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A Cuban Revelation

It’s July 2016. The long drive to Baracoa is scenic but hot. Even with the AC in their rented Geely on full blast, the...

The Bare Minimum

Her eyes are aquamarine, piercing but kind. Like the color of the sea before it washes up onto the beach. Those eyes have seen...

A Tale of Two Storms

Galveston's Seawall Became Its Maginot Line By Tom Curtis I've lived about half my life in a city that shouldn't be there. In local parlance, I...

Nurses Unite

John Peter Smith hospital's emergency room is part of a state-of-the-art medical pavilion, open less than a year. But conditions in the ER's "green...

A Valuable Crop

The Johnson County Jail in Cleburne, at the end of a short country road off the town’s main street, is a complex of imposing...

There Will Be Oil

Pen in hand, Tucker Dean stopped to sign his name. “I want to help out any way I can,” said the UTA drama major. “I...

Bearish in Cowtown

Don't seek to know for whom the recession bites. It's growling at thee. By Fort Worth Weekly staff A lot of local business news stories...

Resist

Rod Nippert grew up on a farm with 40,000 turkeys in the Appalachian Mountains in Southeastern Ohio. He wanted to escape the life of...

Ranch Tradition: Hanging On

The tools of a rancher’s trade are scattered around the office in Saginaw. Leather chaps, spurs, dusters, bridles, and sweat-stained cowboy hats hang on...

Polydogs

The Polydogs did not gather one dark evening to conspire in a shadowy basement. They did not unite with the goal of world domination...