Tags » Houston, Texas

'Learn to weld': Labour shortage imperils U.S. shale boom

How high is demand for welders to work in the shale boom on the U.S. Gulf Coast?

So high that “you can take every citizen in the region of Lake Charles between the ages of 5 and 85 and teach them all how to weld and you’re not going to have enough welders,” said Peter Huntsman, chief executive officer of chemical maker Huntsman Corp. 1,088 more words

Energy

Best Selling Author, Motivational Speaker, Course Leader, Co-Hosts Advancing Global Markets on Houston Television (HTV)

Belanie Dishong, founder and CEO of Live at Choice.com, Houston, Texas, Co-Hosts the Newest Show on Houston’s television HTV with ‘Shawna J’ the Executive Producer and Kimberly N. 445 more words

Entertainment

Race time

1 year ago but it looks like if it was yesterday! The sensations, noise and speed were the hit of the season.

The Houston grand pix race was one of the most exiting races I’ve ever been to. 109 more words

Fashion

Interview with Alfonso Colin, Houston Dynamo

Alfonso Colin, Marketing Assistant for the Houston Dynamo talks about how he got started in sports. 

1. How did you get started in the sports industry, and what do you think has made you… 593 more words
Interviews

NEW MUSIC: Raspy Rawls - Lookin Ass N*GGA (G-Mix)

We Introduce you all to a Houston, Texas native by the name of Raspy Rawls as he remixes Nicki Minaj latest song “Lookin Ass N*ggas”   67 more words

Hip-Hop, R&B, And More..

Longer cruises from the west from Carnival

For those who cruise from the western half of North America, the choice of number of days at sea and destination has been limited.

If you look at just Galveston, … 229 more words

Ports And Bows

New Old New Ad Infinitum...

Hello Everybody,

Last week, my friend, Mia hired me to build a table out of two old wooden doors. The doors were coated in several layers of paint, applied throughout several decades, except on the corners where the paint had peeled away, exposing brittle and cracked wood. 1,947 more words

Hobo Journalism