Tom Lea, the grand old man of Texas painting, grew up among giants. No wonder he always used a big canvas.
What happened to the old black power radicals in Dallas? Jail, hard times, middle age - and, for Matt Johnson, the losing end of a gun.
Or, my life as a Texas gardener.
The new governor’s first hundred days were great theater, but now come taxes.
Some colleges help seniors with placement. Others settle for career counseling. For liberal arts majors, the difference is getting a job.
Both Haydn and Stravinsky marked special anniversaries last year, but music lovers got the presents: a shower of fresh new versions of their works.
A day in the country.
I sang gospel music for God, a bakery, and $6 a week.
What’s Exposed is the worlds of fashion and terrorism and the curves of Nastassia Kinski. Blue Thunder is nothing but noise; Tender Mercies, on the other hand, is practically a silent.
Of loaves and fishes.
TV’s path to riches for Robert Caro’s The Path to Power; a big Texas howdy to PCBs; Reagan and Castro’s map wars; another prison reform idea turns sour.
Gun-shy Baptists, isolated inmates, poor doctors.
Taking stock of the Dallas mayoral election; defrocking the Legislature’s worst bills; buying stocks in the Trans-Pecos; unlocking the mysteries of the Arklatex; rocking the boat in Odessa.