In this interview, OutInThe956 features Marc McCrea, a queer artist from the RGV, asking him insightful questions about his art process, slugs, and more.
With the rise of thrifting costs, free clothing swaps are becoming a more accessible option for the RGV community. Preloved Reloved RGV is a new group of activists who aims to provide just that.
There is a serious lack of transparency and access to recycling and disposal services throughout Mission, Palmview, Penitas, and La Joya. As a result, our Valley landscapes are littered with illegally dumped tires, mattresses, and other bulky items. We’ve included a list of (limited) services provided by these cities.
Edinburg North High School’s Mariachi Oro shines on the silver screen in a new documentary that follows the students through their mariachi competitions and personal successes.
Growing up as a theatre kid in the RGV in the early 2010s, there were few people or organizations to look up to. Now in 2023, theatre kids like Brisa Areli Muñoz are proving that pursuing the arts can take you to many avenues.
The peace of being surrounded by the natural world should be an experience accessible to all. Recognizing that the recreational system historically was built on oppression means there is a need to dismantle the effects of racism that have affected communities of color.
With the Dream Act and DACA in a constant state of limbo, many Dreamers are left uncertain about their future. Local artist Face 2 Face opened up to us about his reality as a Dreamer and how he incorporated the Dreamers within his artwork.
We took a trip down memory lane and compiled a list of 5 eventful moments that happened in the Rio Grande Valley in 2022. Let’s make 2023 another year to remember!
Welcome to No Scabs Allowed! My name is Bianca, and I’m a local union organizer, mother, and a proud VP of the Texas Staff Union, a unit of the Washington Baltimore News Guild, a local of the Communication Workers of America- 32035.
In a “post” pandemic world, leaving the house is a modest challenge; adversaries present themselves everywhere. Whether through disease, awkward social interactions, or unwanted charges at the ATM. However, one of the most prevalent unwanted conditions is boredom, and some Rio Grande Valley residents issue the main cause is the Valley itself.