous, and aimless as you’ve heard. Especially if you came from the provinces.
Wichita Falls was about as average a town as you could imagine. Except within the gates of the state hospital.
Recipe from Zelko Bistro, Houston
Cat City Grill, Fort Worth and Yelapa Playa Mexicana, Houston
A recipe using fresh red snapper from the Gulf, by executive chef Miguel Ravago of Fonda San Miguel, Austin.
I had never thought about my identity as both a Jew and a Texan until my grandparents told me their stories about growing up in South Dallas in the forties.
Thousands of children in Iraq have been diagnosed with congenital heart disease. Too few of them receive the surgery they so desperately need.
Had the Texas myth become a straitjacket?
I am writing you these few lines to thank you and your staff for remembering my daughter on the fifteenth anniversary of her death [“Dreaming of Her,” April 2010]. It was a beautiful story that brought back a lot of memories for my wife, myself, and my family.