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Texas Women Mobilize to Continue the Momentum from the Marches

Austin and San Antonio events were among hundreds planned over the next several months to build on the activism the Women’s Marches inspired.

Austin’s ‘Ameripolitan’ Awards: Don’t Call Them Country

Founded by honky-tonker Dale Watson, the prizes are a counterpoise to Nashville’s music.

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Mesoamerican Artifacts Highlight Makeover at UT’s Blanton

UT, A&M Admissions Proceed Apace Amidst Travel Ban Confusion

After Super Bowl shocker, triumph and defeat coexist in uneasy proximity

Super Bowl Halftime, 1974 Style: Longhorn Band, Violins and Miss Texas

Lady Gaga Shows Her Personal Side Ahead of Super Bowl Performance

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No-Frills ‘Green Burials’ Offer New Way to Go to the Great Hereafter

A movement to promote burials that allow bodies to decompose naturally is being led by women who hope to change the conversation surrounding death and death care.

Firearms Fashion Brings Women Together

At female gun clubs in Central Texas, women share an interest in self-protection with style: Custom-colored guns and holsters adapted for women’s bodies are growing in popularity.

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The Banned: Stories of Austin Immigrants Affected by the Trump Order

Shamanism Finds New Followers in the Modern World

Austin Nurse Finds a Calling in Medical Relief Missions to Haiti

Pastors for Texas Children Become a Rising Voice Against School Vouchers

Grocer’s Son, Then Doctor, Now Major Donor to UT’s New Medical School