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Bayou Preservation Association presents 18th Annual Symposium Oct. 6-7

“Green, in a Word, Is Good” is a virtual event featuring experts and thought leaders

The Bayou Preservation Association presents its 18th Annual Symposium Wednesday, Oct. 6 and Thursday, Oct. 7 as a virtual event with the theme Green, in a Word, Is Good. The Symposium, from 8 a.m. – noon over two days, will focus on green infrastructure as our path to a sustainable and resilient future.

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Cirque du Soleil kicks off relaunch of global touring operations in Houston

Alegría, an all-time classic reimagined in a new light, opens under the Big Top at Sam Houston Race Park on November 13

Following the successful reopening of four of its Las Vegas resident productions, Cirque du Soleil has chosen Houston to relaunch its first touring touring production. Alegría, which had to pause performances at Sam Houston Race Park in March 2020 due to the global pandemic, is bringing its Big Top back to Houston for an extended series of performances starting November 13.

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Bravo's Top Chef Selects Houston for Season 19

Houston’s Status As A Global Culinary Destination Cemented By The Emmy Award-Winning TV Series HOUSTON, Sept. 21, 2021 — With a focus on celebrating culture and diversity, the Emmy and James Beard

With a focus on celebrating culture and diversity, the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning culinary competition Top Chef selects Houston (ranked the nation’s most diverse city) for its series’ 19th season. The series, produced by Magical Elves, will premiere on Bravo in 2022. A new batch of talented chefs will be challenged all over the city, and host Padma Lakshmi, head judge Tom Colicchio, and judge Gail Simmons will all be back to crown the next Top Chef.

Twenty-six Texas Schools Named 2021 National Blue Ribbon Schools

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona today recognized 325 schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2021, including 26 schools in Texas. The recognition is based on a school’s overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. Secretary Cardona made the announcement during his Return to School Road Trip, while visiting an awardee school, Walter R. Sundling Jr. High School, in Palatine, Illinois.

New Civic Art Program comes to life in 5 Corners District

For decades, the Five Corners area in southwest Houston was in need of a boost. In 2015 the late great Council Member Larry Green pioneered a public art program, which is now expanding dynamically in a part of town that many might not think of first as a haven for public art.

The Street Meets the Stadium with the Launch of Disruptive Sports Apparel Brand, The Wild Collective

Female-owned sports and lifestyle brand brings a fresh eye to licensed fan merchandise with debut collection partnering with MLB, NHL, NBA, WNBA and multiple college teams

Dune Jewelry & Co. (www.dunejewelry.com), the one and only Experiential Jewelry company famous for incorporating sand and earth elements from thousands of memorable and iconic locations around the world, will launch two new collections on September 19th. The company specializes in creating tangible and eternal reminders of life's most precious moments.

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Experts offer guidance on engaging students with American history

America’s future should be built on a shared understanding of the past that is accurate and expansive, not falsely embellished and narrowly selective, according to a new forum in Harvard’s Education Next journal featuring some of the nation’s foremost history scholars and practitioners.

Estrella Media's Houston Radio Stations Host Annual Radiothon Benefiting Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and Texas Children's Hospital

Estrella Media announced its Seventh Annual Radiothon in partnership with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to benefit the Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston. This year, the two-day Radiothon will take place on September 21 and 22 from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CT.

Congenital Syphilis: L.A. County Repeatedly Fails to Act, says AHF

The Los Angeles Times reports the number of congenital syphilis cases in L.A. skyrocketed to 113 in 2020, which AHF believes may be low after L.A. County moved public health staff to work on COVID-19

For the last decade, AHF aggressively promoted syphilis awareness, prevention and treatment, including ringing the alarm about congenital syphilis as far back as 2017, ‘18 and ’19 with County officials and the public, including a billboard campaign headlined ‘Syphilis Can Be Fatal to Your Baby,’ after cases exploded from 6 in 2012 in L.A. County to 44 cases in 2017

Lawsuits Filed Against Texas Abortionist

Today, two disbarred attorneys filed lawsuits against Alan Braid, an abortionist in San Antonio who wrote an op-ed titled, "I violated Texas's abortion ban. Here's why."

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