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Chris Stapleton will move you to tears with this emotional tribute to Glen Campbell

  • 12:14 am Tuesday, August 15th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

While hearts remain heavy over the Aug. 8 loss of Glen Campbell, tributes continue to pour in for the icon from singers, songwriters and musicians who looked up to him.

Chris Stapleton is the latest to offer up an emotional tribute in memory of the country great.

During his “All-American Road Show” tour stop at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania, on Aug. 10, Chris opened up about the impact that Glen had on him and others. He also covered the late legend’s popular hit, “Rhinestone Cowboy.”

“We lost a country music legend a couple days ago,” [More]

Toby Keith just paid tribute to the iconic Glen Campbell with a musical masterpiece

  • 12:15 am Friday, August 11th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

There have been many performances in Toby Keith’s career that have elicited both praise and unsurpassed emotion. Songs such as “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue,” “American Soldier” and “Made in America” can all transport listeners right back to the moment they first heard them, and often, the emotions of that moment just come flooding back in.

So, when Toby took the stage Aug. 9 in New York and began talking about his friend Glen Campbell, who had just passed away the previous day, it was as if the audience instinctively knew that this would be a moment they would [More]

Will Texas Hold’em pass the test in Houston?

  • 12:10 am Friday, August 11th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

The team behind Houston’s Post Oak Poker Club will soon offer the city’s poker players a card room to rival those in the finest gaming destinations across the country, all in keeping with Texas law.

State law allows for poker games in private homes or businesses, as long as all the money wagered is distributed among the players, and the house does not make any money off the bets themselves. Instead of a traditional “rake” of the pot during each hand, the club will make its money from a seat rental fee of $7.50 per half hour. The seat rental fee allows [More]

5 Star Lemon Butter Chicken

  • 7:55 am Thursday, August 10th, 2017 by ericarico11

I was scrolling through FB and saw that one of my friends made this dish, but with chicken thighs.  Suzanne is a big foodie like I am and I was like, “HOLD UP…..WHAT IS THIS?”   She got the original recipe from a mom recipe group (love those) and I couldn’t even wait one day.  I went straight to the store after work and got the ingredients I was missing.   I mean, look at this….how can you not want to eat this?

The sauce is so heavenly, you will want to drink it.  I may have drank it….ok I definitely [More]

TxDOT Takes Next Step in 610 Loop Interchange Project

  • 12:23 am Thursday, August 10th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

Just in time for the holidays, changes are coming to the 610 Loop.

The highly anticipated rebuild of the interchange at US 69 near the Galleria is expected to begin later this year, following TxDOT’s contract award to Williams Brothers Construction earlier this week.

Once the entire $258.8 million project is complete, drivers will see a lot of changes to the highway:

In addition to rebuilding the lanes of 610, the project will rebuild all of the interchanges between the loop and both US 69 and US 59.

While the project is scheduled to run from 2017 through 2021, the contract awarded to Williams Brothers provides [More]

Houston Police To Stop Using Whataburger Table Tents As Crime Markers

  • 12:19 am Thursday, August 10th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

Whataburger is celebrating its anniversary this week – the Texas institution known for its Lone Star flare.

But the orange-and-white-striped table tents used to denote each customer’s order are becoming as iconic as the legendary burgers the restaurant grills every day, 24 hours a day.

The tents are so popular, diners from across the country often take them home – illegally, of course – as “souvenirs.”

However, thanks to a decree from the Houston Police Department, another resourceful, yet, unlikely, use for the iconic knick-knacks is coming to an end:

Police officials are ordering their officers no longer use the table tents as evidence markers at crime scenes.

The [More]

Blake Shelton finds himself in the middle of major concert controversy

  • 12:39 am Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

It’s funny how fights can begin and things can get blown out of proportion and, all of a sudden, you find yourself in the middle of a conversation you never wanted to be a part of in the first place — all because of social media.

Just ask Blake Shelton.

Recently, the country music superstar found himself in quite a controversy as some fans went into all-out outrage mode when they heard the news that Blake’s concert, originally scheduled for August 19 at East Carolina University, was going to be postponed, according to “The [More]

Are Houston homes overvalued?

  • 12:31 am Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

A report by the real estate analytics firm CoreLogic showed that Houston is one of four major U.S. metropolitan areas with homes that are highly overvalued. The report defines a housing market as overvalued when housing prices are 10 percent or more above the “long-term, sustainable level” based on residents’ average income.

Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic, said in a press release on the report that, “(Home) affordability is rapidly deteriorating nationally and especially in some key markets such as Denver, Houston, Miami and Washington.”

Data from the Houston Association of Realtors showed that the median price for [More]

Flash Flood Warning in Houston – Galveston + High Water Locations

  • 3:02 am Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

At 207 AM CDT, the public reported flooding from heavy rain in Bear
Creek Village. Up to 5 inches of rain have already fallen. Flash
flooding is already occuring. Additional rainfall amounts of around
2 inches are possible in the warned area as moderate to heavy rain
continues to fall.
Some locations that will experience flooding include…
Northern Sugar Land, northern Missouri City, Stafford, Bellaire,
Humble, West University Place, Katy, Richmond, Tomball, Jacinto City,
Jersey Village, Brookshire, Hunters Creek Village, Bunker Hill
Village, Piney Point Village, Pinehurst, Downtown Houston, Greenway /
Upper Kirby [More]

Looks like Dixie Chicks’ Natalie Maines is back to her old ways

  • 12:35 am Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 by Jake Stewart

Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines has been toning down her anti-President Trump posts, now that she’s moved from Twitter to Instagram. Lately, Natalie has been sharing photos of serene waterfalls and sandy beaches as she vacations in Hawaii. It’s all part of her quest to find some peace of mind in the weeks following the news she’s divorcing longtime hubby Adrian Pasdar.

So much for staying away from politics, though.

In one recent post, Natalie claims she saw some crabs come up on the beach and write out “Trump is a dope.” She was kidding, of course.


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