For Some Evangelicals, Black Lives Matter Now

Patricia Ann Ashley said her mother was still in high school when the white man her family worked for as sharecroppers accused...

Find Out if Your Weekend Plans Will Land You in Bed With COVID-19

As the pandemic drags on and people get antsy about wanting to get out and about, researchers are coming to the rescue...

Austin Seniors Brew Beer at Assisted Living Facility

At the start of the pandemic, people were unsure how to use their time. Many baked bread. Some gardened. Others resurrected old...

Podcasts to Help You Cope With Present-Day Issues

Here are podcasts that cover present-day issues and may bring you some inspiration to keep your head up through these uncertain times.

Not Everything is Canceled. These Texas Events are Happening.

This year’s event calendar has gotten smaller every month as we maneuver through the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Dallas, Houston Still Having Restaurant Weeks for Charity

Restaurant weeks offer discount gourmet meals for dinner and lunch at some of the best restaurants in the Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth...

Facebook Group Puts Businesses on Blast for not Social Distancing

Have you been to a restaurant that had the tables too close together? Have you found a bar that is open in...

The Future of Texas Performing Arts Hangs in the Balance

Empty rows of theater seats, darkened auditoriums, and canceled summer show tickets: these are all tangible reminders for the Texas arts and...

Masks and No Masks: What Texans Did on the Holiday Weekend

Instead of crowding parks for the Fourth of July, Texans went to drive-in fireworks and attended virtual shows. But not everyone cared...

Texas Public Utility Commission Extends Electricity Payment Assistance

The Texas Public Utility Commission has extended the state’s Electricity Relief Program through Aug. 31. The program, which was originally scheduled to...

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