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Vote For JJ and Her Daughter in the Houston Chronicle's Mother/Daughter Contest! {Vote Now}

Me and my daughter Alani are finalists in the Houston Chronicle’s “Mommy/Daughter Look-a-Like Contest”! It’s down to the top 20 people out of 100! Would you please vote for us?! 88 more words

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The Daily Read

There was a time…. Remember when…?

When traveling I appreciate the daily newspaper that many hotels provide. Probably it is the USA Today, a fine daily that references the entire USA – little in the way of the local scene. 1,352 more words

Algorithms For Life

Houston Made Out Of Legos

I’m a HUGE Lego fan! In fact, I’ve seen the Lego movie more times than I’d like to admit. So when my amigos at The Houston Chronicle… 128 more words

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Best Places To Take Your Prom Photos

Where are you taking your prom pictures? Don’t ruin a fun night by taking your pics at Grandmas dusty house, check out this Houston list! 73 more words

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Congratulations to 2015 Pulitzer Prize winner Lisa Falkenberg, who exposed injustice in Texas justice

What a thrilling way to start the day! On the morning I will host two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Larry Price in my Global Business Journalism classes at Tsinghua University, I wake up to news that my longtime Houston Chronicle colleague Lisa Falkenberg has won the 2015 Pulitzer for commentary. 175 more words

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Falkenberg snaps the shutout and changes the law

The Houston Chronicle is heckled within these walls as “Houston’s Leading Information Source” for two sarcastic reasons: that’s what it proclaimed itself to be for many years in a local advertising—er, excuse me, branding—campaign , and since… 389 more words

Justice

Mining in Haiti on hold amid uncertainty and opposition - Houston Chronicle

The 50-year-old man from the village scrambled up a grassy hill to ask the onsite manager of a U.S. mining company for work. Joseph Tony had heard VCS Mining Inc. 137 more words

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