Volume Dos of Trucha’s first-ever advice column, Consejitos Con Santana, answers questions from queer and gender-nonconforming people about relationship troubles and all things queer romance!
Diabetes can affect anyone, and properly informing ourselves about it will help us make progress. Read more to learn about a community member who has lived with diabetes practically her whole life and has become an advocate for change.
District Attorney, facing community pressure, reduces charge against Brownsville Environmental Activist
The charge against environmental activist Bekah Hinojosa has been reduced from a Class B Misdemeanor to a Class C Misdemeanor. Check out the full press release for details!
The book club hosted by Planned Parenthood South Texas creates a space for members to discuss books about the issues that affect our community. October dealt with identity and being a member of the LGBTQ+ community in a Latinx family. Read the article to find out what was discussed!
Gag Booking and Blow Up Dollz share the financial struggles and expenses that musicians in the RGV music scene face when booking shows and going on tour.
Trucha’s first-ever advice column, Consejitos Con Santana, will focus on answering questions from queer and gender-nonconforming people about gender, relationships, and coming out, among other things.
Experience border narratives from the RGV, Laredo, and beyond at Miraaa Media Fest in 2024! Uncover how Miraaa is on a mission to create a more inclusive and boundary-breaking art world and how you, too, can submit your film short before the deadline.
Read about the incredible journey of the Flower Shop Art Residency, a vital testament to the collective artistic efforts in the Rio Grande Valley. This Friday, the “Art is Short for Artifact” exhibition highlights the work of the four artists who participated in Flower Shop’s first residency cycle!
More often than not, reality is scarier than fiction. Perhaps El Cucuy y El Chupacabra, who are an integral part of our cultural zeitgeist, exist as reminders of nuestra resistencia contra nuestros opresores, our resistance against our oppressors.
After a slew of restrictive legislation on reproductive rights, several organizations throughout the RGV continue to provide information and resources to those who need it. Take a look at the services they provide and the work they do for our community.