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Amelia Earhart en route: Sculpture to memorialize aviatrix’s Brownsville connection

Few places have a legitimate claim to the legacy of legendary aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, though Brownsville is one such place.

It was a good day for Gen X: Kings of the West tour a...

HIDALGO — Forgotten generation who?

Donna museum announces Chisholm Trail Art Contest winners

The Donna Historical Museum/Tourist Center thanks all participants of its 11th annual art contest, and announces this year’s results of the Chisholm Trail Art Contest 2024.

A how-to for vegetable gardening in hot climates

This is a great time for planting a spring and early summer garden, but our heat, especially this past year, may be cause for concern.

Final mural in Harlingen’s History of Rock ‘n’ Roll project unveiled downtown

HARLINGEN — Keyboards move in a solid arch beneath Elvis’s bold face leaning into a microphone as Chuck Berry rises high and proud with his guitar.

Hidalgo Coin Club meeting, show set for next week

The Hidalgo Coin Club will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, March 11, at the McAllen Chamber of Commerce, 1200 Ash Ave. in McAllen.

Spectacle of awareness: Exhibition explores feminine perception through imaginatively realistic approach

Do you want an art that comes from the inner being of the artist and becomes visible via imagination overdrive?

Passing the torch: Brownsville’s ROCA takes over ‘Little Bit of Mexico’

A cherished Brownsville tradition will survive because of a gift of love from the Sisters of the Order of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament (OVISS) to the Revival of Cultural Arts (ROCA).