Although the assassination of President John F. Kennedy occurred 33 years ago, the controversy over the events surrounding the assassination has never died down. On this anniversary we visited the crucial sites connected with the assassination, from Lee Harvey Oswald’s boarding house on West Beckley to the site of
No wilderness experience in Texas is quite like Big Bend National Park, more than 800,000 acres of mountains, desert, and river so stark and dreamy that it’s difficult to distinguish where reality ends and apparition begins. Jagged peaks sheltering pine forests more typical of New Mexico or Colorado, canyons that
How to eat easy, play hard, and sleep well in the Davis mountains.
Rare books, blueberry pie, a faith healer’s shrine—and one deep hole.
Huge apple pies, a Japanese submarine, handmade soaps—and a dressed flea.
An old opera house, Judge Roy Bean’s grave, ancient pictographs—and a drug blimp.
A secret garden, presidential papers, tasty pinto beans—and a Picasso.
Snow geese, the Big Tree, sandy beaches—and one gigantic chemical plant.
Grain elevators, road coffee, the “town” of Amarillo—and a cowboy named Bronc.
Black-chinned hummingbirds, rusting tractors, chuckwagon breakfasts— and a restored brothel.
Vintage jukeboxes, puffed tacos, a deserted village—and a vision of Tom Landry.
Cypress swamps, Tex Ritter memorabilia—and a spot that spooked Spielberg.
African masks, two old steam locomotives, Lady Bird's childhood home—and miniature donkeys.