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Help a Child in Need Start Off the School Year Right

Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital is partnering with the Vic Coppinger Family YMCA in Pearland to support Operation Backpack, an initiative to provide school supplies for children in need so they start school with the necessary tools to be successful.

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Houston Stylist Ashley Dunn to Launch Ready-to-Wear Collection at Event Benefitting the National Eating Disorder Association

Fundraiser and Awareness event to be held at Archway Gallery on August 22, 2014

With the increasing rise of eating disorders among both children and women, Fashion Stylist Ashley Dunn aims to inspire others by telling her story of triumph and launching a collection that’s inclusive and relatable. The event will be held on August 22 at 7:00 pm at Archway Gallery located at 2305 Dunlavy St, Houston, TX. 77006.

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Get a First Listen of Wiz Khalifa's "You and Your Friends" Ft. Snoop Dogg & Ty Dolla $ign

Produced by DJ Mustard via MTV First

Check out Wiz Khalifa on the “Under The Influence of Music” Tour! http://www.wizkhalifa.com/undertheinfluencetour

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Novelist Walker Smith Launches Bluestone Rondo on July 25th

The Red Cat Jazz Café will be hosting a book launch event for seasoned Houston author Walker Smith’s newest novel, Bluestone Rondo. This event will be unlike anything Houston has ever seen before! It will be free and open to the public, and will take place on Friday, July 25th from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.

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S-Man x Huxley Collab 'Callin' + New S-Man Single '2 Close' ft. GTO Premiere

At one time reserved only for the deeper, more underground clubs he’d perform at, Roger Sanchez officially debuted his S-Man alter ego in 1994. Fast forward to 2014 and Roger is now devoting himself fulltime to the musical darkside. S-Man makes his triumphant return to playlists and stages this summer with a string of all-new singles, remixes, and collaborations.

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How Women in IT Can Close the Salary Gap: Discuss Live on InformationWeek Radio

Join University of California Professor Joan C. Williams, along with the editors of InformationWeek, as they discuss how women can negotiate better salaries and close the gender gap in IT this Tuesday

When it comes to women in IT, one of the biggest obstacles to overcome, especially as women start to climb the corporate ladder to the C-suite, is the pay difference compared to male colleagues in the same position. What can women do to close the gap?

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Children’s Museum of Houston offers free inoculations during Thursday Free Family Nights in mid-Summer

First session occurring July 31 Administered by Texas Children’s Mobile Clinic Program

All children under 18 needing immunizations as required for admission by school districts will have the opportunity to receive FREE vaccinations at the Children’s Museum of Houston this summer.

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Former Destiny's Child Member Arrested

Former Destiny's Child member Farrah Franklin got herself in a little trouble with the law over the weekend. She had a bit too much fun while partying with two NFL football players - Daquan Bowers (defensive end with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and Ricky Sapp (outside linebacker with the Houston Texans). Franklin was extremely drunk to the point that she was out of control. It was at that time the football players called police. Franklin was arrested and booked. Later, she posted a $280 bail.

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Kim and Kanye Pay $500,000 for Baby Body Double

What do you do when you have too much money? You hire a body double for your 13-month old baby and pay them $500,000. This is the latest "she did what" move by Kim Kardashian and hubby Kanye West. Holding try outs for both baby North West and her nanny to act as body doubles to reportedly protect North from the paparazzi. Couldn't this same thing be achieve if, I don't know, you keep your baby out of the spotlight. That might work, you think?

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Circumcision Does Not Promote Risky Behavior by African Men

Men do not engage in riskier behaviors after they are circumcised, according to a study in Kenya by University of Illinois at Chicago researchers.



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