Steve Clark

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Steve Clark is a staff writer with the Brownsville Herald. He can be reached at sclark@brownsvilleherald.com

Sicilian sculptor rolls into Rio Grande Valley

Sicilian sculptor and ceramic tile artist Sergio Furnari recently brought his art to Brownsville — on the back of a truck. Furnari was born in...

Harlingen adding Arroyo kayak launch

Snaking through the Lower Rio Grande Valley for roughly 90 miles is a paddler’s dream, a scenic waterway teeming with wildlife, yet public access...

Renowned sommelier comes home to the Valley

How can any bottle of wine, even a really big one, possibly be worth $30,000? Well, time travel is expensive. Vanessa Treviño Boyd, the new beverage...

CAF air show is back after a year off

After taking a year off due to the pandemic, AIRSHOW is back at the Port Isabel-Cameron County Airport, featuring modern military aircraft demonstrations for...

Good Karma: Book, coffee shop injects some culture

Books are back on South Padre Island. Since Paragraphs Books closed its doors early last year there’s been no place on the Island to buy...

SPI-to-Boca Chica tunnel? Musk’s Boring Company floats idea

With closures of S.H. 4 and Boca Chica Beach becoming more frequent due to activity at SpaceX’s “Starbase” production complex and launch/test site, Cameron...

BBQ fest coming to Brownsville; Texas Monthly to make October ‘pit stop’

The Texas Monthly Barbecue Festival is breaking with tradition this year and hitting the road to three Texas cities. Brownsville is one of them. The annual...

ERCOT says conserve electricity; Grid operator predicts peak load record

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas is asking state residents to conserve electricity today through June 18 as much as possible due to significant...

First-of-its-kind: SpaceX SN8 makes successful test flight

“Congrats SpaceX team hell yeah!! ”was SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk’s response not long after the explosive crash landing of SN8 following a successful...

RGV Reef sinks two more boats

Friends of the RGV Reef sunk their fourth vessel on Nov. 15 as work on the massive artificial reefing project off South Padre Island...