Skateboard Art Helps Kids in Small Texas Town Find Their Inner Weird

For most Texans, the little town of Taylor, if they’ve heard about it at all, is that place just northeast of Austin. It's not quite close enough to be considered a suburb of the state's keepin’-it-weird capital city, but still within its gravitational pull. If you …

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