Congressman Marc Veasey has spent the last five years serving as the United States Representative for Texas’ Congressional District 33. He is up for re-election on Nov. 6 against Republican Willie Billups and Libertarian Jason Reeves. Veasey has worked on the issues closest to him, which include education, health care
Most people do not question the shape of the Earth. It is something explained to us as children that we accept and move on. However, for some, the shape of the Earth matters significantly, especially to those who believe it is flat. A group of people called Flat Earthers who
Texas Wesleyan’s Alumni Reunion will be April 19 through April 21, with multiple events for alumni to attend, including Theatre Wesleyan’s production of the musical “Oklahoma!” Written in 1943 by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, “Oklahoma!” is a love story between Curly, a cowboy, and Laurey, a farm girl.
Paul Dorman says going into the pharmaceutical business is all about giving back. “You have to want to love what you do because it’s about helping people,” Dorman, CEO and chairman of DFB Pharmaceuticals, told an audience at Martin Hall earlier this month. “It’s helping people with their quality of
Curated by the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, KAWS: WHERE THE END STARTS highlights the career of Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (real named Brian Donnelly) over the last 20 years. Drawn from various collections and museums around the world, the exhibition features paintings, sculptures, drawings, and toys that that have