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The Edge of Texas Nov 10-11

Texas Monthly announces the talent lineup and schedule of events for The Edge of Texas, a weekend-long exploration of the people, ideas, and subjects shaping the future of Texas and the world. 1,720 more words

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The Edge of Texas 2017 Lineup Announced

2017 marks the first annual Texas Monthly The Edge of Texas. Based off the May 2017 issue, this event is what I like to think of as a all-Texas SXSW in the middle of the Autumn season up in Dallas, TX. 161 more words

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Think Before You Donate (But Don't Trust a Random Meme)

This went around a while back and I have seen it shared again a few times today. I guess it’s making the rounds again in light of Hurricane Harvey. 141 more words

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Eating the Texas State Fair

The food came in two categories: savory and sweet. He would try them all. He would eat them on sticks, with plastic utensils that would litter the grounds of the park long after he and his descendants had passed, he would pick them up and eat them with his hands.

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Snow's BBQ- Lexington, TX

This is what dreams are made of…or at least bbq dreams. I can officially say that I’ve had the best bbq in Texas. Texas Monthly… 713 more words

The Top 5 Longreads of the Week

This week, we’re sharing stories from Jay Caspian Kang, Ryan Goldberg, Brendan I. Koerner, Andrew Richdale,¬†and Ferris Jabr.

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Exploiting Mexico's Indigenous People to Get the West Its Drugs

In the 1600s, Northern Mexico’s indigenous Tarahumara tribe escaped Spanish incursions by moving deep into the rugged Sierra Madre. There, they cultivated the steep canyons, maintained their cultural identity and traditions, and developed into some of the world’s best long-distance runners, able to run for days without stopping. 707 more words

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