Feels Like the Last Time

The College Station of my late-seventies adolescence had its share of record shops—mall mainstays like Musicland and mom-and-pops that came and went. But Hastings Entertainment was a destination. Its megastore in the Culpepper Plaza strip center, a short bike ride from my home, became the place to while away summer afternoons and shed discretionary income in proportions that only a teenager with part-time employment as a dishwasher could justify.

Would Legalizing Gay Marriage Add $180 Million to the Texas Economy?

 

Anybody who has ever planned a big wedding has probably noticed that every aspect of it is expensive: The moment caterers, venues, chair-rental companies, DJs, etc, etc, etc, hear the word "wedding," the prices seem to spike at least 20 percent. When you multiply that by the number of people on the guest list, the numbers add up. 

Does San Antonio or Dallas Make More Sense For the Potential Tesla Battery Factory?

Snagging the Tesla Gigafactory battery plant would be one of the biggest economic development coups for whichever state ends up landing the prize. The $5 billion factory to build batteries for the electric car manufacturer is expected to employ some 6,500 people—and make the hotly-desired luxury car available to a wider range of people. 

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