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Byline: Russel Gardin

Anthony Romero is many things — an American, concerned citizen, voter and the Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), a post he’s held since September, 2001. Seven days before 9/11, to be exact. A group that has argued more suits in the Supreme Court than any non-governmental...

So, you’ve heard the news that the antiquated style of film photography is “in” again, have you? Hey, I am right there with you, I started shooting the format about three months ago, and haven’t looked back since. In fact, it has rapidly become my “go-to” style, even with access to multiple digital cameras to shoot...

In the 1980’s, while the U.S. was under Reagan’s reigns, bands like Black Flag, Minor Threat and the Dead Kennedys helped form a generation that is now old enough to be in the forefronts of the political sphere. A prime example is Texas Senate hopeful Beto O’Rourke. A die-hard fan of this music, O’Rourke was once a...

Saturday was an eventful day for music here in Houston. At the NRG Stadium you had music powerhouse Taylor Swift do a set alongside Camila Cabello and Charli XCX, at the Toyota Center Drake alongside Migos for their first of a three-night residency, local shows around some of the smaller venues, an EDM night at...