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January 18, 2024

The Letters

In this original short story, a San Antonio divorcé receives a series of missives from his elderly mother that hint at a past he never knew about.

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January 8, 2024

Protecting Iconic Texas

If you’ve ever scrambled to the top of Enchanted Rock, that massive speed bump of pink granite that rises from the Hill Country north of Fredericksburg, you’ve explored land protected by The Nature Conservancy in Texas (TNC).

News & Politics|
January 5, 2024

Are Texas’s Abnormally Warm Winters the New Normal?

During the height of Texas’s unbearably hot summer a few months ago, I told you all how excited I was for winter. The period of June through August—when temperatures reached the triple digits and it was impossible to step outside without breaking a sweat—was a true test of my

Ken Paxton Watch|
January 5, 2024

Paxton Watch: After a “Swatting” Incident at His House, the AG Called Out His Political Opponents—but Does It Add Up?

The beleaguered attorney general blamed House Speaker Dade Phelan for “doxxing” him, but he failed to mention that the address contained in the impeachment materials Phelan released was for Paxton’s residence in another city.

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