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Texas Supreme Court Allows Medicaid Cuts To Children's Therapy To Proceed

A significant cut to the amount of money Texas pays therapists who treat children with disabilities was finally cleared to take effect — more than one year after state lawmakers originally ordered it — when the Texas Supreme Court on Friday declined to hear a lawsuit over the budget cut's legality.

Art & Seek

Review: ‘Clay Between Two Seas” At The Crow Collection

‘Clay Between Two Seas’ is a world-premiere exhibition of Mexican clay pottery, the celebrated kind known as Talavera. The show traces the origins and styles of the ceramic art, and the show just opened at the Crow Museum of Asian Art. Whichled local All Things Considered host Justin Martin to sit down with Art & […]

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Building The Republic Of Texas

This hour, we’ll talk about how cotton and the labor that fueled it led to the Texas revolution – and about how Texas provided a blue print for the Confederacy – with UNT assistant history professor Andrew Torget.

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Tellyspotting

Did the German version of Fawlty Towers ever ‘mention the war’?

As we celebrated the 41st anniversary this past week of Fawlty Towers, I thought it would fun to take a look back at how the greatest situation comedy of all-time made the leap to German broadcaster RTL. The first ever non-English adaptation of the John Cleese/Connie Booth bit of brilliance occurred in 2001 with a pilot set […]