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Michael Agresta
Cultural coverage for , , more (Slate, Atlantic, Wired, WSJ). I read, much of the night, and go north in the summer.
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Michael Agresta 50m
New for : my coverage of a controversial art installation on the border by a German-born artist who makes explicit comparisons to the Berlin Wall. Keep reading for a story of a Border Patrol "tactical raid" on a Girl Scout troop in the RGV.
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Michael Agresta 4h
Congratulations to Australia, I guess. How Australia’s Image Went from Crocodile Dundee to $39 Hand Soap
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Michael Agresta 23h
This is a big fucking deal.
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Michael Agresta Feb 20
There are real reasons for Dems to disagree on candidates this primary. Just remember, a lot of bad guys are feeding us digital poison trying to make us hate each other. Keep solidarity, keep focus on how much we agree and support each other. Stay human.
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Texas Monthly Feb 19
World-renowned architect David Adjaye is finally bringing his talents to Texas. The free, open-to-the-public art center , which is the vision of the late Linda Pace, will open in San Antonio in October. By :
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Michael Agresta Feb 18
Klobuchar/Gritty 2020 would cover all swing state bases....
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Michael Agresta Feb 15
Hottest future use of national emergency powers: green new deal Coldest: gun taking Most popular: debt jubilee Most likely: Rounding up people who tweet stuff like this
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Michael Agresta Feb 11
More good news at . Austin's top museum getting more and more legit.
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Michael Agresta Feb 7
My write-up for of a major new building in San Antonio, Ruby City by architect Sir David Adjaye. It'll be the future home of the art collection of legendary patron/collector Linda Pace.
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Texas Monthly Feb 7
.: David Adjaye is the rock-star international architect du jour, the hottest thing in his profession since four walls and a roof. Texas now has a glimpse of its first Adjaye creation: the Ruby City public art center that's coming to San Antonio.
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Michael Agresta Feb 7
Please read this or other explainers of the Green New Deal. It's beautiful to see our reps working on a real solution to this problem that so terrorizes our consciences, poisons the solace of family and children, and divides us from neighbors yoked to the carbon economy.
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Michael Agresta Feb 5
I prefer fresh-baked madeleine flavor.
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Michael Agresta Feb 5
I understand 's argument that Schultz will likely draw more Trump voters than Dems, but I still think, just to be safe, we should all boycott and support local business.
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Jolie McCullough Feb 4
Replying to @whitmire_john
He ends by declaring it is not soft on crime. It is unconstitutional to hold somebody in jail simply because they're poor while someone with means, same circumstances, same charges, same allegations get to go free."
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Michael Agresta Feb 3
Rooting for the Rams to win this game reminds me of rooting for John Kerry to beat George W. Bush.
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Michael Agresta Feb 3
Didn't Coldplay just play the Super Bowl a few years ago?
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Michael Agresta Feb 3
If Dems win House, Senate, and Presidency in 2020, do you think they'll pass
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Michael Agresta Feb 1
Replying to @MikeElliotBarry
Sorry. Didn't realize I was hitting close to your home. Will delete and remind myself my 2019 resolution: "Keep it positive."
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Celia Israel Jan 31
I’m calling on recall his office’s advisory & end this voter purge exercise. The process laid out in the advisory produced by his office is not in statute. It is my opinion the courts will find this process violates the NVRA & U.S. Constitution.
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Christian Wallace Jan 30
This Friday marks 's last day at Texas Monthly before she trades chili for chowder and heads off to a new adventure in Boston. Here's a small thread celebrating some of my favorite TM pieces by my favorite Huntsvillian.
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