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The forgotten racial history of Red Lobster

Communities around the country are losing cheddar bay biscuits and all-you-can-eat seafood deals as troubled Red Lobster closes around 100 US restaurants, with up to 135 more closures looming.

Texas Children's Advocates Applaud Biden Administration's Expansion of Legal Pathways for Undocumented Spouses and Dreamers

CHILDREN AT RISK celebrates a landmark victory for immigrant families following the Biden Administration's announcement of expanded legal pathways for undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, often referred to as "Dreamers."

Dr. Anthony Fauci says empathy motivated his medical career but an old phrase from high school kept him going

“Don’t let the bastards wear you down.” That phrase, instilled in Dr. Anthony Fauci when he was a student at the Jesuit-run Regis High School in New York City, might as well be the motto of his professional life.

Fredericksburg Food & Wine Festival Unveils Tickets and Lineup for Exciting ‘Preview Week’

The Fredericksburg Food & Wine Festival is gearing up for a spectacular event this year, and the Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce has announced an exciting ‘Preview Week’ packed with curated local culinary and beverage pop-up events. Scheduled from July 22nd …

Surgeon general demands warning label on social media apps

Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said the threat social media poses to children requires urgent action, and he demanded Congress to put a label on the apps as it does with cigarettes and alcohol.

Houston’s Hottest Chicken Spot Introduces “The Panther Special” to Support Prairie View A&M Students

Houston has a new favorite when it comes to hot chicken, and it's not just about the taste. The Red Chickz, which has taken the city by storm since its grand opening in April, is making waves with its community …

Supreme Court Upholds FDA's Regulation of Mifepristone

The Supreme Court unanimously rejected a lawsuit challenging the Food and Drug Administration’s approach to regulating the abortion pill mifepristone with a ruling that will continue to allow the pills to be mailed to patients without an in-person doctor’s visit.

Firehouse Subs' Legendary 'Name of the Day' Promotion Returns for 12 Days of Sub-licious Delight!

Prepare your taste buds, Houston, because Firehouse Subs is bringing back its legendary 'Name of the Day' deal, and it's bigger and tastier than ever before! From June 17th to 28th, immerse yourself in a culinary extravaganza as Firehouse Subs …

Experience the Ultimate Fight Night Watch Party at The Locker Room Sports Bar & Grill

Get ready for an electrifying night at The Locker Room Sports Bar & Grill as they host the highly anticipated Fight Night Watch Party on Saturday, June 15, 2024. Located at 4702 Ennis Street, this Cheers-like neighborhood sports bar near …

Thirteen by James Harden Launches Exciting New Sunday Brunch Menu

Thirteen, the renowned Midtown restaurant founded by NBA All-Star James Harden, is set to unveil its new Sunday Brunch, starting on Father’s Day, June 16, 2024. From 12 PM to 4 PM, guests can enjoy a delectable brunch menu followed …

Historic Health Care Coverage Gains in Minority Communities Under Biden-Harris Administration

The Biden-Harris Administration, through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), has unveiled groundbreaking data demonstrating significant strides in health care coverage among minority communities since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was enacted. This achievement underscores the administration's …

Thriving After The Pandemic: Day 6 Coffee Co. Brews Up Excitement with Second Location Grand Opening in Sugar Land, TX

Day 6 Coffee Co., the beacon of hope and community during the pandemic era, is expanding its footprint with the grand opening of its second location in Sugar Land, TX. Scheduled for Saturday, June 8th, 2024, this event promises a …

First-ever human case of H5N2 bird flu reported in Mexico, WHO says

Even as the United States grapples with an outbreak of H5N1 flu in dairy cattle, the World Health Organization has announced the first known human infection with a different strain, H5N2, in a person in Mexico who died of complications …

Improving Child Welfare to Help Kids Heal and Thrive in Early Education Years

We must ensure they have the nurturing relationships, stable homes, and access to mental health services they need to thrive socially, emotionally, mentally, physically, and academically as they grow and develop.

Loving and Embracing the Differences in Our Youngest Learners

Yet our responsibility to all parents and society at large means we must do more to share insights, especially with underserved and under-resourced communities. The following is some of our best thinking for families embracing the uniqueness of young children …

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