Mac 26 episodes, Hector 26 episodes, Gronk 26 episodes, Mlor 26 episodes, Breer 26 episodes, Boss 20 episodes, Clon 19 episodes, Tyler 6 episodes, Morley 3 episodes, Hamilton 3 episodes, Boss 2 episodes, Pringle 2 episodes, Officer Browne 2 episodes, Sergeant 2 episodes, Helen 2 episodes, Gladys 2 episodes, Tracey 2 episodes, Miss Wilson 1 episode, Delivery Man 1 1 episode, Sally 1 episode, Babcock 1 episode, Miss Primrose 1 episode, Lop 1 episode, Tor 1 episode, Blob 1 episode, Fred Gulliver 1 episode, Pettijohn 1 episode, McAllister 1 episode, Brak 1 episode, Salesman 1 episode, Gam 1 episode, Zam 1 episode, Boris Polanski 1 episode, Miss Linden 1 episode, Miss Randolph 1 episode, Charlie Dandridge 1 episode, Giant Cuckoo-Wuckoo Bird 1 episode, Blakely 1 episode, Tony Nugent 1 episode, Logan 1 episode, Miss Fenway 1 episode, Rick Stewart 1 episode, Haggerty 1 episode, Truck Driver 1 episode, Technician 1 episode, Hilda 1 episode, Johnson loved her stroganoff and wished she would accompany him--and Lady Bird--to the White House to run the dining room.
Corbitt's genius was in presentations of new and unusual flavor combinations, colors, and even serving temperatures.
She insisted on the finest, freshest ingredients, served with impeccable style. As Director of Food Services for Neiman Marcus, she traveled widely, bringing recipes back to tantalize Texans' tastebuds. An Irish red-head born in New York and raised with Edwardian rules and grace, Corbitt lassoed appetites across Texas when she moved there in from her job as dietitian at Cornell Medical Center in New York City to manage the tea room at the University of Texas.
She was lured to the Houston Country Club before operating the tearoom at Joske's department store in Houston and had started her own catering business when the Driskill Hotel called her back to Austin. Stanley Marcus "courted" her for eight years until she finally accepted his offer to direct his Dallas store's lunchtime oasis.
She then dazzled celebrities and dignitaries who flocked to the famed Zodiac Room at Neiman Marcus for tantalizing cuisine. Now, you can savor Helen Corbitt all over again--or perhaps for the first time--through a brand new Helen Corbitt cookbook. Vintage photographs spice up a chapter on Helen's life written from interviews with Stanley Marcus, men and women who attended Corbitt's cooking classes, her personal friends, and her employees at the Driskill Hotel in Austin and the Zodiac Room at Neiman Marcus. A new section on the history of earthquakes in Texas, along with a seismic hazard map of the state and a chronology of significant quakes beginning in Comprehensive lists of high school football and basketball championships, professional football and basketball teams, Texas Olympians, and Hall of Fame inductees.
She lives in Southlake, Texas. And that was my mission. He currently is vice president and associate editor of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. In , the year Calvin Littlejohn came to Fort Worth, the city was a sleepy little burg. In Fort Worth, Littlejohn began what would become a lifelong career of documenting the black community. When Littlejohn was assigned to be the official photographer at I. Unlike many segregated cities, where blacks lived only in one section, blacks in Cowtown lived in every quadrant of the city.
There was a thriving black business district, with hotels, restaurants, a movie theater, a bank, and a major hospital, pharmacy, and nursing school. And of course, there were the schools and churches. This book features more than shots Littlejohn captured over the course of his career. Melinda Esco blended her love of Texas travel with an appreciation for wine and toured as many of the esteemed Texas wineries as possible.
She discovered that, while some owners are native Texans and some are transplants, all share an infectious enthusiasm for their businesses.
Texas wine-making is really agriculture-based tourism—a billion dollar industry— Texas big business at its best. Esco gives a brief history of Texas winemaking, talks about the process, the business, and explores some of her favorite wineries. Tannic force? The result is a delightful look at the people and places that make Texas wine one more thing Texans can brag about!
A former Master Gardener, she can talk horticulture with the best of them! She lives outside Azle, Texas.
His time-lapsed evocations of traffic at twilight or his explorations of the majestic mountains of the area celebrate the city that occupies a unique vantage point—on the border of two countries, three states, a military installation, and an Indian reservation. He lives in El Paso, Texas. The latest addition to the successful literary cities series by Texas Christian University Press, Literary El Paso brings attention to the often overlooked extraordinary literary heritage of this city in far West Texas.
