Five Rio Grande Valley–based reporters talk about covering the drug war in Mexico over the past decade.

By Eric Benson

Growing up in my family, there were things you just didn’t talk about. Like feelings. Or sex. Or dying from AIDS.

By W. K. Stratton

Advice for Tiger’s new swing coach.

 

By David Courtney

In their sixties Houston-based prime, the music of Bobby “Blue” Bland and his musical director Joe Scott was every bit as good as that of Frank Sinatra and Nelson Riddle. 

By John Nova Lomax

In Reynosa, a brave and conflicted group of social media users goes where journalists fear to tread.

By Eric Benson

Five Rio Grande Valley–based reporters talk about covering the drug war in Mexico over the past decade.

By Eric Benson

Growing up in my family, there were things you just didn’t talk about. Like feelings. Or sex. Or dying from AIDS.

By W. K. Stratton

Advice for Tiger’s new swing coach.

 

By David Courtney

In their sixties Houston-based prime, the music of Bobby “Blue” Bland and his musical director Joe Scott was every bit as good as that of Frank Sinatra and Nelson Riddle. 

By John Nova Lomax

In Reynosa, a brave and conflicted group of social media users goes where journalists fear to tread.

By Eric Benson

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Ugly protests against Texas Muslims Capitol Day, and youth crime rates are falling across the state. 

Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth—and even Arlington—are exceeding the capital city in a number of ways.

Austin’s Hello Caller brings a jangly, shuffling beat to the singles series from startup label Violent Films.

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