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Video: Heights mom spots mysterious bugs on side of house
Energy
Published in 20-12-2017
    782 Visits

A Texas woman discovered peculiarly shaped bugs in Houston, Texas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Comedian Jen Kirkman to donate a portion of Heights show proceeds to Harvey relief
Energy
Published in 20-12-2017
    602 Visits

The comedian's upcoming show at the historic Heights Theater will be extra special for Houstonians.

Reference: www.chron.com
Driver slumped over steering wheel before fatal crash in Garden Oaks
Energy
Published in 20-12-2017
    522 Visits

A driver was slumped over the steering wheel, unresponsive, before crashing his pickup truck Tuesday near the intersection of Pinemont and T.C. Jester, police said.

Reference: www.chron.com
Police chase ends when suspect falls into swimming pool
Energy
Published in 20-12-2017
    219 Visits

Houston police used a helicopter to track an assault suspect running through the Heights early Thursday - a chase that ended when the man jumped over a fence, lost his balance and fell into a swimming pool.

Reference: www.chron.com
Lights in the Heights brightens partygoers’ night with Whataburger themed display
Energy
Published in 20-12-2017
    547 Visits

Is there any part of a Texan's life the restaurant chain's orange and white motif hasn't touched?

Reference: www.chron.com
Looking at Texas' flag through a unique lens
Energy
Published in 13-12-2017
    123 Visits
Between 2002 and 2007, former Houston Chronicle photographer E. Joe Deering captured images of the iconic Texas state flag almost anywhere you can imagine.
Reference: www.chron.com
Local book events for the week of Dec. 13
Energy
Published in 13-12-2017
    751 Visits
Local book events for the week of Dec. 13
Reference: www.chron.com
Theater books celebrate America's cultural treasures
Energy
Published in 13-12-2017
    831 Visits
Winter is a fine time to curl up with a good book. For theater lovers, books on their pet topic have the added advantage of stirring warm memories of favorite plays, players and performances.
Reference: www.chron.com
Book urges readers to follow the path to happiness
Energy
Published in 13-12-2017
    76 Visits
If you want to get happy in your relationships with others, take a cue from Buddha, Jesus or Moses. That's what Rick Hanson does in his new book.
Reference: www.chron.com
Four counties' libraries read one book
Energy
Published in 13-12-2017
    110 Visits
After an earthquake tears through an unnamed American city, nine people are stranded in a basement visa and passport office. To avoid panicking over the rising water in the confined space, each member of this diverse, all-ages group tells a story about "one amazing thing" in his or her life. "In these fragmented and fast-moving times, it is quite rare for us to have a communal cultural experienc ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Looking at Texas' flag through a unique lens
Energy
Published in 6-12-2017
    176 Visits
Between 2002 and 2007, former Houston Chronicle photographer E. Joe Deering captured images of the iconic Texas state flag almost anywhere you can imagine.
Reference: www.chron.com
Local book events for the week of Dec. 13
Energy
Published in 6-12-2017
    780 Visits
Local book events for the week of Dec. 13
Reference: www.chron.com
Theater books celebrate America's cultural treasures
Energy
Published in 6-12-2017
    202 Visits
Winter is a fine time to curl up with a good book. For theater lovers, books on their pet topic have the added advantage of stirring warm memories of favorite plays, players and performances.
Reference: www.chron.com
Book urges readers to follow the path to happiness
Energy
Published in 6-12-2017
    52 Visits
If you want to get happy in your relationships with others, take a cue from Buddha, Jesus or Moses. That's what Rick Hanson does in his new book.
Reference: www.chron.com
Four counties' libraries read one book
Energy
Published in 6-12-2017
    163 Visits
After an earthquake tears through an unnamed American city, nine people are stranded in a basement visa and passport office. To avoid panicking over the rising water in the confined space, each member of this diverse, all-ages group tells a story about "one amazing thing" in his or her life. "In these fragmented and fast-moving times, it is quite rare for us to have a communal cultural experienc ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com


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