Rolling down the hall, the most popular new staffer at Dallas’s Medical City Heart Hospital accepts a fist bump from a nurse before stopping into a supply room to pick up gauze and saline solution to bring to a patient’s room. Next comes a trip to the elevator, where the…
During all but two of the past twenty years, someone named Bush had led our nation or led our state. Now we’re moving on.
Texas has the country’s most precise state water plan. So how is it that every one of our major cities is still on track to run dry in the next fifty years?
What will dining be like in decades to come? We asked the state’s top chefs and foodies.
UT and A&M Form Second Football Teams After the top fifty NCAA programs were privatized, record revenues and stock splits made the IPO spin-offs inevitable. An antitrust lawsuit filed by Texas Tech and UTEP, whose teams remain not-for-profit university entities, was dismissed in federal court. ¡Viva Los Cowboys! Dallas Cowboys…
Diana Natalicio on the future of higher ed in El Paso.
Who’s the next Willie? The new Selena?
The perils of prediction.
Geeks from Austin will destroy American cinema.
The Brownsville native and longtime Austinite has spent most of his adult life contemplating the future: A progenitor of the scruffy cyberpunk fiction movement (he edited the short-story anthology Mirrorshades and co-authored The Difference Engine with William Gibson), he has penned ten sci-fi novels and several works of nonfiction, including…