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Q: I was born and raised in Texas and have resided in New York City for the past couple of years. On a recent trip back home, I visited a friend on his ranch in West Texas and was mocked unmercifully for wearing skinny jeans. I will admit that the jeans…
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To meet the demands of a growing economy in Texas, educators in the STEM fields have to innovate how they teach while increasing opportunities for students interested in getting a higher education.
And tells readers to wish him a "Happy Iraq War Day."
Ten thousand "city killers" pass by the Earth unnoticed every year, said a NASA official.
The Texas Tribune reported Monday that the president of the Fort Bend County Tea Party formerly served as the “director of propaganda” for the American Fascist Party. Listen to a speech Ives gave in September at Tea Party meeting where he hosted Michael Quinn Sullivan.
George P. Bush announced he is running for land commissioner this week.
The Texas governor took the stage at CPAC and offered a defense of conservative values, maintaining that Republicans lost the presidency in '08 and '12 because they failed to nominate true conservative candidates.
In a committee hearing Wednesday, Tommy Williams and Wendy Davis spent fifteen minutes sparring over SB 21, a bill by Williams that would make drug testing mandatory for certain individuals wishing to receive unemployment benefits.
Regardless of your views, at least you know what's going on in there.
Just surveying the property will cost up to $25,000.
American Sign Language interpreter Barbie Parker wanted to communicate the live music experience to the deaf community, so she started LotuSIGN, a company that specializes in imparting the emotion and feeling of being at a show to hard of hearing music fans.
He was a world-renowned piano prodigy whose romanticism and technical virtuosity inspired thousands and famously helped thaw the Cold War. But as a visit to his hometown of Kilgore made clear to me, Van Cliburn was also a Texan, a Southerner, a Baptist, a patriot, and a man who loved black-eyed peas as much as I do.
Sen. Dan Patrick's bill, which would require doctors to personally administer the two doses of the medication that induces abortion, is a dagger to the heart of the Republican party.
The former field director for the Obama campaign outlined the group's plan to turn Texas blue.
Last Tuesday, the James Beard Foundation announced its list of semifinalists for the 2013 James Beard Awards, a yearly awards ceremony that honors outstanding restaurants, bars, restaurateurs, chefs, pastry chefs, mixologists, sommeliers, and food journalists across the nation. Texas sealed an impressive 25 nominations on the preliminary list, featuring…
By The Daily Beast. We already knew they were great.
Cove's chef de cuisine talks about the genesis of his newest concept, why Texas raw bars are so few and far between, and how he is utilizing unique ingredients like lionfish to bring new dishes to Houston.
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