Texas Monthly

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Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.
  

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Contents

Unforgiven
5
Clint Eastwood (American actor and film director) (Reviews), Unforgiven (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Why Unforgiven?
5
Motion pictures (Westerns)
Roadhouse Warrior
50
Joe Ely
Dem Bones
58
Sankar Chatterjee, Paleontology (Texas, Triassic), Fossil birds
Crew's Control
64
J. Crew Group, Inc, Dallas (Tex.) (Stores)
Cretaceous Crash
96
Glen T. Penfield, Geology (Yucatan (Mexico)), Asteroids, Dinosaurs, Mass extinction of species, Geology, Stratigraphic (Cretaceous), Chicxulub Crater (Mexico)
The Hungriest Coach
104
Jimmy Johnson (American football coach and sportscaster.), Football, Professional
Waxing Nostalgic
108
Shirts, Western wear
Farewell to Cracker Eden
114
Oak Cliff (Dallas, Tex.), Dallas (Tex.) (Social history)
The Texas 100
118
Rich, Texans

Give Me an A!
78
Student themes and reports, Cheating (Education)
Unresolved Trust
88
Resolution Trust Corporation (U.S.), Savings and loan associations (Real estate operations), Condominiums, Port Aransas (Tex.) (Housing)
B-ing There
94
Bret McCormick, Motion pictures (B films)
Money Becomes Electra
120
Electra Waggoner Biggs; 1916-., Estates, Decedents'., Ranches (Texas)
Revenge of the Nerd
122
Michael Dell (American computer industry executive.); 1965-, Dell Computer Corporation
The Son Also Rises
124
Tex Moncrief (American petroleum industry executive.), Moncrief Oil Company

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