The lack of transparency by local governments and negative impacts on the surrounding natural ecosystems and endangered wildlife are but a few ways in which Space X has ensured a legacy of recolonization of the RGV.
A quick talk with Mexican graphic designer Michel Flores Tavizón. She provided insight about artivism, important social issues, future plans, and her design for the Protect Trans Youth Campaign
One day, it was just there: Elon Musk’s face set against the planet Mars, looking out over downtown Brownsville like a cowboy ready to lift the Rio Grande Valley up by its bootstraps. The original commission had only asked for the red planet emblazoned with the name of the SpaceX photography show, “Boca Chica to Mars,” at the Livery Gallery next door, but adding Musk was all Pop Culture.
In 2022, our public schools have become a political battlefield. From limiting what students can read to restricting the topics teachers should teach, issues involving K-12 education have taken on heightened political importance.
We interviewed seven poets in the Rio Grande Valley to commemorate this month – the following four up-and-coming poets are making their voices heard, writing and speaking from their hearts, and connecting with the local community.
We interviewed 3 poets in the Rio Grande Valley to commemorate this month – the following are local published authors whose work has inspired that of countless others. Take note, support their work, and follow their journeys.
Women’s History Month may be coming to an end, but it’s not too late to show support for las mujeres trabajadoras. Among them are artists, healers, creators, and boss women who fearlessly run their businesses. Don’t miss out on these 10 small businesses and the women who are making their mark throughout the RGV.