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Across Texas, Tens Of Thousands Participate In Women's Marches

The day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, tens of thousands of Texans took part in women's marches across the state, flooding the streets around the state Capitol in Austin, striding through downtown Dallas and congregating at Houston City Hall.

Art & Seek

State Of The Arts: Can This Be The New Gateway To Dallas’ Arts District?

Eight years ago, there was no Winspear Opera House, no Wyly Theatre, no Klyde Warren Park, no City Performance Hall. All that happened in just eight years – which is one reason a new blueprint has been drawn up for future development in Dallas’ Arts District. In State of the Arts, our weekly look at […]

Think with Krys Boyd

Trump And Texas

William McKenzie of the Bush Institute and O. Ricardo Pimentel, columnist for the San Antonio Express-News, join us to talk about what Texans would like the president-elect to know about our state.

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Young girl offers services to provide temporary new bong for Big Ben

As we reported recently, Big Ben, the iconic London landmark, will fall silent after it closes its doors to visitors for a major three-year £29 million refurbishment project. Housed in what was originally known as the “Clock Tower” and now officially known as Elizabeth Tower (it was renamed to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II in […]