Photo courtesy Nueces County SOErnesto MartinezA June trial date has been set for the suspect in the Brownsville murder of Barry Horn, a former Channel 13 TV news personality who was at the time of his death the executive director of the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art.The 59-year-old Horn, once ... More >>
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From the week of February 22
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Maxine Mesinger departs for the big swankienda in the sky
End of the Road
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And other signs that Texas Monthly's brain trust doesn't have a neuron left
In family court, Judge Annette Galik presides over divorce and custody cases where sex, lies and videotape are part of everyday evidence and testimony. Now the face on the videotape is her own.
High-powered attorney Earle Lilly was Linda Sarofim Lowe's divorce lawyer, then her lover. Now he's left her, and she wants her $6 million in attorney fees and her Mercedes back.
Politics pulls out the hard "soft" cash, Houston-style
In Gail Gross, all things are one: spiritual wisdom, designer clothes and terrific skin
John Axelrod has a plan to make classical music hip--and himself hot
How the curtain came down -- for the time being -- at the "show biz" charity
He owns a baseball team, he's spent millions to wipe out a devastating Third World disease, and now he's out to save pro football for Houston. But what does John Jay Moores really want?
After years of making Mayor Bob presentable, Houston's First Lady is ready to get serious. Seriously.
Houston's beleaguered arts community talks to itself about Harvey Milk