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Like old books? Check out the Houston Book Fair
Energy
Published in 27-6-2017
    145 Visits

If you like rare and antique books, get to the Printing Museum Saturday for the Houston Book Fair. The annual festival is designed to both celebrate old books and educate people about them.

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Paul Beatty is the first American to win the Man Booker Prize
Energy
Published in 27-6-2017
    68 Visits

Paul Beatty has won the Man Booker Prize for his novel "The Sellout," a satire that deals with racial politics in America.

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Happy Frankenstein Day! 7 facts about the best monster
Energy
Published in 27-6-2017
    635 Visits

He's more than bolts and green skin

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Houston gets a new comics and fantasy store
Energy
Published in 27-6-2017
    62 Visits

Dragon's Lair Comics & Fantasy, a company founded in Austin 30 years ago, will open a new store this weekend in north Houston. 

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Alt-Country originator, Jay Farrar comes to Heights Theater with Son Volt
Heights
Published in 27-6-2017
    389 Visits

In his mission to bring a curated line-up for discerning music audiences to his renovated theater-turned-music venue, Edwin Cabaniss is staying true to his word by hosting Son Volt at the Heights Theater March 5.

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Family finds human bones inside walls of new Houston home, which once belonged to long-missing woman
Heights
Published in 27-6-2017
    499 Visits

The two-bedroom, steel-blue 1930s-era home is among the last few standing next to condo towers and shiny new townhomes in the 600 block of Allston Street in the Heights.

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Acclaimed Italian restaurant to close, award-winning Greek spot to take its place
Heights
Published in 27-6-2017
    954 Visits

Drink specials are some single folks' raison d'etre. They know the location, times and alcohol on offer like the back roads to their house.

But even at happy hour it's hard to beat 50 percent off.
Before Arthur Ave on Studemont closes its doors for good in March, they may see their biggest crowds since they opened now that they've announced they will be selling ...>>

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Man found dead in Heights home
Heights
Published in 27-6-2017
    854 Visits

Police responded to a call early Tuesday morning around 1 a.m. at an apartment home on White Oak drive where they found a man, 45, who suffered a gunshot wound, Houston Fire Department Paramedics declared him dead on the scene.

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Heights High School wins Grand Trophy in Art Car competition
Heights
Published in 27-6-2017
    430 Visits

In Houston's 30th annual Art Car Parade, Heights High School took the Mayor's Cup Grand Trophy and a $2,000 prize.

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Introducing 'Harry Potter': How early critics explained magic to us Muggles
Entertainment
Published in 27-6-2017
    547 Visits

Twenty years ago, nobody knew what Quidditch was. "Hogwarts" sounded like more like a disease than a magical place. And most of us probably didn't know how to spell - much less pronounce - the name Hermione.

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'Drag Race' winner Sasha Velour says 'there's always room for a bit of silliness'
Entertainment
Published in 27-6-2017
    143 Visits

'I've learned how to sell myself better, how to present myself queerly, how to make myself funny and light when I need to be funny and light.'

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5 new picture books for the little reader
Entertainment
Published in 27-6-2017
    472 Visits

Nothing can take the place of a good picture book for children.

We know iPhones and video games can be alluring, but, come on, can they really be as fun as this new crop of picture books just in time for summer?

Take a look. If you have a favorite picture book or one that is a hit with your little reader, let us know.

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Balls Out Burger in the Heights smashing out classic, unfussy burgers
Entertainment
Published in 27-6-2017
    597 Visits
A Heights made-to-order burger joint - whose name uses a steam-engine term for getting a train to achieve maximum speed - from Ian Tucker, an Irishman who moved to Houston two years ago and who still owns restaurants in Dublin. Housed in a former gas station and car wash, the counter-service restaurant seats 42 indoors and 140 on a 4,000-square-foot patio kitted out with outdoor games. Burgers h ...>>
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Ingredient in popular weed killer going on list as cancerous
Technology
Published in 27-6-2017
    864 Visits
(AP) Regulators in California took a pivotal step on Monday toward becoming the first state to require the popular weed killer Roundup to come with a label warning that it's known to cause cancer. Monsanto, the chemical's maker, has filed an appeal after losing in court to block the labeling, arguing that Roundup doesn't cause cancer and that the labels will harm the company' ...>>
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Medicaid mission creep threatens GOP's 'Obamacare' repeal
Technology
Published in 27-6-2017
    266 Visits
On Monday, the National Association of Medicaid Directors, a nonpartisan group that represents state administrators of the program, said in a statement from its board that the legislation is unworkable, and called it "a transfer of risk, responsibility, and cost...of historic proportions." The GOP formula for annual adjustments has sparked a particularly sharp reaction, with critics saying that t ...>>
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