The Texas Progressive Alliance urges you to get out and vote in the Democratic primary as it brings you this week’s roundup.
Neil at All People Have Value took note of a citizen-improved sign in a Houston neighborhood.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Rice University Magazine honors the “crazy uncle” of the MOB, John “Grungy” Gladu.
Space City Weather explains why there are so many thunderstorms in the spring.
Tim McSweeny and Dan Brooks provide an update on the Waugh Bridge Bat Colony that was hit hard by Harvey.
The TSTA Blog calls out State Senators who underfund public education then deny having done so when it is pointed out.
And on this final day of Black History Month, we highlight the unique Afro-Latinx experience, and remember that this bold community is still underrepresented in media and society.
(feature photo credit: The Afro-Latinos documentary trailer by Renzo-Devia/ Creador Pictures)