Lagos

Nollywood: The film industry where women call the shots

"Access allows you to have a voice on-screen. Access allows you to put more women in the room.”

A few years ago, Isioma Osaje was studying medicine at Igbinedion University in Benin City, Nigeria....

Bogotá

The Street: Bogotá, 1960

Never-before-translated vignettes on city-life by a young Gabriel García Márquez

In 1960 the Camacho Roldan Bookstore published a series of books under the title Colombia: Country...

Bogotá

My Sensational Drama Queen

An ode to Bogotá

We are publishing this essay on contemporary Bogotá alongside a mid-century portrait of the city written by...

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Mujeres Cafeteras

Colombian women have always been integral to coffee farming. A new program is helping them become businesswomen in their own right.

In September 2019, on top of a windy mountain in the Andes, overlooking stunning vistas of...

Ireland

Point of No Return

Abuses by the Catholic Church are driving even the faithful away

It was September 9, 1974. I was seven years old. I awoke in the middle of...

Texas

Legal Lynching

On death row in Texas

In 2016, a police officer was shot to death in San Antonio. A man was arrested,...

Texas

What’s Next For Texas: A Conversation With Dan Rather

In a wide-ranging interview, the legendary journalist talks Texas, the future of journalism, climate change, the Mexican border and more.

When we first asked Dan Rather to talk with what lies ahead for the State of...

Texas

The Edge of Night in Texas

Light pollution is the easiest to stop and even reverse. Why aren't we doing more to achieve it?

When we set out to climb Enchanted Rock, the setting sun turns the 425-foot granite dome...

Texas

We asked six influential Texans: What’s next for Texas?

Dan Rather, Earl Campbell, Adrian Quesada, Lina Hidalgo, Cruz Ortiz and C.K. Chin on the future of sports, arts, music, restaurants, public health and

Texas shows the country its own future. Whether it’s demographic shifts, climate change or even space...

Texas

A Big Portrait of a Small Texas Town

The tight-knit community of Corsicana is home to the hit show Cheer, a film-producing police chief and BLM protests

I used to pass small towns and feel sorry for the people who lived in them....

Mediterranean

Disorganized Crime

How the Albanian mafia went global

The takedown happened over five days in the chilly spring of 2009 in suburban New Jersey....

Spain

The Keepers of Flamenco

How a Roma tradition became one of Spain's most famous exports

Flamenco shoes of all colors lined the walls of the Gallardo store like rows of candy....