Some claim the three essential books in Texas history are the Bible, the Warren Commission report and Larry McMurtry’s “Lonesome Dove,” his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about 19th-century cattle drives. Read Full Article Here
On April 23, 1851, Henry David Thoreau spoke at the Concord Lyceum about the interrelationship of God, man and nature. It was the opening salvo of the modern American conservation movement. Read Full Article Here
Wearing his trademark white yachting cap hat and a black silk jacket with a bolo tie, Chuck Berry looked content when I arrived at a nondescript recording studio in St. Louis to watch him demo a set of original songs for CHUCK. Read Full Article Here
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