Texas Monthly

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Texas Monthly is a monthly American magazine published in Austin, Texas. Founded in 1973 by Michael R. Levy, Texas Monthly chronicles life in contemporary Texas, writing on politics, the environment, industry, and education. The magazine also covers leisure topics such as music, art, dining, and travel. Texas Monthly has a paid circulation of 300,000 and is read by more than 2,500,000 people each month — one out of seven Texas adults. Texas Monthly is published by Emmis Publishing, L.P., and is thought by some to be left-leaning. Texas Monthly takes as its premise that Texas began as ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Magazine
Audience: Large audience (500K-1M) (English)
Scope: State
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Location: Austin, US
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Edited By: Kaizar Campwala
Last Edit: Jun 17, 2008 - 9:04 PM PDT
Story Stats
Top Topics: U.S. (3), Education (3), Living (2), Sci/Tech (2), Business (2), U.S. Military (2), Politics (2), Extra (2), Law (1), Environment (1), Health (1), Immigration (1), Law Enforcement (1), Religion (1), War in Iraq (1)...
Top Authors: Nate Blakeslee (2), Robert Draper (1), Katy Vine (1), Michael Ennis (1), Paul Burka (1), Pamela Colloff (1)
Top Formats: Special Report (6), Opinion (1)
 
  • Dream of a Common Language. Sueño de un Idioma Común

    ... the dual language experiment has been a success by any measure. By the sixth grade, kids in the program—regardless of which language they spoke when they first ...
    Posted by Kaizar Campwala
    4.5
  • Faith, Hope, and Chastity

    () Texas ranks number one in teenage births, which, all told, cost taxpayers at least $1 billion a year. (Twenty-four percent of those births are not the girl's first delivery.) ...
    Posted by Kaizar Campwala
    4.6
  • The Fire That Time

    () Life in the Branch Davidians' austere two-story wooden dormitory revolved around strict discipline, healthy eating, physical labor, and rigorous study of the Bible. But in the ...
    Posted by Kaizar Campwala
    2.9
  • Bear Market

    () Call it the War Between the Megastates. This conflict burst into the national headlines on May 17, 2001, when then-governor Gray Davis told reporters that California, reeling ...
    Posted by Beth Wellington
    3.4
  • "I Think We Got Blown Up for Nothing"

    () A little more than halfway into their year-long tour of duty, with one dead and more than a dozen others wounded by improvised explosive devices, the young men of Bravo Troop ...
    Posted by Kaizar Campwala
    4.4
  • Everyone's Poop

    () If sewerage is the cornerstone of civilization, then ours is a civilization in decline. Decades of neglect and postponed maintenance have left an estimated $500 billion in ...
    Posted by Kaizar Campwala
    4.4
 
 
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Ratings

Overall Rating
4.3

Good
from 30 story reviews
Quality
4.4
Facts
4.3
Fairness
4.4
Information
4.5
Insight
3.8
Sourcing
4.5
Style
4.5
Accuracy
4.0
Balance
3.6
Context
4.3
Depth
3.5
Enterprise
4.0
Expertise
3.8
Originality
3.7
Relevance
3.9
Transparency
4.0
Responsibility
3.7
Popularity
4.2
Recommendation
4.3
Credibility
4.2
# Reviews
2.7
# Views
5.0
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
1.0
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