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  1. hiram carrera - the trading post

    Originally built as a convenience store in 2000, with a plan to sell everything from snacks to alcohol for those working the onion fields lining the Rio Grande just outside of town, the Trading Post that now exists has gone through a few different transformations over the years — but…

  2. yosdy valdivia - local artist

    Walking through the future studio of local artist Yosdy Valdivia, I felt inspired. The sun was setting in Ojinaga in the magical way it only seems to do there. Often with a kickup of dirt making a hazy filter through the reflections of the falling light. The fenced backyard of…

  3. oscar cabello - hidden gallery

    Over the last several decades, Oscar Cabello has used his own hands to build and create a space full of practical tools and whimsical treats. On his compound, located across from the Fort Davis State Bank in Presidio, Texas, he has built several apartment units painted a warm terra cotta…

  4. sharon hernandez - presidio coffee co.

    As Sharon Hernandez describes it, in the Mexican households she grew up around, coffee was the first thing offered when you had guests, often fostering hours of conversation. “At my grandparents’ house, & even my parents’ house, there was just always coffee,” Sharon shared. Time away from her hometown of…

  5. the acosta siblings - growing up in marfa

    As kids growing up in the 1950s and ‘60s in the small town of Marfa, Texas, the five Acosta siblings learned how to get creative. Amelia, Elida, Frances, Mario and Lisa, with an age difference spanning 12 years, grew up in the northeast neighborhood referred to as Sal Si Puedes.…

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