Andrew Jefferson was on his way up in the judicial system. Larry Cager was a rising star in the Houston Area Urban League. Together they were giving the city’s black population the leadership it had always needed. And then along came trouble.
They’re ugly little things, but you’ve got to respect them.
When it comes to flops and fiascos, Texans can outdo anyone.
Everybody knows the story about the young Texan who goes into business, works hard, and makes millions. But what happens when his luck runs out?
Easy lessons from the three masters of the art.
Drew Pearson, Tony Hill, and Butch Johnson are wide receivers for the Dallas Cowboys - in other words, they’re artists, egomaniacs, fierce competitors, and the heart of the team.
An antinuclear neutralist, animal liberationist, Welsh nationalist, aspirant anarchist - and consummate travel writer - spends five full days in Houston, Texas.
One man’s long-distance love affair with the New York City Ballet.
Once the Hill Country meant small towns and Spartan values; now it’s ranchettes and easy living.
In With No Fear of Failure you’ll learn how you, too, can turn rags into riches. Daddy’s Girl knows Southern discomfort. Petroleum Politics and the Texas Railroad Commission is the history of our own little OPEC.
The lovers in The French Lieutenant’s Woman are just this side of maudlin, but the movie itself is harder to take than they are.
With the Doman method of learning, your child may know as much as you do before he starts first grade.
Raising cain over Sam Houston’s house; searching for the face that will sell a million blue jeans; going bust in the refinery business.