Previewing 'Bernie'

Question of the week: The film "Bernie" is based on an article published in Texas Monthly in 1998. What is the name of the article?

Answer below in the comment section for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the April 17th KCET Cinema Series screening of "Bernie." [Contest ends Monday, 4/16/2012, at 5PM].
After the screening stick around for the Q&A with writer/director Richard Linklater.


What happens when the nicest man in town strikes a friendship with the most hated woman in the community? The hilarious Jack Black stars as Bernie, a mortician in small Texas town who befriends a rich widow, Marjorie Nugent, played by the legendary Shirley MacLaine. After Nugent's sudden disappearance, no one in town misses her absence, until the local district attorney (Matthew McConaughey) begins investigating Bernie and Nugent's questionable liaison. In keeping with tradition, this wacky comedy is based on a true story!

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Midnight in The Garden of East Texas, it's a "must read"!


The article by Skip Hollandsworth, published in Texas Monthly in 1998, was called "Midnight in the Garden of East Texas."


It's called "Midnight in the Garden of East Texas!" I will be crossing my fingers for those tickets in the garden of West Los Angeles.