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A Truck Tumps Over at 59 South at 288 and Friday Traffic Backs Up For Miles

21 hours ago by Houston Press
Happy Friday Houston. A semi turned over while traveling on US.-59 South this morning, and because of how it landed, there was no way to get around it till wreckers could clear it. Traffic backed up for miles as drivers desperately scrambled for some way out of the mess. Or...
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Texas House Approves Republican-Backed Voting Bill Over Democratic Cries Of Voter Suppression

21 hours ago by Schaefer Edwards
In the wee hours of Friday morning, the Texas House of Representatives voted to pass a slate of election reforms Republicans argue would secure “election integrity” but that Democrats and other critics call voter suppression. The vote put Texas one step closer to joining other Republican-led states — Georgia, Iowa...
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KP George Snubs Greater Houston Partnership and Blasts Fort Bend County Commissioners

1 day ago by Schaefer Edwards
Fort Bend County Judge KP George spent this past week aligning himself with his Democratic allies Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner in their public battle with the Greater Houston Partnership over proposed changes to state voting laws, and lambasting his colleagues on the Fort Bend...
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Rockets Have 13 Players on Their Injury Report

1 day ago by Jeff Balke
The Rockets were not going to be a very good team this year had they been healthy, but their struggles with injuries have only added to the misery of the league's worst 16-win team. With only a handful of games remaining, this sad chapter in Houston basketball will soon be...
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Openings and Closings: The Lymbar by David Cordua, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Arrives

1 day ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
The Lymbar, 4201 Main, is coming to The Ion this fall. The craft cocktail bar and restaurant is bringing Latin and Mediterranean flavors from chef David Cordua, currently executive chef and owner of David + Michael Cordua Events. Cordua is also the former executive chef/owner of Americas and Churrascos. Cordua...
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Air Yordan Returns in Win Over New York

1 day ago by Jeff Balke
After a couple of tough losses in the Bronx this week amid boos and jeers only generated by New Yorkers, the Astros beat the Yankees 7-4 in the series finale thank to the long-ball. Jose Altuve hit what would be the game winning three-run dinger on his thirty-first birthday and...
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Houston Chamber Choir Summons Patron Saint of Music in Season Finale

1 day ago by Sam Byrd
The Houston Chamber Choir will perform "A Time to Draw Closer" on May 9. Apollo Chamber Players will join the Choir for this performance. The concert will include the world premiere of a work by noted Houston composer Mark Buller to celebrate the choir's 25th anniversary.The three-movement work relates to the legend of St. Cecilia, the patron saint of music and musicians.
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Recent Third Round QB History Not Kind To Houston Texans

1 day ago by Sean Pendergast
So far, in the dawning of the post-2021 NFL Draft portion of the calendar, I have seen three different mock drafts for the 2022 NFL Draft, and all three have one thing in common — each of them has the Houston Texans picking first in the draft. The consensus, at...
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Yusef Lateef's Worldwide Jazz Journey Reissued on Vinyl

1 day ago by Bob Ruggiero
As vinyl continues its unlikely resurgence for a music media format, audiophiles are drooling over their turntables (though likely quick to wipe it off) at the hundreds of albums — many out of print for decades — being reissued. And not just like they were originally. Many are coming out...
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Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: Treat Mom to a Decadent Brunch This Mother's Day

1 day ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this weekend's tasty food and drink happenings: Puppies for Breakfast at East River Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 100 Clinton The tenth annual Puppies for Breakfast will take place at Midway’s 150-acre East River development in East Downtown. The event is free and open to...

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