It was the worst of times: the president was dead, the nation in shock, the government in limbo. But in those dark days Lyndon Johnson shone.
Is inflation deflating your standard of living? You are not alone.
Football has degenerated into a routine encounter between two sets of programmed, steroid-stuffed robots. These trick plays could change all that.
A photographer finds mystery and magic.
An informant offered to lead a journalist to Europe’s largest cache of stolen art. Soon they were trapped in a web of lies, suspicion, treachery, and impending death.
Go east, young Westerners, for the oddest, spiciest food in Dallas; Houston’s Cho is chic, but its kitchen is all shook up.
This one has been a humdinger, but every Texas summer is broiling hot—and that’s nothing to get all steamed up about.
The feisty pastor of the People’s Baptist Church keeps marching on to war with the State of Texas. Mexican American Pentecostals in the Valley ask Houston’s God’s help on a hot problem.
Houston’s Equinox Theatre has fine actors and directors, but its raunchy sex and violence can make you squirm. The nineteenth-century Granbury Opera House is a fetching setting for Texas Meg.
In Music for Chameleons it’s hard to tell whether Truman Capote is telling the whole truth or nothing at all of the truth; Conspiracy ferrets out much of the truth about John F. Kennedy’s murder.
In Austin, experts in genetics are helping parents of children with birth defects come to terms with the most painful questions of their lives.
Willie Nelson tries on a starring role and comes out smelling like a Honeysuckle Rose; in Willie an Phil Paul Mazursky pays homage to Truffaut, although he shortchanges himself.
Eat, eat, it’s good for you.
Texas chic hits bottom; bak error pinches UT law school; carter alienates Texas again; a test for teachers.
Look! Up In the sky!
A black Houstonian revised the Horatio Alger legend; making a racket in Mason; UT astronomers yearn to conquer the universe; requiem for a reef.