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November 16, 2012
Black Friday Turns into Bless Friday®

Since 2010, Houston area churches and Christian organizations have provided an alternative to frenzied Christmas shopping on the day after Thanksgiving. Continuing this tradition, Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church (MDPC), Beacon of Light Christian Center, St. Luke's United Methodist Church, St. John the Divine Episcopal Church, are each scheduling community service projects on Friday, November 23. […]

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October 16, 2012
Houston Texas Buckeye Files Applicatio​n for Market-Bas​ed Rates in New York City-Area

Buckeye Partners, L.P. (NYSE:BPL) ("Buckeye") announced today that Buckeye Pipe Line Company, L.P. ("Buckeye Pipeline") filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") seeking authority to charge market-based rates for deliveries of refined petroleum products to the New York City-area market ("Application"). In the Application, Buckeye Pipeline seeks market-based rates from its three […]

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September 25, 2012
Houston Police Officer Matthew Marin Shoots and Kills Helpless Victim!

It`s still not clear what happened when a mentally-ill, double amputee Brian Claunch, was shot in the head by Houston police officer Matthew Marin early Saturday morning. For example, what`s the exact time Brian was shot? One news story I read, says the police arrived at the Healing Hands home (4309 Polk) at 2:30 AM. […]

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September 20, 2012
Houstonian Community Activist Ray Hill Appears on The AP with Judyth Piazza

Judyth Piazza interviews Houstonian Community Activist Ray Hill on The American Perspective Seventy one year old native Houstonian. Graduated from Galena Park Public Schools; Attended Steven F Austin State University, University of Houston, Tulane University, New Orleans, no degrees. Came out as a gay man to my family and at Galena Park High School in […]

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August 13, 2012
Space City Con Houston 2012 An Epic Win

While Apollocon 2012 was epic fail, the first annual Space City Con in Houston was epic win. Mostly. ApolloCcon in 2012 failed as a sci-fi convention because it lacked in programming, artist lineup and attendance. Since this was the first of many intended conventions for Space City, I expected and anticipated there would be some […]

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August 8, 2012
Get Your Tickets for Space City Con Today: George Comits Talks About Space City Con

Judyth Piazza interviews "Greek" George Comits Executive Director of Space City Con on The American Perspective Space City Con is an all-ages festival of comics, sci-fi, fantasy, gaming, literature, and art, in the spirit of Houston, Texas! Envisioned as a "geek festival with free parking," SCC is conveniently located at the Westin Galleria convention center […]

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August 7, 2012
Armored Car Robbers Make Court Appearance in Houston

HOUSTON—A six-count federal indictment has now been unsealed as two of the five charged made their initial appearances in federal court, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today. Walter Keitric Freeman and Corinthian Phillips, who turned themselves in to authorities, are charged along with Hendrick Dwayne Lynn, Chad Eric Haywood, and Allen Moore, Jr. with […]

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August 7, 2012
Remembering Hate to Inspire Others

By Bruce H.G. Calder Nestled in Houston’s Museum district where you might find some of Rembrandt’s drawings, discover the courage of African-American “Buffalo Soldiers” and even learn how hurricanes get their power sits an architectural gem devoted to the preservation of the memory of one of the most brutal chapters in the history of mankind. […]

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August 1, 2012
Free Things to Do in Houston: Don't Miss Out!

FREE THINGS TO DO IN HOUSTON By David J. Knee Art Car Museum 140 Heights Blvd Houston, TX 77007 Information (713) 861-5526 www.artcarmuseum.com Hours Wednesday-Sunday: 11 am-6 pm Closed: Monday & Tuesday Admission Always Free CAMH| Contemporary Arts Museum Houston 5216 Montrose Boulevard, Houston Texas 77006 Information (713) 284-8250 www.camh.org Hours Tuesday-Wednesday, Friday: 10 am-7 […]

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August 1, 2012
18th Annual Sing For Hope Gala Presented by Houston Mayor Annise Parker

Mayor Parker and Gala Chairs will Recognize the 25th Anniversary of Bering Omega Community Services Dental Clinic Honorees Houston, TX—Bering Omega Community Services gala co-chairs Jared Lang, General Manager of Momentum Audi and president of Fashion Houston, and Jeff Gremillion, Editor-in-Chief of Houston Magazine along with honorary chairs Hank Coleman and Kathryn King Coleman announced […]

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