As early voting continues and Election Day approaches, the organizers of Settle for Biden speak to The Click about persuading progressives to vote pragmatically, rather than emphatically.
The Free Store at dusk [Credit: Allison Wallis] The Little Free Plant Store is on a single-lane road across from the beach park where the surfing contests are held. There’s an old bathtub full of green pond plants—taro, water lettuce,
In years past, the annual “Dia Los Muertos” event has drawn massive crowds to San Antonio’s downtown Hemisphere park. Because of Covid-19, the thousands that would normally attend this year’s event will have to make do with watching the celebration on local San Antonio TV stations on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.
As the Census Bureau and Texas officials scramble to get the country counted, what are the repercussions of this sudden deadline? The Click discussed it with a political science professor.
As COVID-19 continues to threaten the blood supply available to hospitals, LifeStream Blood Bank held a mobile drive on Oct. 15 at the Orange Terrace Community Center & Park.
Creatives share their longing for connection during the pandemic.
An analysis of whether undercover reporting of the Uyghur Crisis is advocacy journalism.
Fort Greene Park-goers take a stroll as the world opens back up. [Credit: Maeve Dunigan] (NEW YORK) — It’s 3 p.m. on a Thursday at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn. A child, his face half-covered by a purple cloth mask,
While everyone in the U.S. is arguing over real vs. fake news, one man in China has built a whole community around fact-checking.
[Credit: Visura] (STOWE, Vt.) —As a reporter for The Click, I sat down with our six-year-old son Gabo to talk about his perspective on how life has changed since the pandemic. From leaving the city to a more rural area,
We take a look at a day in the life of women at Becky’s Bathhouse, an NGO supporting refugees from Moria Camp in Lesvos, Greece.
Over half of Harris County food production workers are immigrants, but these essential workers don’t get half the help they need and deserve, a Center for Public Integrity analysis finds.
Drive-in concerts have emerged nationwide as a step beyond livestreams and back into the real world.
On any given afternoon, downtown Phoenix is a madhouse of traffic and pedestrians heading home, to the gym, or to happy hour. But not today as the city makes its slow return to normalcy.
Martha’s Country Bakery sits quietly on the corner of Ditmars Boulevard on a Wednesday afternoon during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Political signage is hugely popular in the rural town of Bernardsville, N.J.
A look at how the pandemic has changed the landscape of religious worship in the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary in Vancouver.
Chloe O. Davis defines PRIDE in her latest creation.
The scene in Greenpoint was different before—before the coronavirus pandemic, before quarantine, before the most crucial election of our lifetimes.
Illustrating the importance of advocacy journalism, Patrik Hermansson goes undercover to expose the inner workings of extreme alt-right groups and advocate against white supremacy and violence.
“It’s important for musicians to understand how to present oneself on the internet, especially during these times.”