Sheriff Shaq 2020.
Our Mens Classic Monday(#MCM) goes to Houston's very own Doughbeezy. Learn how this rapper is taking the culture of Houston hip hop and carrying it on his back.
Our Women Classic Wednesday (#WCW) goes to the very talented and versatile Megscoop. Learn how this actress/on-air personality is bringing back classy in her own unique way.
Our Mens Classic Monday(#MCM) goes to Houston's very own King Keraun. Learn how this entrepreneur went from a felon to making multi-million moves with Russell Simmons and More
Our Mens Classic Monday(#MCM) goes to Houston's very own Billy Sorrells. Learn how this comedian has cracked his way up to being a top contender in the field of comedy, television, and so much more.
Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys will get red chairs as new judges on NBC’s “The Voice” next September.
T.I. & Tiny have a new baby girl.
Houston City Council voted and approved a two-year, $5,758,000.00 contract with Waste Management to continue to provide uninterrupted, bi-weekly curbside recycling services to City of Houston residents.
Atria Publishing Group announced Tuesday that the “Ride Along” star is writing a memoir about his experiences growing up and early failures as a comedian that helped fuel his now-prolific career.
Azealia Banks mocked Iggy Azalea's suicidal thoughts on Instagram.
According to Kanye West, his surprise pop-up shop sold over $1 million dollars worth of merchandise in just 2 days.
Lollapalooza unveils their line-up, including performances from J. Cole, Future, Mac Miller, Vic Mensa and many more.
The troubles of Katt Williams continue to get sadder and sadder.
"Unforeseen changes with upcoming projects" are responsible for the switch.
Only a few dates have been announced for the mysterious Jay Electronica.
Artists have been showing their love for Phife following news of his death.
Joey Badass says he's sitting on 80 unreleased tracks, and he's been in the studio with Wyclef Jean.
Phife Dawg's family wants everyone to celebrate his life and influence.
The new set follows similar modifications to that of the popular AFX Pro Series irons. Thinning the top line and sole give it the forgiveness of its predecessor, with workability that also appeals to better players.
Da Camera of Houston, the presenter of chamber music and jazz events, announces its 2016/2017 season of concerts. Themed Roots, the season's programming centers on musicians and composers who delve into their personal histories and cultural heritages to explore the deep sources of their inspiration. Highlights include performances by the St. Lawrence String Quartet, pianist and composer Vijay Iyer and acclaimed jazz trumpeter Terence Blanchard.
Presented by Fathom Events and Bryton Entertainment, This Event Pays Tribute to America's First African-American Fighter Pilots from World War II
During the month of February, nearly 3 million tons of cargo crossed Port of Houston Authority docks. Today, in his report to the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority at its regular meeting, Executive Director Roger Guenther stated that this steady business “demonstrates the Port Authority’s resiliency, and the diversity of its operations.”
Today, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), Ranking Member of the Committee on Financial Services, introduced landmark legislation that would provide significant resources to end homelessness in America. The measure is a bold effort to declare what is really needed to address this crisis.
Sometimes posting things on social media you hope that your friends and family see it…and sometimes even your exes, lol. But little did this one family – a husband, a wife and their son – know that when they posted their soon-to-be crowning achievement of graduation, that they would be inspiring generations to come.
Intel Commercial Dancer Paige Fraser & Ailey II Dancer Lloyd A. Boyd Didn’t Let Scoliosis Stop Their Dreams
Paige Fraser soars and twirls effortlessly in the latest Intel commercial highlighting the company’s new innovations in computer technology.
Child proofing is a commonly performed process for parents with babies and young children. They lock the kitchen cabinets and hide cleaning products, but there are other poisonous and dangerous toxins that are often forgotten.
There are so many new studies about which chemicals aren’t good for us that it can be hard to keep up. So, sometimes, it’s best to stick with what you know.
Multiple myeloma is a painful, incurable disease. The increasing amount of cancerous cells in the bone marrow as the cancer progresses is the root of backaches, nerve and muscle pains that many patients feel because of the disease. Also, multiple myeloma eventually causes damage to the bone, which can be another source of excruciating pain in patients. The pain may vary depending on the stage of the disease.
Today, the African-American Police Officers League (AAPOL) announced its endorsement of Angelique Bartholomew for State Representative House District 27 and pledged to support her campaign.
Before you burn that tax refund on shopping sprees, ‘red bottoms,’ or a lavish vacation, now is the best time to consider whether or not you should use those funds towards home ownership, or continue to pay rent in your cozy apartment.
Condom usage is promoted heavily to reduce the spread of HIV, harmful STDs and unwanted pregnancy, but in reality, many men have chosen—at one time or another– to go into sexual situations without the use of latex barriers opting for a natural feel.
