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“No beer this time?” she asked the man carrying a gallon of milk and a package of Birthday Cake Oreos.

That man, of course, was me. 173 more words

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Sugar Land Wine and Food Affair Kicks Off this Week

(SUGAR LAND, TX) — What’s being called the largest wine and food festival in Texas kicks off this week in Sugar Land.

With more than 8,000 visitors each year, the… 168 more words


Agent, Broker, or REALTOR?

The terms by which licensed real estate professionals are known can be confusing.  Let’s see if we can sort them out and lessen the ambiguity. 287 more words

Six Teens Arrested for Burglarizing a Harris County Home

(HOUSTON) — Police arrested six teens allegedly connected to a burglary of a home in north Harris County on Monday morning.

A neighbor called the… 139 more words


If Texas Was Still a Republic, How Would its Economy Rank Globally?

Frank Zappa once said, “You can’t be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline.”

Texas would qualify on both counts. In fact, there are… 188 more words


April 21 is San Jacinto Day

(HOUSTON) — It’s April 21, known in Texas as San Jacinto Day.

Texans may argue over the pronunciation of San Jacinto, but they agree almost universally on the significance of the event that took place in 1836. 270 more words