Did you get married outdoors in the Texas heat? Have you attended an outdoor wedding in the Texas summer months? This Typewriter Rodeo poem is for you.
The president elect has called for extreme vetting of some would-be immigrants. For potential citizens, that future is now. Plus the economic miracle. Still wise to bank on it? What a new economic map of Texas tells us about sustained growth, and where the hot spots are. Plus, mothers milk- they say there’s nothing better for newborns. But where money’s tight, necessity becomes the mother of an alternative. We’ll hear from the Mexican doctor pushing it. And a Texas case before the nation’s highest court tomorrow with national implications for the death penalty. Those stories and lots more today on the Texas Standard:
Getting married is quite the business these days, but that doesn’t mean the love is gone. Listen back to this Views and Brews as KUT’s Rebecca McInroy hosts: writer, meditator, and wedding officiant Spike Gillespie; wedding photographer Cory Ryan; couples therapist Steve Milau; and wedding DJ Anthony Confordy, as they talk about some of the most beautiful moments, lucrative gigs and crazy brides they’ve ever encountered while working in the field of matrimony.