If you’re not already a fan of zucchini, these three benefits may just make you a believer:
Netflix & Learn might not sound quite as cool as the more popular phrase “Netflix & Chill,” but anytime a film can entertain and educate it’s worth a watch. “Breathe,” executive produced by Angela Burgin Logan, portrays Angela’s true story of a near fatal pregnancy after her doctor failed to diagnose her with preeclampsia, a dangerous pregnancy complication that occurs in 5-8 percent of all pregnancies and is a leading cause of maternal deaths.
For nearly a decade starting the early 90’s, week after week, you’d hear the shrill sound of super smart nerd who just happened to live next door, Steve Urkel, call out the name of Kellie S. Williams’ characters’ name, “Laura.” Fans of the show, “Family Matters”, watched faithfully each week in order to cheer her and her love life on.
Born Malik Isaac Taylor, rapper Phife Dawg, a member of the legendary rap group, A Tribe Called Quest, has died at the age of 45.
Steady growth — and what that means both for the future of the Houston Airport System and the City of Houston — was focus when Director of the Houston Airport System Mario Diaz delivered the State of the Airport 2016 address before a full house at the Omni Houston Galleria on Monday, March 21, 2016.
The Houston Symphony pays homage to late rock legend David Bowie during the Summer Series at Jones Hall opener on June 11 in a program featuring the orchestra along with a full, amplified rock band in celebration of the artist’s unforgettable sounds.
River Oaks Park, known affectionately as Pumpkin Park, was established in 1938 on five acres set aside for public use during the development of the River Oaks subdivision.
The City of Houston released the draft Houston Bike Plan for community feedback, the next step in the city's efforts to help make Houston a safer, healthier, and more accessible bicycle-friendly city. The Bike Plan integrates with the ongoing Bayou Greenways project and identifies additional bike facilities to safely access these attractive bikeway corridors from more neighborhoods. Once fully implemented, the plan will triple the existing bikeway miles and provide six times more high comfort bikeways miles than what exists now.
Council Member Travis has submitted a request to use approximately $300,000 of his Council District Service Fund (CDSF) to conduct rehabilitation work on S. Kirkwood Rd.
The J. Frank Jungman Neighborhood Library, located at 5830 Westheimer Rd., is currently undergoing a $6,788,000 major renovation under CIP # E-000047. The library was closed on June 2, 2014, and the project is now several months behind schedule. It is estimated to be within two months of substantial completion. Once the project reaches substantial completion, the building will be turned over to library staff to begin the "make-ready" for opening (moving in and setting up the books, equipment, furniture and computers). Ordinarily, make-ready takes about ten weeks.
The 2016 Houston/Galveston Hurricane Workshop is scheduled for Saturday, May 21, 2016, from 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at the George R. Brown Convention Center in downtown Houston.
As originally scoped by the Department of Public Works & Engineering (PWE), the Gessner Road Paving and Drainage Project, CIP #N-100017, would have widened the existing four lanes of Gessner to six lanes from Buffalo Bayou on the north to Richmond Ave. on the south.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will hold a public hearing on the proposed Loop 610 dedicated bus lane from I-10 (Northwest Transit Center) to Post Oak Blvd. The hearing will be held on Thursday, April 12, 2016, at the TxDOT Houston District Office Auditorium, located at 7600 Washington Ave., Houston, TX 77007. There will be an open house from 5:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M., where displays relating to the project will be available for view by the public, with the public hearing to begin at 6:30 P.M. TxDOT personnel will be available to meet with you prior to the public hearing to answer any questions that you may have or to review the proposed project with you. If you have any questions in the interim, please contact Pat Henry, P.E. at 713-802-5241.
Housing & Community Development 2016 Annual Action Plan Public Hearings Scheduled for March 31 & April 5
The Housing & Community Development Department has scheduled two Public Hearings where the public may comment on the draft 2016 Annual Action Plan. Come see how the City of Houston Housing & Community Development Department has incorporated your input into the 2016 Annual Action Plan.
Reminder: The Memorial Drive Reconstruction Project (Kirkwood to Eldridge) has begun. In order to share the schedule, plans, FAQs, contact information, and other important information with interested persons, Public Works & Engineering will host a public engagement meeting on March 24, 2016, at 6:30 P.M. at BridgePoint Bible Church youth activity room, 13277 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77079.
Harris County Commissioner Gene L. Locke, joined by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, on March 22 officially kicked off Precinct One’s debris removal program minutes before county workers removed illegally dumped trash and boarded up an abandoned house.
Go FarTM Rewards goes beyond traditional credit card rewards programs, offers customers a flexible platform to make the most of their rewards and feel truly rewarded.
The Make-A-Wish foundation sent Drake and Rihanna to visit a devoted young fan in Miami.
Even though Thug dissed him at a recent show, Rich Homie Quan has still got love for his former Rich Gang partner. And he intends to prove it on an upcoming track.