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Features

    Feature

    Drive In, Chill Out

    Drive-in theaters, long past their heyday, remain as beacons of nostalgia that offer cinema under a boundless sky

    Feature

    Make It a Large

    Sometimes your eyes—like the oversized food on Texas menus—are bigger than your stomach


Departments

Letters to the Editor

    Hit the Road With Chet Garner

    Lowly Activities in Arlington

    Top O’ Hill Terrace was a tearoom atop an underground gambling hideout

    Web Extras

    June 2019 Web Extras

    Find exclusive online content from this issue

    TCP Kitchen

    Standout Summer Sides

    This month’s 75th anniversary look back features Old-World Baked Beans from July 1955

    June 2019 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Feedin’ Time

    Feast your eyes on these photos, which show that foodies abound everywhere

    75th Anniversary

    75th Anniversary Timeline: Science and Technology

    Highlighting events and milestones through the years that coincide with Texas Co-op Power’s 75 years of publication

    Currents

    Just a Hop, Skip and a Jump Away

    Some of the topics we looked into while you were reading last month’s issue

    Texas History

    The Nylon Campaign

    Texas Co-op Power has defended electric cooperatives against gossip and graft since 1944

    Texas USA

    D-Day’s Texas Legend

    James Earl Rudder, an Aggie from Eden, led a Ranger battalion in the perilous invasion of France 75 years ago

    Observations

    Bad Moon Waning

    Superstition’s grip on our family may finally be slipping

    Energy News

    Considering Solar? Know the Facts

    Many factors affect true cost and actual energy savings



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