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Lockheed Martin Announces New Cybersecurity Center At Port San Antonio

Lockheed Martin will launch a new cyber arm in San Antonio that will grow to 100 jobs over the next two years, according to company officials.

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A Space Policy Expert Says Donald Trump's Proposed 'Space Force' Would Hurt Other Military Branches

From Texas Standard: Most of President Donald Trump's attention this week has been occupied by the southern border. But on Monday, he took some time to address his plans for another frontier: the great beyond. He said it’s not only important for the United States to be present in space, but to be dominant.

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A new study published in the journal Science finds that methane emissions from U.S. oil and gas operations are 60 percent higher than previous estimates from the federal government.

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On This episode of "Texas Matters":

  • The Texas population boom.
  • The shrinking White population (9:00).
  • Wind power is clean, cheap and under attack (20:40).


From Texas Standard.

Residents living in the Rio Grande Valley have experienced several days of heavy rains this week, which have overwhelmed cities like McAllen and Weslaco.

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Most of President Donald Trump's attention this week has been occupied by the southern border. But on Monday, he took some time to address his plans for another frontier: the great beyond. He said it’s not only important for the United States to be present in space, but to be dominant.

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On Fronteras:

  • We mark Pride Month with a conversation about the medication taken daily to reduce the chances of HIV transmission and the cultural barriers that stand in the way of gay Latino men attaining the drug (0:17).
  • LGBTQI+ artists in San Antonio celebrate diversity and individuality in the exhibit, “We Are” (11:10).

 


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Phillip Schnarrs is an assistant professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio in the College of Education and Human Development, and a co-director at the South Texas Consortium for HIV and STI Research.

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Twelve San Antonio LGBTQI+ artists weave their identities, narratives, and history into the exhibit “‘We Are,” which is on display at San Antonio’s Culture Commons Gallery through July 13.  

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From flamenco to a documentary to a new Spanish art exhibit, there are a lot of events going on this weekend.


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Lockheed Martin will launch a new cyber arm in San Antonio that will grow to 100 jobs over the next two years, according to company officials.


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Dare to Listen: Growing Pains

Dare to Listen: San Antonio's Growing Pains

Wednesday, June 27 at the Whitley Theological Center

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Twelve San Antonio LGBTQI+ artists weave their identities, narratives, and history into the exhibit “‘We Are,” which is on display at San Antonio’s Culture Commons Gallery through July 13.  

Eileen Pace / Texas Public Radio

From flamenco to a documentary to a new Spanish art exhibit, there are a lot of events going on this weekend.


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“I think ten years ago I approached the organ similarly to how I play the piano, and then I started to realize that certain things just didn't work as well,” says Doc Watkins, explaining the different technique required to switch from his normal instrument, piano, to the Hammond B3 at Jazz, TX.

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The Time Enders’ performance is so impressively dead-on to folk music produced in the ‘50s and ‘60s that you might wonder where they parked the time machine. Channeling the lyrical simplicity of cowboy songs and the mellower side of life, Nicholas Spyker and Orlando Gonzales create a timeless sound. Their set captured a moment in the early ‘60s where songs radiated an ethereal beauty and blossomed into the flower-power movement.

 

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