They don’t use air conditioning, they don’t drive cars, they don’t watch football—yet they dare to call themselves Texans.
A kindergarten teacher tells what she learned in school.
How did bluebonnets and cacti get that glazed look?
The portraits of a long-forgotten studio photographer yield images of dignity in a small Texas town.
As much as I hated playing football, I hate watching it more.
You pay for interest, gas, oil, repairs, and insurance. I pay for shoe leather.
It’s Simple: people’s teeth should not chatter in the summer.
At the opera house back on Earth, music sometimes overwhelms sense. But out on Planet 8 you couldn’t hear the music for the words.
Messin’ with Texas.
When the doctor told me my third child had Down’s Syndrome, I knew that my life had changed forever.
The Air Force takes over Big Bend; NCNB takes over First Republic; Dukakis takes over Bentsen; and who wil take an empty Senate seat?
Getting more bang for the buck; remembering a muddy, moody river; banking on Texas; sharing a Texas tradition.
Channel 5 in Fort Worth hits forty; Elvis fever hits Waco; a would-be DA hits a snag in Raymondville; and Hangs Book is a hit with fishermen.