27th Annual Crime Stoppers Conference

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On October 21, 2015 the City of Brownsville welcomed visitors from across the state to the 27th Annual Texas Crime Stoppers Conference. Attendees gathered for breakout sessions and evening mixers at venues across the Mitte Cultural District and the Brownsville Events Center. Check out some of our photos below and a video created by Kirk… Read more »

3 Days In The Field: BIRDS, BEACHES AND BATTLES

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This article first appeared on the Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine website in June 2015. Head to the border for a Brownsville history lesson and wildlife watching. By Melissa Gaskill A recent visit to this border city, which I sometimes bypass for a certain nearby island (hint: South Padre), reminded me of Brownsville’s variety of outdoor activities,… Read more »

4th of July in Brownsville

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The Brownsville CVB would like to wish everyone a great and relaxing Fourth of July Weekend! There are many celebrations going on to keep the Fiesta going all day. Have fun, be safe, and enjoy the weekend! – The Brownsville CVB Team

April 1 Saltwater Fishing Reports Update

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All Saltwater Fishing Reports for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department have recently been updated. Fishing reports are produced with support from Toyota and the federal Sport Fish Restoration program.      Questions? Contact Us tpwd.texas.gov  Did someone forward this email to you? Subscribe now — it’s free! STAY CONNECTED:

BCVB presents demonstration in making tamales

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The Brownsville Convention and Visitors Bureau honored National Tamale Day with its first tamale-making demonstration Wednesday at the Bike Barn on Madison Street. BCVB president Mariano “Bean“ Ayala said the city should be recognized as the tamale capital of the United States. Read More…