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The CultureMap Interview

Texas Tribune editor talks Wendy Davis, Ted Cruz and why politics is more fun than football

By Katie Friel

Texas Tribune CEO and editor-in-chief Evan Smith walks quickly. As we race down the long corridor of the Tribune's new offices on the corner of Ninth Street and Congress Avenue in Austin (they& ...


Texas Tribune Festival Houston Launch Party

Join for a happy hour event celebrating the launch of ticket sales for the 2013 Texas Tribune Festival. As registration for the festival opened on May 3, the organizers are are hosting parties in A


Legislating It

Texas and Texas A&M could be forced to renew their football rivalry and play every year again

By Whitney Radley

As if the Texas Legislature didn't have enough important on its plate during the 83rd biennial session, what with across-the-board budget shortfalls and statewide water shortages, a state ...


Forming new opinions

Texas Tribune's "festival of ideas" brings leaders together to tackle state's problems

By Karen Brooks Harper

Noisy and alcohol-soaked and covered in mud? Not even close. No live bands and not a single festival chair in sight. But then again, a political “festival of ideas” is a little diff ...


Presidential Politics

Is Rick Perry the second coming of George W? One reporter watches Perry repeat the Bush campaign trail

By Karen Brooks Harper

I saw it coming, but not for the reasons others saw it coming. For me, it was the flashbacks. By the time he got around to making the formal announcement that he was running for president, ...


Media Rumblings

Are nonprofits the only way journalism can survive?

By Sarah Rufca

In the landscape of declining revenues for traditional media outlets, there's been one model that has excelled in recent years: the nonprofit newsroom. It's a formula that has kept publ ...


Real Estate Round-up

The housing recession is not over and other myth-defying truths from national real estate experts

By Ralph Bivins

A full recovery of the nation’s real estate markets will not occur until 2013, but Texas will fare better than most places. That was the broad consensus from economists, analysts and expe ...


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