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The Texas Longhorns: Men’s Basketball Mid-Season Review

Dr. Mark McBath’s latest sports blog post:

The Texas Longhorn’s mens basketball team is off to a great start this season. Approximately half way through the season, they’re currently 14-4, ranked 17th in the country. 318 more words

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Artist's Conundrum

Painting is one of the things most artists can do equally as well inside in their studio or outside; plein air.  The weather is one factor that plays a significant role in making the decision for which. 170 more words


Texas Attorney General says UT fund violated rules

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A foundation that directly paid University of Texas law professors millions in extra compensation lacked transparency and violated school rules, according to a new report by the Texas Attorney General’s Office. 210 more words


Monday is Confederate Heroes Day in Texas

In 1973 the Illinois Legislature was the first in the nation to create an official holiday for Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday. That same year, the Texas Legislature responded to calls for a celebration of MLK’s life and work in a very different manner. 225 more words

Republican Party

Day 16 – Tucumcari Tonite! And a whole bunch of other stuff too!

May 15, 2008

I awoke at something like 4:30am. I had no idea where I was or why I might be in a motel room that looks like a dorm. 2,356 more words

Route 66

Day 15 – Sun, Rain, Rednecks, Dirt, Oklahoma, Texas and Fun

May 14, 2008

What a day. So much has happened that I’m not sure that I can really summarize it.

I woke and showered and loaded up the scooter and by 8:30am I was off and heading for Elk City, OK. 1,987 more words

Route 66

Elon Musk touts Texas for speed-of-sound transit test site

AUSTIN (AP) — Entrepreneur Elon Musk says Texas is atop his list to build a five-mile-long test track for his conceptual Hyperloop project that involves shooting capsules full of people through elevated tubes at the speed of sound. 273 more words