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Outdoor market offers local products, foods
Energy
Published in 18-9-2019
    945 Visits
The Market at Sawyer Yards is a fun, free event for the whole family that showcases up to 54 different local vendors. Each second Saturday of the month, the outdoor market is held at 1502 Sawyer St., Houston. Founder and Manager Mitch Cohen said he had been running the First Saturday Arts Market in the Heights when he was asked to put together some plans for a new market at Sawyer Yards. He said h ...>>
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Vietnam War surgeon to share about unlikely friendship
Energy
Published in 18-9-2019
    142 Visits

An Army surgeon who helped treat several thousand soldiers and civilians during his service in the Vietnam War learned that the bond of friendship can cross enemy lines.

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Police searching for armed robber seen on camera stealing from yard worker in broad daylight
Energy
Published in 18-9-2019
    104 Visits

After reports of the bizarre robbery made the rounds on social media, Houston firefighter Jake Lewis donated a leaf blower to the lawn care worker.

Reference: www.chron.com
Outdoor market offers local products, foods
Heights
Published in 18-9-2019
    231 Visits
The Market at Sawyer Yards is a fun, free event for the whole family that showcases up to 54 different local vendors. Each second Saturday of the month, the outdoor market is held at 1502 Sawyer St., Houston. Founder and Manager Mitch Cohen said he had been running the First Saturday Arts Market in the Heights when he was asked to put together some plans for a new market at Sawyer Yards. He said h ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Vietnam War surgeon to share about unlikely friendship
Heights
Published in 18-9-2019
    949 Visits

An Army surgeon who helped treat several thousand soldiers and civilians during his service in the Vietnam War learned that the bond of friendship can cross enemy lines.

Reference: www.chron.com
Police searching for armed robber seen on camera stealing from yard worker in broad daylight
Heights
Published in 18-9-2019
    801 Visits

After reports of the bizarre robbery made the rounds on social media, Houston firefighter Jake Lewis donated a leaf blower to the lawn care worker.

Reference: www.chron.com
Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day with deals, including free burgers at Killen's Burger Joint
Entertainment
Published in 18-9-2019
    263 Visits

Of all the corporation-created food holidays on the nation's calendar, "National Cheeseburger Day" may be our favorite.

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James Beard Award changes acknowledge Texas as a distinct culinary stronghold
Entertainment
Published in 18-9-2019
    26 Visits

Texas and California are now their own regions for prestigious chef awards considered the Oscars of the food world; move will provide greater spotlight on Texas chefs and their restaurants

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Under the Volcano celebrates 30 years — and more than 1M frozen screwdrivers
Entertainment
Published in 18-9-2019
    972 Visits

Owner Pete Mitchell estimates the bar has served up more than a million frozen screwdrivers to date. "It's a simple idea that just worked."

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Benjy’s in Rice Village gets new menu, new look
Entertainment
Published in 18-9-2019
    118 Visits

Former The Pass & Provisions chef Seth Siegel-Gardner consults on menu for a new chapter for Benjy's, set to debut Oct. 3

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The Annie Café & Bar set to open Sept. 24
Entertainment
Published in 18-9-2019
    424 Visits

New era for the former Café Annie has been fashioned by owner Berg Hospitality Group with superchef Robert Del Grande as executive chef

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University of California to dump fossil fuel investments
Technology
Published in 18-9-2019
    855 Visits

LOS ANGELES (AP) The University of California is dumping fossil fuel investments from its nearly $84 billion pension and endowment funds because they are a financial risk, its top financial officers announced Tuesday.

"Our job is to make money for the University of California, and we're betting we can do that without fossil fuels investments," said an opinion article in the Los Ang ...>>

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Rare California trout species returns to native habitat
Technology
Published in 18-9-2019
    872 Visits

LOS ANGELES (AP) For the first time in nearly a century, a rare California trout species will swim in a mountain creek that is its native habitat, marking a major milestone that conservationists hope will lead to a thriving population and removal of its threatened status.

About 30 Paiute cutthroat trout will be plucked Wednesday from Coyote Valley Creek in the eastern Sierra Nevada wild ...>>

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AP Photos: Night fishing in moonlit sea in eerie silence
Technology
Published in 18-9-2019
    115 Visits

STEWART TOWN, Jamaica (AP) The warm tropical air gently pushes waves against the concrete steps leading down a cliff and into the ocean the jumping-off point tonight for night spearfishermen in the small village of Stewart Town on Jamaica's north shore.

Down those same steps is where some of these men learned to swim as young boys.

Nicholas Bingham and Delroy Gooden put on ...>>

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NASA manager casts doubt on 2024 moon landing by astronauts
Technology
Published in 18-9-2019
    192 Visits

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) A top NASA manager cast doubt Wednesday on the space agency's ability to land astronauts on the moon by 2024.

Kenneth Bowersox, acting associate administrator for human exploration and operations, told a Congressional subcommittee that NASA is doing its best to meet the White House-imposed deadline. But he noted: "I wouldn't bet my oldest child's ...>>

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