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Candy

This needull is a very interesting profile on Candy Barr, an American stripper, burlesque dancer in the mid-20th century. “At age 16, Barr appeared in one of the most famous and widely circulated of the early… 189 more words

Life

Weighing the Impact of Nationalized Medicine

When the ACA was passed in 2010, Ana Maria Garza Cortez could hardly believe it. She’d spent decades trying to help poor people in San Antonio get health care.

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Nonfiction

Adventurin' in Round Top Texas.

I LOVE Texas, and this little..and I do mean little… itsy bitsy, teensy weensy yellow polka dot biki… Oh whoops, slipped into song there 421 more words

Antique Week

I Can Cook Like A Texan, But I’d Druther Eat Like One

by Rhonda Dutton

On Sunday, Texas Monthly and Infinity hosted the first ever “Cook Like a Texan” pop-up picnic in Klyde Warren Park. The picnic involved tastings of main dishes, sides, and sips from Texas chefs, restaurants, and local brands. 665 more words

Dallas

Cook Like a Texan This Sunday at Klyde Warren

Tickets to Texas Monthly’s Cook Like a Texan event in Dallas are still available. “Cook Like a Texan,” a pop-up picnic in Klyde Warren Park on Sunday, December 4 from noon–4 p.m. 346 more words

Steven Doyle

Eyes open, moving ahead

To be an American and believe in the American system is to respect the outcome of elections, especially when your side loses or, in this case, when the side you especially fear and detest wins.  694 more words

Politics

Car Free: Houston.

Texas Monthly Magazine has this humorous article in shows exactly what living car-free in Houston can be like.

I did it when I first moved back here. 298 more words