The documentary in Falfurrias is sinister and spiritual.
Nic Yeager (they, she) is the culture fellow at the Texas Observer. Originally from Austin, Nic wrote for the Austin Chronicle before joining the Observer. They have a bachelor's degree in American studies and queer studies from Wesleyan University, and co-authored a guidebook 111 Places in Austin That You Must Not Miss.
Articles by Nic Yeager
A new book from UT Austin research professor Raj Patel and UC San Francisco physician Rupa Marya argues that our bodies, our society, and our planet are inflamed.
A legendary accordionist in San Antonio, Eva Ybarra faced an uphill battle as a female musician throughout her career.
The 19-year-old Austin actor and organizer on biracial identity and why she thinks female characters should start building power.
The groundbreaking musician presents pop music that centers trans women and femmes.
Three Texan authors build on a long tradition of dissent from patriotic accounts of Texas history in a new book on the racism baked into our story of the Alamo.
A quintessentially American, and Texan, film genre, the Western has mistold Texas history since its beginnings.
‘Through the Plexi-Glass’ inadvertently portrays the Austin-based hotelier as insensitive and voyeuristic.
A recent novel offers a South Texas story for organizers, scholars, poets, and lovers.
In his return to Texas, the artist from Mexia uses animals, silhouette, and texture in his latest installation at the Blanton Museum of Art.