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What’s Story Behind The ‘Will You Marry Me?’ Mural That Was On South Lamar?

If you’ve ever been near Lamar and Oltorf, you probably saw it. But what’s the story behind the now-gone mural there?

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Outdoor Summer Weddings

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.

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Texas Standard: December 4, 2017

The US Supreme court refuses to hear a Texas case on employer benefits for same sex couples. But what does this mean? We’ll have the latest. Plus, with rising murder rates in cities across Texas, we’re seeing the return of so called gun buyback programs. So how is it that high-powered arms of the law…

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Texas Standard: July 14, 2015

As Iran celebrates a deal with the great satan, some Texas lawmakers say the devil’s in the details. In a war at the border, the feds bring in a french killer. Curious? So were we. we’ll hear the backstory. The wedding capital of Texas—still ambivalent about same sex marriage? In the wee hours of this…

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Gay Marriage

Thanks to a landmark Supreme Court ruling, same sex marriage is now legal across the country. That was the inspiration for this week’s Typewriter Rodeo poem by Kari Anne Roy.

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Texas Standard: June 23, 2015

The Texas connection to the South Carolina shooting…hiding in plain sight in mainstream American politics. The story of the CCC, today on the Texas Standard. As the nation waits for a signal on same sex marriage from the supremes, evangelicals call for civil disobedience. We’ll hear firsthand what that might mean. Also, no love lost…

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Supreme Court

Healthcare. Marriage Equality. Texas license plates. The Supreme Court is expected to make decisions on all of these issues this month. That’s the inspiration for Typewriter Rodeo’s Jodi Egerton this week.

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KUT Weekend – February 28, 2014

Texas gay marriage ban ruled unconstitutional….Greg Abbott brushes off Ted Nugent backlash….and sound engineers try to bend the laws of physics.

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