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Who Framed The Duke?

Political conspiracy theories in America have been around since the colonists fought loony old King George III for independence. Although both the conservative and...

Plain-spoken

There are a lot of hard-knock stories that follow a character from the bottom of society's barrel to a better life full of clean...

A Million Little Peaces

Titled after his college nickname, Alex Lemon’s Happy is another in a slew of memoirs in the vein of Boy Meets Obstacle, Boy Overcomes...

Larger than Life

Willie Nelson has been my hero since I was a teenager. Throughout the 1970s, I went to about two dozen concerts, bought countless albums, and...

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Back in the 1960s and 70s most people under 30 would have given their left nostril to be Chris O'Dell.   The Tucson native...

Dark Ages

Local writer and retired journalist Phil Vinson has published his first work of fiction - and it's a good one, although I suspect it...

Water Marks

By his own admission, Chris Rose spent most of the last 10 years “reveling in the frivolity of the entertainment industry.” As a columnist...

Powder Kegs

Amon Carter would approve: Make classic Dallas desserts right here in Cowtown. It's possible with the new cookbook by Helen Thompson, Dallas Classic Desserts:...

A Picture’s Worth …

It's impossible to come of age in a city as grand and colorful as Fort Worth without falling in love with the architecture and...

Universal Hope

As a genre, gay fiction came into its own in the late ’80s/early 1990s, but the coming-out party felt more like a wake. The...