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The News Of 8 Year Old DeMaree Atkins Did Not Make It Onto The Second Day Of The "Houston Chronicle" Web Site - Replaced By A Series Of "#OscarsSoDiverse (As Long As We Win)" Stories

Go Right Now To "" and do a FIND in your browser for the name: DeMaree Atkins You will NOT find a reference unless you do a SEARCH on the website to find an archive story. IT IS NOT A SURPRISE. Please. Let's just admit it:IN...Show More Summary

TxDOT Accelerates I-45 Project, “Reopening the Tolling Debate”

Houston Chronicle reports that a plan to address the “infuriating bottleneck on Interstate 45 through downtown [Houston] that was once “preposterous” is now getting off the ground. The $1 billion or so plan calls for, among other things, moving the I-45. Show More Summary

Chef Anita Jaisinghani Is Moving on From Indika

But there’s good news for Pondicheri fans. All things must come to an end. That’s basically what chef Anita Jaisinghani told the Houston Chronicle about her decision to move on from her upscale Indian/Gulf Coast restaurant Indika in Montrose. Show More Summary

Report: Giants agree to new deal with Zak DeOssie

The Giants have reached a deal to bring back veteran long snapper Zak DeOssie, the Houston Chronicle reported Friday. DeOssie would have been a free agent had he not signed before the start of the new league year on March 9. A two-time Pro Bowler, DeOssie has spent his entire career 10-year with the Giants…

James Harden will need new agent

Here’s the Houston Chronicle reporting on Rockets guard James Harden and how some Laker-related news will affect him: Once Rob Pelinka completes the process of going from player agent to Lakers general manager, Rockets guard James Harden will be a max-contract without representation. But he said he has not been barraged by agents trying to recruit [...]

Some Texas grad students hold bar conferences to avoid guns

A 2016 Texas law that allows concealed handguns on college campuses has prompted some graduate students to move their student conferences to bars. The Houston Chronicle ( ) reports several … Click to Continue »

NBA Joins NFL In Warning Texas: Drop That “Bathroom Bill” If You Want To Host Another All-Star Game

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The Dallas Morning News reports: Put the NBA on the growing list of sports organizations warning Texas over its proposed transgender bathroom bill. In a statement to the Houston Chronicle last week, Spokesman Mike Bass said the NBA weighs...Show More Summary

Le’Veon Bell will release rap album on March 1

On March 1, the Steelers may drop the franchise tag on running back Le’Veon Bell. His first rap album also will drop that day. (Did I say that right?) Via the Houston Chronicle, the album dubbed Post Interview will be released on March 1. Last July, Bell unveiled a rap song called Focus, in which…

Will the Patriots call the Texans about Garoppolo?

As the football-following world tries to figure out what the Patriots will do with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, our good friend John McClain of the Houston Chronicle has a theory. If the Patriots decide to try to trade Garoppolo, they’ll quite possibly call the Texans. If the Patriots think Garoppolo is destined to become a franchise…

Law School Naming Rights Settlement Falls Apart, As University Of Houston, South Texas Head To Mediation

Following up on my previous posts (links below): Houston Chronicle, Law School Naming Feud Heads to Mediation: A preliminary deal over naming rights between Houston's battling law schools formally fell apart Wednesday, with lawyers asking a federal judge to send them into mediation. The dissolution of the talks comes as...

Dallas Cowboys getting Myles Garrett would make them instant Super Bowl contenders

NFL’s potential number one overall pick Myles Garrett has been open about his draft status. On Saturday, Garrett confirmed to the Houston Chronicle that he would not attend the NFL draft in Philadelphia. The Arlington, Texas native said he prefers to watch the draft with his family at home. Show More Summary

Railroad Commission of Texas asks Legislature for $45M

The Railroad Commission of Texas is requesting nearly $45 million from the Legislature to hire more inspectors, upgrade its technology, reduce the inspections backlog and more. The Houston Chronicle ( … Click to Continue »

Appeals court says Pasadena must change voter election plan

A federal appeals court has affirmed a lower ruling that a Houston suburb's voting plan discriminated against Hispanics and cannot be used in May city elections. The Houston Chronicle ( … Click to Continue »

Bill Belichick: Wes Welker has a “good football mind”

Bill Belichick knew he could trust Wes Welker to do just about anything. So he thinks the Texans did the right thing adding another of his former employees to their coaching staff. Via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Patriots coach praised the hiring of Welker as an offensive and special teams assistant. “He…

George H. W. Bush to perform Super Bowl LI coin toss

Former President George H. W. Bush and wife Barbara have agreed to do the coin toss at the Super Bowl LI in Houston this Sunday, reports the Houston Chronicle. The Texas-based couple were invited to do so by the National Football League, and on Wednesday, commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed their participation. Show More Summary

16-year-old Jordanian boy here on visa held indefinitely by US immigration officials

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A 16-year-old high school student living in Houston on a Jordanian visa was detained by U.S. immigrations officials for more than three days, the Houston Chronicle reports. Mohammad Abu Khadra visited Jordan to renew his visa last week. When he returned to George Bush International Airport on...

Jadeveon Clowney had minor knee surgery

The only minor surgery is the one that is performed on someone else. Or in the case of Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, on the other knee. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Clowney withdrew from the Pro Bowl to have arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. That’s not the one he had…

Texans tackle Chris Clark recovering from shoulder surgery

Texans offensive tackle Chris Clark needed shoulder surgery following the 2016 season, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reported Wednesday. The report described the surgery as “a cleanup procedure” and said Clark has “a good medical outlook” for the offseason. Clark has been valuable for the Texans. He started four games at left tackle in…

'Minstrel Show': Houston Chronicle Rips 'Nixon In China' For 'Demeaning Treatment Of Chinese Culture'

"Instead of presenting Asians as human beings, we are offered a world of lazy stereotypes", writes staff theater and opera critic Wei-Huan Chen about the opera's version of the old Cultural Revolution ballet The Red Detachment of Women, "a representation of Asian people so nostalgic, so inaccurate and so out of touch with the way […]

Texans won’t hire an offensive coordinator, Bill O’Brien to call plays

In the coaching shuffle the Texans are going through, it appears one spot is going unfilled. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans aren’t going to hire an offensive coordinator to replace the fired George Godsey, and head coach Bill O’Brien will call the plays next year. They’re also shifting wide receivers coach…

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