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Traveler’s Table restaurant set to take over former Aqui space in Montrose
Entertainment
Published in 7-8-2019
    42 Visits

Traveler's Table takes over the space formerly occupied by James Beard Award-winning chef Paul Qui's Aqui restaurant, which closed in December.

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What’s playing on Houston stages this week
Entertainment
Published in 7-8-2019
    665 Visits

Looking for something to do? Try one of these stage shows in Houston.

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Powerful true story comes to life in ‘Brian Banks’
Entertainment
Published in 7-8-2019
    441 Visits

Based on a true story, and anchored by a charismatic lead performance by Aldis Hodge in the title role, this multifaceted drama uses the framework of a courtroom procedural, not to thrill but to explore how our criminal justice system casts aside some of the same people it should protect.

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‘The Art of Racing in the Rain’ goes to the dogs
Entertainment
Published in 7-8-2019
    832 Visits

Telling a human story from a dog’s point of view has an initial appeal. But the novelty quickly wears thin.

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Houston's latest restaurant closings include longtime favorites
Entertainment
Published in 7-8-2019
    563 Visits

In the span of just weeks, some of Houston's dining stalwarts have announced their closings.

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Still blocked from Hawaii peak, telescope seeks Spain permit
Technology
Published in 7-8-2019
    232 Visits

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) The group behind a $1.4 billion telescope planned for Hawaii is applying for a permit to build in Spain as ongoing protests and a human blockade prevent them from starting construction on Mauna Kea, Hawaii's highest peak that some people consider sacred.

The plan to start construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on the Big Island has been thwarted for more t ...>>

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32 years after poisoning, cleanup launched at arsenic site
Technology
Published in 7-8-2019
    127 Visits

KENT, N.Y. (AP) In the weeks after they moved from New York City to their dream home in the leafy countryside, Norman and Alicia Berns grew ill with nausea, numbness and crushing fatigue.

She tried to restore her health by drinking plenty of water, but that turned out to be the worst thing she could do.

"We were just getting progressively sicker, and the doctors couldn't fig ...>>

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Scientists say water in Hawaii crater is heated by volcano
Technology
Published in 7-8-2019
    73 Visits

HONOLULU (AP) Scientists have discovered that a growing pond of water inside a Hawaii crater is being heated by Kilauea volcano.

The U.S. Geological Survey said Tuesday that temperature readings taken over the weekend show that a growing pool of water in Kilauea volcano's Halemaumau crater, the former home of a popular lava lake, is about 158 degrees Fahrenheit (70 degrees Celsius) ...>>

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Gazans struggle to protect antiquities from neglect, looting
Technology
Published in 7-8-2019
    329 Visits

KHAN YOUNIS, Gaza Strip (AP) Walid al-Aqqad's Gaza home would be the envy of many an antiquities collector.

Pieces of Corinthian columns greet visitors in the backyard. Inside, hundreds of ancient pots and other artifacts hang on the walls or are arranged helter-skelter on shelves.

They are remnants of five millennia of Gaza's history, from the Bronze Age to the Islamic ...>>

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Report: Baylor officials did nothing after being notified of assaults
Technology
Published in 7-8-2019
    591 Visits

According to an alleged victim of multiple assaults by an ex-football player, Baylor coach Art Briles and university president Ken Starr did nothing after being informed.

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Port of Galveston reports increase in wind turbine cargo and cruises, decrease in grains
Business
Published in 7-8-2019
    698 Visits

The trade war has curtailed grain exports from the Port of Galveston and caused an 11 percent decline in overall tonnage during the second quarter, according to data released by the port.

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Sears to close Texas City store this fall
Business
Published in 7-8-2019
    77 Visits

The Sears in Texas City is the latest casualty of the 126-year-old retailer's ongoing efforts to streamline its operations amid changing consumer preferences and the rise of e-commerce.

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Houston architecture firm shortlisted in Houston Endowment HQ competition
Business
Published in 7-8-2019
    439 Visits

Houston's Schaum/Shieh Architects was the only local firm shortlisted in an international competition to design a new headquarters for the Houston Endowment.

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Houston ranks 10th for apartment sales, but growth is flat
Business
Published in 7-8-2019
    834 Visits

Sales of apartment complexes are up 15 percent in the first half compared to the same period in 2018, according to Real Estate Alert. Houston ranked 10th in terms of sales volume.

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Texas City church sells site to multifamily developer
Business
Published in 7-8-2019
    787 Visits

Smart Living, a luxury apartment developer, purchased a 9.4-acre parcel from First Baptist Church of Texas City. It plans to build 234 units of apartments and townhomes.

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