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These burger joints were ranked among the top restaurants in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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Few things say comfort food like a good burger and with national cheeseburger day happening on Monday, Sept. 18, there is no better time to enjoy one.

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Cody Johnson sets Beaumont concert for Hurricane Harvey relief
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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The Texas country star made his RodeoHouston debut earlier this year.

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Prelude Coffee & Tea opens in downtown Houston
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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Owners of Greenway Coffee have a chic new coffee bar in the open-to-the-public lobby of the regal 609 Main at Texas; opening Sept. 19

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Twitter reacts to 2017 Emmys in anger, funny memes
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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Twitter is abuzz with reactions to the 2017 Emmys on Sunday evening.

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Then and now: 'Battle of the Sexes' scenes from real life compared to the movie
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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On Sept. 20, 1973, Houston's Astrodome was filled with thousands to witness a man-verses-woman tennis match dubbed "The Battle of the Sexes," which has been adapted into a movie starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell.

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Retail Wrap: Expansion for Wolfies Swim School
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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Wolfies Swim School has a new location at 5230 Cedar in Bellaire. Cindy Wolf Meador founded the school, which specializes in small class sizes with a maximum of three students. The grand opening will be 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday. The school also holds classes at the West University Place Recreation Center, 4210 Bellaire. The Learning Experience, with more than a dozen franchise centers in the Houst ...>>
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Oil trades near $50 after decline in U.S. drilling
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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 Oil traded near $50 a barrel in New York, close to a three-month high, as a further reduction in U.S. drilling added to signs the global crude surplus is abating. 

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Houston grocers shut down by Harvey give timelines for reopening
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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Houston-area grocery stores that flooded severely during Hurricane Harvey will remained closed for weeks or months as companies make substantial repairs and renovations.

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Salata to open second Pearland location
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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Houston-based Salata will open its second Pearland location this month. 

 

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Mobile dialysis centers urged for next catastrophe
Entertainment
Published in 19-9-2017
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Seema Verma, administrator of the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, arrived in Houston on Monday not only to gather tales of Hurricane Harvey but also, and perhaps more importantly, to contemplate any hard lessons learned before the next disaster strikes. "I wanted to come and say thank you," she told a packed meeting room of employees and officials at a dialysis center near Bray ...>>
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Royal Oak site damaged in Sept. 9 fire
Entertainment
Published in 12-9-2017
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The Westheimer bar was due to reopen in October as a new concept, Present Company; no word on extent of damages or how long project is delayed

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Index Fest, formerly known as Untapped, cancelled due to Hurricane Harvey issues
Entertainment
Published in 12-9-2017
    862 Visits

The beer and music festival has been one of the most popular events of its kind in Houston.

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New Harvey relief fund draws culinary superstars
Entertainment
Published in 12-9-2017
    379 Visits

Houston's La Table restaurant helps spearhead Hospitality for Houston for restaurant professionals to help those in Houston affected by Harvey

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New door: Goode Co. Kitchen & Cantina grilling up Tex-Mex in The Woodlands
Entertainment
Published in 12-9-2017
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THE CONCEPT The first Goode Co. brand to launch since Armadillo Palace opened in 2004. The Tex-Mex cantina and adjacent Goode Co. Barbecue in The Woodlands also are the first Goode restaurants outside the Houston city limits. THE SPACE The 7,400-square-foot cantina sports reclaimed wood, artisan-made fixtures and pieces from the family's personal collection. The design is a tribute to Goode C ...>>
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Royal Oak site damaged in Sept. 9 fire
Entertainment
Published in 12-9-2017
    393 Visits

The Westheimer bar was due to reopen in October as a new concept, Present Company; no word on extent of damages or how long project is delayed

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