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  1. What heat? Houston named one of America's best cities for an outdoor picnicRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | CultureMap

    Houston was ranked No. 10 on Travel+Leisure's list of America's Best Cities for Picnics, citing Menil Park as a great location for outdoor dining.

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  2. Where to Eat in Houston Right Now: 10+ incredible new restaurants for AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | CultureMap

    The past month has been an incredible one for Houston restaurants, as several eagerly anticipated, high profile concepts finally made their debuts. Big names like Randy Rucker, Brandi Key and Chris Kinjo all revealed their latest creations to the city's diners, and, in each case, the early results are very promising.

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  3. Nine Houstonians to Compete in Texsom Best Sommelier CompetitionRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Houston Press

    When newly minted Master Sommeliers James Tidwell and Drew Hendricks founded Texsom , the Texas Sommelier Conference, eleven years ago, neither of them imagined that the event would become a major stop on the international fine wine circuit.

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  4. Never Alone and Gaming Educationally With Your KidsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Houston Press

    My daughter turns six soon, and she's finally reached an age where she and I can game together.

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  5. Tonight at 10: How secure are those chip cards?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Click2Houston

    Amy Davis looks into the security of those credit card chips, which are supposed to be more secure than the strips, after a Houstonian says his information was stolen--and fraudulent charges were made.

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  6. Lamster: A park between Trinity River levees - would be an amenity that protects DallasRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Dallas Morning News

    To hear the naysayers and the pessimists, the flooding of the Trinity River this spring was an indication that the flood plain is permanently benighted, a place with no future and certainly unsuitable for a park. "If swollen Trinity is such a menace, why build anything at all between the levees?" begged a headline in this newspaper.

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  7. Flooding proves park is neededRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dallas Morning News

    To hear the naysayers and the pessimists, the flooding of the Trinity River this spring was an indication that the flood plain is permanently benighted, a place with no future and certainly unsuitable for a park. "If swollen Trinity is such a menace, why build anything at all between the levees?" begged a headline in this newspaper. 2 comments

  8. Summer weather puts dogs at risk of heat strokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Click2Houston

    WILL GET TH WELL, WE'VE HAD OUR FAIR SHARE OF IT, AND SHOT WEATHER ISN'T JUST DANGEROUS FOR PEOPLE; IT POSES SERIOUS RISKS TO OUR FURRY FRIENDS, TOO. TODAY, GIANNA CASERTA LOOKED AT AN EVENT TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE RISK OF HEATSTROKE FOR PETS.

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  9. Meet Kent Schaffer and Brian Wice, the two men prosecuting PaxtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Dallas Morning News

    Two special prosecutors have been appointed to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's case. Here's a look at who they are: One of two special prosecutors appointed in the Paxton case, Kent Schaffer, 60, is a partner in Bires Schaffer & DeBordeer of Houston.

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  10. Pasadena City Council member Cody Ray Wheeler announces for HD144Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Off the Kuff

    ... she will be running for the Texas House of Representatives in District 144, which includes parts of Houston, South Houston, Baytown, Deer Park and Pasadena. "Hard-working Texas families deserve a strong, effective voice in the Texas House. I have a ...

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  11. High-speed rail moves forward with appointment of new CEORead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Business Journal

    The Texas Central Partners hammered another stake in the tracks on its way to completing a more than 200-mile bullet train from Dallas to Houston. The company named Tim Keith as its first CEO on July 22. Keith, a Dallas resident, will lead the system's finance, development, construction and eventual operations.

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  12. "Whispering Bayou"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Houston Press

    "The piece is called Whispering Bayou , not shouting bayou," said composer and computer interactive artist George Lewis.

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  13. Realtor of the week: Realtor's teaching background helps her educate clientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Chron

    When Sabrina Elias, a Realtor with John Daugherty, Realtors, left teaching middle school and high school students, she did not abandon being a teacher. "I loved teaching, and being an agent I still get to teach.

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  14. Heights brewery that's more like a bar debuts with White Linen Night partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | CultureMap

    Houston's craft beers get another local brewery option this week when Town in City Brewing Company makes its debut. Over two years in the making , owners Steven Macalello and Justin Engle envision Town in City as slightly different than other Houston breweries.

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  15. Harris Health looks at cutting back on free careRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Chron

    How well do Bayou City hospitals treat their patients? To answer that question, we sifted through a trove of data on the federal government's Medicare website, and compiled a ranking based on patient surveys. See which local medical facility was scored the highest by Houstonians.

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  16. Hey, Guess What! There's A New Plan For The AstrodomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Houston Press

    When last we heard from Harris County Ed Emmett on the topic of the Astrodome, he was in Germany touring a former zeppelin hanger for renovation ideas.

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  17. Wow! Houstonians Watch Out with the Metro Light RailRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | KODA-FM Houston

    Metro Houston released a video that should serve as a wake up call to a lot of us! It features Houstonian having very close calls with the Light Rail. It definitely made me want to be extra careful when I'm near the train.

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  18. Investing in the past pays benefitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Houston Chronicle

    The former Heights Theater is seen Wednesday, July 22, 2015, in Houston. The building at 308 Main St. and the former Heights Theater at 339 W. 19th St. were designated landmarks by the City of Houston.

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  19. Aquiring Biggio HOF SwagRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Crawfish Boxes

    I am going to go to the Sunday game this weekend against the Diamondbacks to cheer on the good guys and hopefully net myself one of those nifty Biggio replica HOF plaques. I was wondering if anyone could recommend an optimal time frame for me to show up prior to the game in order to be one of the first 10,000 fans.

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  20. Astrodome needs your memoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Houston Chronicle

    It's hard to top: The Astrodome broke the mold when it came to wonders of the world. Have you heard the term "Ninth Wonder of the World" used? Yeah, neither have we.

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