This story is from Texas Monthly’s archives. We have left it as it was originally published, without updating, to maintain a clear historical record. Read more here about our archive digitization project. From 1983 to 1986, Texas Monthly’s regular feature, “Western Art,” highlighted artists’ takes on the
A new chapter in art history? Five artists dabble in a medium you’ll never see at the Met.
Fast becoming a master soda jerk, Marilyn Shackelford, manager of Johnny B’s Old-Fashioned Soda Fountain, showed us how to make a fresh Lime Rickey at home.1 juicy lime Crushed ice 1 1/2 oz. cherry syrup (Jubilee brand is good)Fill a pint glass with crushed ice. Squeeze in juice of one
IT WASN’T BECAUSE I was touring West Texas that I ate a cheeseburger for breakfast. It was after stumbling upon Johnny B’s for lunch the day before. Never mind the open sky and distant mesas, the cheeseburger at this inviting luncheonette was all I could envision.Open only since November (and
You have to wonder if guys like San Antonio’s C. A. Stubbs aren’t the future of urban politics.
The sincerest form of plattery; imaginative new serving pieces for the holiday season.
Fundamentalists lose ground in textbook war; White maneuvers to keep Hispanic support; round two for Crystal City.
They said it couldn’t be done, but Larry Brumfield built Texas’ largest indoor bass aquarium.
NorthPark Mall inaugurated an epoch twenty years ago. It’s still the standard for upscale shopping.
Compact discs: coasters? Frisbees? or the best sound you’ll ever hear?
Winners of Dallas, at ease!
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A turf battle over shrimp on the coast; a nominee for the meanest man in Houston; a former Cowboy’s reflections on why athletes go broke.