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Cutting-edge Houston dance company plans to close studio, end classes
It takes a lot of courage to look at yourself in the mirror, to be truthful, to acknowledge that something has to give, to tell the world that you've reached an obstacle that can only be conquered by taking a step backward before leaping forward.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Verts Introduces Houstonians to Germany's Most Popular Street Food: The Doner Kebap
The popular fast food has many names, but only one of them is taking Houston by storm: The doner kebap , a German street food staple brought to the Bayou City by two Austinites who own the restaurant Verts .
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Rest of the Best 2014: Houston's Top Ten Patios
Our 2013 Best of Houston winners have been announced, but in many cases, picking the best item in a category was no easy task.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
SGA unanimously approves gender neutral ticket
Despite tension and uncertainty, a bill that would allow for students of any gender identity to run for homecoming king or queen passed unanimously at Tuesday's Student Government Association meeting.
Off the Kuff
City issues One Bin RFPs
Mayor Annise Parker today announced the issuance of a Request for Proposals and creation of an advisory committee for the One Bin for All waste management and diversion project.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Surreal evening at the Menil brings hot models, cool paintings and crazy hats
The 411: More than 200 well-dressed Houstonians turned out to view Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary , and celebrate the M Penner spring magazine, which features Houston models wearing the latest spring fashions and in poses similar to the paintings on display in the blockbuster exhibition.
Doughmaker Doughnuts Joins Houston's Food Truck Scene
There's a food truck for just about anything in Houston. Burgers and fries? You bet.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Celebrate National Pecan Day with mouth-watering recipes
The pecan is the state tree of Texas, so why not celebrate National Pecan Day with a tasty treat? Whether you say "PEE-can" or "pecawn" there are yummy ways to incorporate this nut of Texas into your cooking.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
City to collect cartons for recycling, too
Houstonians accustomed to throwing out glossy cardboard cartons of milk, juice, soup and others foods and beverages now can send them to the curb in a green container for recycling.
GHBA Remodelers Council: Tankless water heaters becoming more popular
As energy costs continue to rise, homeowners are searching for more efficient ways to cut their energy costs while at the same time reducing their carbon footprint.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The next Downton Abbey? TV insider makes a bold prediction at a...
Not many Houston galas have a butler doing the honors. But Mr. Rodgers , the rising star of Channel 8's Manor of Speaking , the locally-produced talk show that dissects every episode of the monster PBS hit, Downton Abbey , was out in full force to welcome guests to Houston Public Media' s first major gala fundraiser Tuesday night at the Houstonian.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Down syndrome organization targeted by thieves
April 9, 2014: An organization that caters to Houstonians with Down syndrome and their families was targeted by thieves Andy Cerota reports.
Menu of MenusA Draws, and Wows, Huge Crowds Of Food Fans
Silver Street Station had a lot of new things going on for Menu of Menus this year.
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Self-defence theory falls apart in Texas's case of the stiletto-heel stabbing
Prosecutor John Jordan sets down a stiletto shoe entered into evidence during the trial against Ana Trujillo on April 1, 2014, in Houston.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Starbucks Won't Be Bringing Booze to Houston, But Who Cares?
Starbucks recently announced that it would be adding beer and wine, as well as an "evenings menu," to select locations around the country, after testing the plan in 26 markets during the last several years.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Safe and sound - my trip to Lebanon
We landed in the Beirut airport Tuesday as the sun was peeking behind the Mediterranean Sea.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Houston filmmaker wants to set the record straight on the world's best ramen
Over the last year, Houstonians have joined in on the ramen craze that's sweeping America.
Thousands enjoy closed roads during Houston's pilot program
Until the day warmed up and rain moved on, few people attended the City of Houston's Sunday Streets event, which closed a more than two mile stretch of White Oak and Quitman to vehicle traffic for four hours.
Photos: Ferraris, Lambos at Gulf Greyhound Park
Imagine Lifestyles brought its Ferrari F430s and Lamborghini Gallardos to Gulf Greyhound Park for a weekend of racing in early April.