Dylan Otto Krider

 

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  • 17 years ago | Longform

    At first glance, they look like perfectly ordinary first-graders scribbling feverishly on the blackboard, but there is something striking about the boy's deep blue eyes that suggests a maturity well beyond his years. Jake's in advanced classes and...

  • 17 years ago | Longform

    Above all, Gerald T. Westbrook is a man concerned with truth. For hours he works at his computer in the small office of his Memorial-area home, writing his latest scholarly paper or drawing up a lecture. He's the kind of guy who writes everything ...

  • 17 years ago

    The past few years, 19th Street Association merchants had prided themselves on their unique promotional events. They hosted a New Orleans-style street party to draw people to their "anti-strip center," an eclectic combination of decades-old antiqu...

  • 17 years ago

    How many Aggies does it take to turn a multimillion-dollar gift into a multimillion-dollar dispute? Just one: Chester J. Reed. Reed couldn't have asked for better press than he received in 1986. The late land developer, who estimated the value of ...

  • 18 years ago

    Attached to the back of a voodoo doll hanging on the wall of The Coffee Bar is the poem "Enron Voodoo's Special Charm": "Cold winters he'll bring…Natural gas prices high, and / Electricity demand exceeding supply," it reads. "He'll cast a spe...

  • 18 years ago | Film Reviews

    Houstonian Pavan Grover is pretty successful as far as doctors go. The Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital pain specialist had his own television show, Asian Network, while he was still a resident. His pioneering surgery involving a pulse-driven s...

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