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Openings and Closings: King Ranch, Shoot the Moon Soon, Treebeards Memorial Now

10 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
King Ranch Texas Kitchen, 1605 Post Oak Boulevard, is slated to open before the holidays. The rustic, Western-style restaurant is a collaboration between prolific restaurateur and businessman Tilman Fertitta and  family and King Ranch, Inc., the privately-held agricultural production and resource management company which also owns the historic King Ranch...
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Openings and Closings: In-N-Out Willowbrook Open, Bistro 555 and Bottled Blonde Next Week

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
In-N-Out Burger, FM 1960, Willowbrook, opened September 4. The California-based fast food chain was founded in 1948 as the state's first drive-thru hamburger joint. Its rabid fans feel an affection for its customizable burgers and fries the way Texans worship Whataburger. Perhaps it's regional pride but West Coast transplants to...
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Openings and Closings: Molina's Fulshear Opens, Sweet Paris Sugar Land Soon

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Molina's Cantina, 6300 FM1463, opened September 3 in Fulshear. This is the third location for the Tex-Mex  empire which began with Raul Molina's first Mexican restaurant in 1941. For nearly eight decades, it has been owned and operated by the Molina family with Raul and Mary Molina's grandsons Ricardo, Raul...
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Peddling Door to Door Sales as Fast as They Can

3 months ago by Craig Malisow
So you’re on your laptop, feverishly applying for jobs, when suddenly you get an email from a company you never applied to, stating that they’ve “carefully reviewed” your resume, and it really “stood out” to them. “We would like to invite you to an interview,” says the email, credited to...
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Wal-Mart Goes Tex-Mex

12 years ago by Robb Walsh
Wal-Mart has entered the highly competitive Hispanic grocery store category with a prototype on Long Point at Wirt. Supermercado de Wal-Mart opened its doors a month ago. The nation's biggest retailer is going up against the well-established Fiesta supermarket chain and HEB's Mi Tienda concept in Pasadena. When you walk...
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Wal-Mart Turns To Wind Power, A Little

12 years ago by Richard Connelly
Wal-Mart is going green in Texas! And we don't just mean the dollars you save every day!! Actually, the company is kinda making a bold move of sorts, teaming up with Duke Energy to get wind power for several of its Texas stores. The two companies announced today that beginning...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: Get BOGO Burgers and More This Fourth of July

4 months ago by Brooke Viggiano
Though social distancing is in effect and bars and restaurants are closed for in-house services, the ever-strong Houston food community continues to truck on. This week, you can support local restaurants by carrying out or making reservations for dine-in service, score 50 cent kolaches and celebrate the Fourth of July...
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Wal-Mart Ejects Christian Band From Store

11 years ago by Jef Rouner
The 71s are a Christian rock band, but don't let that distract you from the fact that they are completely awesome. Trust me, when a former Satanist is a Christian band's biggest cheerleader, then that band is a band to be reckoned with. And a stunt like the story behind...
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Yes, There are Already COVID-19 Video Games

5 months ago by Jef Rouner
One of the great things about the massive indie game scene is that it’s possible to get video games based on real-world events as they are happening. Granted, these are often as cheap and quick as a punk song, but it’s still rather remarkable that a medium with a famously...
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Aftermath: The Jonas Brothers Put the Art In Wal-Mart at Toyota Center

11 years ago by Brandon K. Hernsberger
The robot eggs have hatched and out come three marionettes, made entirely out of cheese, slathered in the holy sweat of Jerry Falwell, packaged with a bow, and placed in the clearance aisle of the toy store at a mall for starving rats. The price? Your soul. Here come the...

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