The Houston Astros are on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated. The photo's not a joke; neither is the story. The story goes into the radical rebuild of the club and the magazine makes the bold prediction that the Astros will win the 2017 World Series. And who knows, if the Astros really get ... More >>
Summer is a time to relax, enjoy the weather and eat some really good food. Thank goodness we live in a city bursting with opportunities to satisfy our adventurous food cravings. We have listed ten food-centric tasks for you to do this summer. Think of it as a bucket list. Get all of these things ... More >>
Advocates of Medicaid expansion -- part of Obama's Affordable Care Act -- continue to ply Texas lawmakers with economic numbers, making the point that the expansion of the program is not a cost, but a benefit, to taxpayers. Like Sisyphus eternally pushing his boulder up the hill, advocates for Medi ... More >>
DiverseWorks makes the case for unfettered support of artists.
Press art critic Kelly Klaasmeyer called Katrina Moorhead’s Moon Huge and Low and Does Not Leave “impressive and magical.” Said to look like an illuminated piece of polar ice, the thing is made with basic materials you could find at Home Depot. Tomorrow at noon, Moorhead will be at the Blaffer ... More >>
Katrina Moorhead puts the ice in Iceland
This exhibit is a product of Reykjavík
Parents and students fight to save Lamar High School's International Baccalaureate program. Administrators don't see a problem.
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