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Dallas’ first freeway was built over a Freedmen’s cemetery, a cultural clear-cutting in a city built on convenience.
The documentary in Falfurrias is sinister and spiritual.
Deep in a mountainous landscape, West Texas-born musician W. Chase Peeler stumbles upon a gold mine of music makers who prefer life off the grid.
Elon Musk wants to go to Mars. Money, regulations, and public beaches are no object.
Four days after 9/11, a towing barge crashed into the Queen Isabella Causeway, killing eight people. Twenty years later, the fishermen who saved three lives are telling what really happened that night.
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 former state representative led a revolt against corruption in 1972—and is calling for action now.
Black musicians were already struggling for resources and recognition before the pandemic. Now, they’re back onstage, championing lasting reform in the live music industry.