If you’re intrigued by the idea of goin’ crabbin’ on the Texas coast (see page 20 of the print issue for the full story), think about this: The same crabs and marshland wildlife that attract thousands of visitors to Bolivar Peninsula also lure many migratory bird species.
The annual State Fair of Texas, held in Dallas every fall, probably has the market cornered on inventive fried-food concoctions; think of deep-fried Coke, deep-fried Oreos, and chicken-fried bacon.
It’s a Picnic
In South Texas, even certain temperate days in February lend themselves to picnics.
It would be hard to think of a more unforgiving environment for a painting than the Dancing Mascotte, the bar of the smoky Corso Theatre in Zürich, a nightspot frequented in the 1930s by often-raucous Surrealist artists, musicians, dancers, and hangers-on.