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Rose
Managing editor , alum of & . Can't resist a good story. Pitch me: cahalan@texasobserver.org
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Vera Bergengruen Sep 17
These storms' aftermath drags on long, long after the TV cameras leave town. A year after Hurricane Harvey, people are still displaced, living in FEMA trailers, public buildings are still closed. Must read by &
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Rose 12h
“Basically, an airliner crashes every year on the border, and everybody dies, and nobody knows that it happens.” reviews a new show on migration:
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Rose 12h
Rural reporter reviews 's new memoir: "['Heartland'] forces readers to consider how they value others and how they value themselves."
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Rose Sep 17
A strange story out of Aransas County, where the DA has refused to take cases from the Rockport Police Dept. for more than a year. By
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Rose Sep 14
"Texas already has the highest uninsured rate in the country, and more than 4.5 million adults under 65 in the state have a pre-existing condition that would likely make them uninsurable" w/o the ACA protections Paxton wants to block, writes
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Rose Sep 13
Replying to @MelissaLaLinea
I'm digging the red cover!
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Rose Sep 13
Congrats to , a finalist in the short story contest! Here's her story, a creepy tale inspired by a Houston art installation:
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Rose Sep 13
“What happened this week should show the world ... that you can’t sweep these issues under the rug, that they’ll always come out to light in very tragic ways.”
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Rose Sep 12
Tracy Daugherty's new biography of Billy Lee Brammer traces the checkered life of "The Gay Place" author, as well as his complicated relationship with LBJ, writes Andrew Roush
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The Texas Observer Sep 12
Please join us for a discussion about current U.S. immigration with , attorney , ’ Claudia Muñoz, and the Observer’s & . 7 p.m. TODAY in Austin. Details here:
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Rose Sep 12
"While segregation corralled Freeport’s minority community into the East End, industry has now nearly all but displaced it," writes
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Ashley Lopez Sep 12
Turns out, there was this tiny little-known Texas agency fighting institutional racism in health services, and other government services, for the past several years. About two weeks ago, though, that agency was quietly shut down. Here's my latest for :
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Rose Sep 11
"Some food safety and government accountability experts question if she can make impartial decisions given her financial ties to agribusiness." Latest by :
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Rose Sep 11
"Heartland," 's new memoir, is lyrical, engrossing and seamlessly blends the personal and the political. Looking forward to discussing next week at !
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Rose Sep 11
Nope, it's an open event
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Rose Sep 10
"Hall paints a portrait of Oppenheimer through refraction, resulting in a novel that captures his life fully, but indirectly," writes
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Rose Sep 10
Replying to @NataliaSylv
Congratulations!
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Rose Sep 7
"Since 2013, at least three LaSalle guards have been convicted for sexual misconduct." reports on an immigrant mom alleging sexual abuse at a Waco detention center
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Rose Sep 7
"Environmental groups claim a Justice Kavanaugh would be 'bad news for public health' and 'exceptionally bad' for the environment." Latest from
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Rose Sep 6
"Named after an epigram by Angela Davis — 'Walls turned sideways are bridges' — the show includes the work of 42 artists and artist collectives, many of them current or former prisoners." From
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