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Houston area airport hosts WWII vets

Seventy-two years ago, the largest invasion the modern world had ever seen moved onto the continent of Europe, signaling the beginning of the end of WWII. The skies darkened under the massive air armada as the allied forces fought their way ashore on the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944. On Saturday, June 18, Read more about Houston area airport hosts WWII vets[…]

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The best local places to hit for those traveling to Houston

Houston Restaurants Pappasito’s Cantina Pappasito’s website shows it has a handle on the business concept of vertical integration. It owns and drives the trucks delivering its food, it make the furniture for its restaurants and it, of course, cooks the meals. If you order guacamole at Pappasito’s, the wait staff will bring the kitchen to Read more about The best local places to hit for those traveling to Houston[…]

Little Woodrow’s Owner Debuts New Icehouse

Little Woodrow’s owner Danny Evans officially opened his latest concept in Houston’s Upper Kirby neighborhood. Kirby Ice House, at 3333 Eastside St., held its grand opening on April 8 to a packed house, CultureMap reports. The 6,500-square-foot venue is somewhat more high-end than Evans’ Woodrow’s locations. In addition to the 50-tap bar, the Kirby Ice Read more about Little Woodrow’s Owner Debuts New Icehouse[…]

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Ridesharing Is Awesome, So Who Do We Blame When Uber Leaves?

Ride with MarVen For sprawled-out, traffic-snarled cities across the country, Uber has been a godsend for riders who can afford the easy, cheap-ish trips. But has the company built up enough goodwill to get whatever it wants? No, not in techie-town Austin, at least, where an overwhelming number of voters this past weekend defeated a Read more about Ridesharing Is Awesome, So Who Do We Blame When Uber Leaves?[…]