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Reporter|
April 30, 1979

Texas Monthly Reporter

Playing chicken on the Houston Ship Channel; jousting with 700-year-old knights; will John Hill run for governor again?

Music|
April 30, 1979

Say Uncle

You may have to bar hop to find Austin’s best-kept musical secret-Uncle Walt’s Band. And, presenting the annual Buddy magazine music awards, sealed with a kiss.

Film|
April 30, 1979

Adults Only

The Innocent isn’t really for innocents. Hair isn’t really for anybody.

Classical Music|
April 30, 1979

A Fright At The Opera

Houston Grand Opera took the sugar out of La Traviata. Fort Worth Symphony’s John Giordano does modern music Rite.

Church|
April 30, 1979

In the Beginning

We gather together to ask the Lord’s blessing; we chasten and hasten to tell you all about it.

Texas History|
April 1, 1979

Fiesta!

Whether you drink champagne or beer, wear diamonds or rhinestones, one thing about Fiesta San Antonio is the same for everyone: it’s fun.

Theater|
April 1, 1979

Artichoke Season

The Alley turns Artichoke into candy. Whorehouse comes to Texas, where it belongs. The audience talks back to Women and Men.

Reporter|
April 1, 1979

Texas Monthly Reporter

Striking the right chord with the Fort Worth Symphony and the wrong one with Mexico; grounding Wayland Baptist’s Flying Queens.

Health|
April 1, 1979

Super Medicine

At the Texas Medical Center the best hospitals, doctors, researchers, and medical technology anywhere in the world have combined to transform doctors from healers into superstars.

Dining Out|
April 1, 1979

If You Knew Sushi

Good-bye, tacos. Hello, sukiyaki. A few restaurants are showing Texans the art of Japanese cooking.

Classical Music|
April 1, 1979

Pitched on Bach

J. S. Bach thrives in San Antonio and Fort Worth. Austin’s Dickran Atamian proves he’s a better pianist than entrepreneur.

Theater|
March 1, 1979

See No Evil

Dallas Theater Center welcomes Nazis to its stage. Houston’s Theatre Under the Stars turns Dickens into a funky musical.

State Secrets|
March 1, 1979

State Secrets

Why doctors don’t like nurses anymore; where is the tax revolt?

Classical Music|
March 1, 1979

Who Needs Jones Hall?

Austin and Corpus Christi like their symphony orchestras just fine, thank you. Texas Opera Theater tries to break the language barrier.

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