In a world where coffee reigns supreme, boba is slowly rising to the top, where it has become a symbol of growing diversity and culture in the Rio Grande Valley.
In this interview, OutInThe956 features Marc McCrea, a queer artist from the RGV, asking him insightful questions about his art process, slugs, and more.
While bigger cities have a lot to offer, they can feel overwhelming, cluttered, and crowded. In comparison, the RGV gives us the time to value our community’s and culture’s richness— an ideal spot to join a slower, more intentional way of living.
Jesus Treviño is a wonderful example of Rio Grande Valley talent nurtured by amazing art educators. His exhibition, La Carrera Fading in the Sun, shows an artist who pushes past mastery of the medium and is sharpening his voice and identity.
Nuestra Delta Magica: Settler Imaginaries & Community Resistance is a two-month-long exhibition that will investigate untold South Texas history of land settlement, addressing racial and environmental injustices happening in the Rio Grande Valley.
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!
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