Tag Archives: Rag Bloggers

Luis G. Guerra :
STORY | Ceremony at San Pedro Springs

By Luis G. Guerra | The Rag Blog | April 25, 2020 These last few days, I’ve been thinking a lot about the state of the world. Our pandemic plight today reminded me of a story I wrote and narrated … finish reading Luis G. Guerra :
STORY | Ceremony at San Pedro Springs

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Alice Embree :
FILM |’Parasite’ vs. ‘Schitt’s Creek’

Two takes on class-based cluelessness. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | April 21, 2020 I have been able to see Parasite again on the small screen in Corona-induced isolation. The film won the Palme d’Or at Cannes and … finish reading Alice Embree :
FILM |’Parasite’ vs. ‘Schitt’s Creek’

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Alice Embree :
Injunction allows voting by mail in Texas

Attorney General Ken Paxton set to fight it in court. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | April 20, 2020 AUSTIN (Breaking News) — Texans should apply for their mail-in ballots ASAP. An injunction went into effect April 20, … finish reading Alice Embree :
Injunction allows voting by mail in Texas

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Bruce Melton :
COVID-19: The tale of two graphs

Careful what you see and believe. By Bruce Melton | The Rag Blog | April 20, 2020 In my work as a professional engineer, as an environmental researcher, and now as the director of the oldest independent climate science education … finish reading Bruce Melton :
COVID-19: The tale of two graphs

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Anne Lewis :
PHOTO ESSAY | Playing cards with the devil

They are gathered. The sermon begins. By Anne Lewis | The Rag Blog | April 19, 2020 AUSTIN — This story is a compromise between common sense and documentary instinct. Every photograph is socially distanced. The quotes come, in part, … finish reading Anne Lewis :
PHOTO ESSAY | Playing cards with the devil

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Roger Baker :
METRO | Austin area transportation planning update

Now is a good time to pause and reflect. I-35 in downtown Austin. Photo by Todd Morris / Flickr / Creative Commons. By Roger Baker | The Rag Blog | April 16, 2020 AUSTIN — The federally-required CAMPO planning process … finish reading Roger Baker :
METRO | Austin area transportation planning update

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Allen Young :
BOOKS | ‘Red Scare in the Green Mountains’

Political paradox in Vermont is narrated with insight in Rick Winston’s book. By Allen Young | The Rag Blog | April 12, 2020 ROYALSTON, Mass. — There are paradoxes in the politics of Vermont. When a liberal majority in the … finish reading Allen Young :
BOOKS | ‘Red Scare in the Green Mountains’

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Allen Young :
A remembrance of Gene Bishop and
Herman Goldfarb

Two doctors who were activists for peace. By Allen Young | The Rag Blog | March 30, 2020 ROYALSTON, Mass. — Every time I read about a monument being erected to honor soldiers, I remember conversations I’ve had with friends … finish reading Allen Young :
A remembrance of Gene Bishop and
Herman Goldfarb

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Alice Embree :
‘Virtual Cough-In’ called for

Seniors confront Dan Patrick’s ‘Coffin Campaign.’ By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | March 29, 2020 AUSTIN — On March 23, as the coronavirus pandemic sent shock waves across the nation, Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick told Fox News … finish reading Alice Embree :
‘Virtual Cough-In’ called for

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Alice Embree :
Preserve Houston’s historic underground newspaper

Read the latest on the Space City! project. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | March 9, 2020 HOUSTON — Did you work on Space City!, Houston’s historic underground newspaper? Did you sell it? Did you read it? Do … finish reading Alice Embree :
Preserve Houston’s historic underground newspaper

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Steve Rossignol :
A way station for the Underground Railroad in Blanco County?

Some may be surprised that there was an Underground Railroad network in Texas. By Steve Rossignol | The Rag Blog | February 13, 2020 We are all familiar with the tales of the Underground Railroad, how enslaved people in the … finish reading Steve Rossignol :
A way station for the Underground Railroad in Blanco County?

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Alice Embree :
‘Space City!’ project: Calling all hoarders

Help us preserve Houston’s historic underground newspaper. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | February 12, 2019 Did you work on Space City!, Houston’s historic underground newspaper? Did you sell it? Did you read it? You may be able … finish reading Alice Embree :
‘Space City!’ project: Calling all hoarders

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