Gary Bradley fires back in the ongoing battle over who will control ranchland claimed by Hatsy Heep Shaffer, but it will be a while, if ever, before the Circle C developer can implement his development plans for the land.
After months of litigation over who owns what portion of the Sand Beach Reserve on Town Lake, Lumbermen's Development Corp. has offered the city a deal. Also: the council discusses a settlement with Stratus properties over development on their land over the aquifer, and the city amends the camping ordinance.
For working-class people who didn't get a college education handed to them, CBS' That's Life rings true. Also, reports on the loss of UPN in Austin, the upcoming Larry David series, and Buffy & Angel season premieres.
Katherine Catmull never intended to pursue a career in acting. In fact, she seriously avoided it for as long as she could, choosing instead to earn her degree in English literature. Why is revealed in this profile of one of Austin's most sophisticated and literate performers.
A heroic swimmer falls from grace and becomes addicted to dope. A story ripped from the Olympic headlines? Why no, it's the strange tale of Priscilla the Pig, whose memory is enshrined in a Houston home.