Brian Wallstin

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  • 13 years ago | Longform

    At other times, the large domed building on the Baylor University campus would have served as a lecture hall for discourses on higher education. But on this gray, biting-cold early April morning in Waco, crowds began gathering for far more than an...

  • 13 years ago | Longform

    Last August, shortly after returning as chief executive officer of Enron Corp., Ken Lay sent an e-mail to employees asking them to "Lay It On The Line" and answer a few questions about the company. Within days, Lay received more than 4,000 respons...

  • 13 years ago

    A deli owner who sued one of the nation's largest landlords over an eviction has reached an agreement that will allow him to remain as a tenant until December 2004. Daniel Jackson, attorney for deli owner Nadir Foteh, said the settlement was confi...

  • 13 years ago

    One Friday last month, sometime between the breakfast tacos and the lunch meat, Nadir Foteh received a telephone call from his landlord. Foteh runs Freddy's Deli, a small family-owned cafe on the ground floor of the 1800 West Loop South office bui...

  • 14 years ago

    The Aggie Alchemist is back, and this time, it's virtual. "Dr." Joe Champion commandeered the brain and laboratory of a chemistry professor at Texas A&M in 1992, and now he's brought his weird science to the Internet. But be forewarned: The former...

  • 14 years ago | Longform

    Harris County's top flood control engineer gave a slide show to a group of colleagues Saturday, showing them what happens when nature overwhelms a community's best-laid plans. Steve Fitzgerald, chief engineer for the Harris County Flood Control Di...