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Pipes Turn Into Artist Canvases in McAllen

The Rio Grande Valley is known for its irrigation pipes alongside the network of canals that have historically provided water from the river to farm fields. The pipes remain standing amid a now urbanized region with farming pushed further out from expanding city limits. McAllen is among the Valley cities that have utilized property alongside canals for hike-and-bike trails. There are more than 200 irrigation pipes in the city, many…

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TSC Virtual Art Show Showcases Innovation

For the first time ever, the Department of Fine Arts at Texas Southmost College is hosting a virtual art show to replace the program’s…

IMAS to Reopen With Capacity Limits

The International Museum of Art & Science is planning to reopen to the public on June 11. An IMAS member preview will take place…

Palm Theater Awards Go Online May 24

The annual celebration of high-school theater in the Rio Grande…

Brew-seum Comes Home June 6

The International Museum of Art & Science’s Night at the…

McAllen ISD Students Create Modern Chaos

Dressing “on trend” is vitally important to many teens, but…