El Paso is the largest metropolitan area along the U.
Grace (Evelyn Oppenheimer Series Book 3) and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Grace (Evelyn Oppenheimer Series) Paperback – October 30, JANE ROBERTS WOOD is the award-winning author of The Train to Estelline, A Place Called Sweet Shrub, and Dance a. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Straightforward, often lyrical prose and a Grace (Evelyn Oppenheimer Series Book 3) by [Wood, Jane Roberts].
It is in this splendid isolation surrounded by mountains in the midst of the beautiful Chihuahuan Desert that many award-winning writers found their literary voices. Daudistel uses her years of publishing experience in El Paso to gather the works of past, present, and emerging writers of the Borderlands. Historical essays, fiction, journalism, and poetry portray the colorful history and vibrant present of this city on the border through the works of sixty-three writers. Once a backdrop to the Mexican Revolution, El Paso was also home to infamous outlaws.
For the first time in the series, Literary El Paso features bilingual selections to reflect the bi-cultural environment of the region and the state. Stories, essays, and poems meld into a collection of rich literature that also provides a unique history of a complex, colorful, and vibrant region, El Paso del Norte. Literary Criticism.
Literary Nonfiction. From until the early s, they exalted flight and painted the airplane as the most modern and adventuresome of machines. It examines the stories of girls who took to the sky, of the sources where authors found their inspiration, and of the evolution of aviation as an enterprise open to all. As aviation technology improved, the birdwomen of the preWorld War I era, capable and independent-minded, gave way to individualistic s adventurers patterned on Amelia Earhart, Jacqueline Cochran, and other feminine notables of the air.
Their stories lead directly into the coming of commercial air travel. Career stories paint the increasingly glamorous world of the s and s airline stewardess, the unspoken assumptions lying behind that profession, and the inexorable effects of technological and economic change. He held the Charles A. A specialist in American popular literature and culture, he has published numerous studies of science fiction, technological fiction, detective and suspense fiction, and the western. He lives in Fort Worth. Juvenile Books. They continue to charm and to intrigue. Her publications include studies of inquiry learning, interdisciplinary curriculum and teaching, as well as award-winning books on the history and cultures of Texas.
She lives in San Antonio, Texas. Blending careful research and creative storytelling, The Search for a Chili Queen explores the lantern-lit world of the young hostesses who staffed nightly chili stands and vied for loyal customers on the plazas of late nineteenth-century San Antonio.
As a humanities detective, Marian L. Martinello chronicles her step-by-step investigation into the life and times of the chili queens, making frequent reference to the unique sources that guided her inquiry.
Martinello subsequently brings life to her subject through an entertaining yet historically credible bit of creative reconstruction. When Roger Bechan was six, his mother packed his suitcase and took him to the Oklahoma Society for the Friendless. He never saw her again.
Eventually, the boy finds a home in a small Oklahoma oil town, obtains degrees from two universities, marries and raises three sons, and becomes the youngest director of the San Francisco Public Library and an award-winning book designer. Many people in northern Texas and southwestern Oklahoma still believe that the Marlow brothers—George, Charles, Alf, and Epp—were thieves and killers.
In they were charged with rustling and murder, tried by public opinion, and betrayed by law officials responsible for their safety. After Alf and Epp were killed in a brutal ambush, Charles and George accomplished a grisly escape, only to be caught and sent to Dallas for trial where, for their own protection, they were deputized as marshals.
Their story, as lurid and adventuresome as any western saga, documents late nineteenth-century law enforcement in the Southwest. He is a mentor for the Orphan Foundation of America and has represented the organization on national television. The recipient of several writing awards, he lived in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The Fighting Marlows paper. Duane Cummins.
Alexander Campbell, Volume one. Eva Jean Wrather spent most of her adult lifetime writing a biography of Alexander Campbell, founder of the Christian Church Disciples of Christ , the only Protestant denomination to spring from American soil. Historian D. Gordon Illustrated by Court Bailey. Through it all the authors in this collection trace the essential themes that have given the denomination continuity and strength.
A formerly homeless woman decorated the tree, year after year, so that the homeless would have a Christmas tree. When she died, neighbors took over the custom and now decorate it for Easter, Halloween, and other holidays as well.