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  • Houston Museum of Natural Science welcomes Texas wildlife with new Farish Hall
    Houston Museum of Natural Science welcomes Texas wildlife with new Farish Hall
    Texas is filled with a world of wonder when it comes to the stock of wildlife packing the state with the most unique variety of animals in nearly every type of environment.At the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the new Farish Hall of Texas...
  • Ron Paul in Dallas
    Ron Paul and libertarians have tasty Lunch Meet in Dallas
    Attention Ron Paul libertarians, free marketeers, private sector entrepreneurs and liberty lovers of all kinds and categories: Dr. Ron Paul will make a one-time noon luncheon appearance in Dallas on Friday, October 31 in the Dallas Ballroom of the...
  • Phil Collins
    Phil Collins' collection of Alamo artifacts arrives home in Texas for donation
    After quite some time away, pieces of the most famous battle in Texas history are back at home this week. On Tuesday, British rock legend and Alamo enthusiast Phil Collins was on hand in San Antonio to personally oversee the arrival of his large...
  • ‘If they won’t vote for us, we won’t let them vote’
    Northeast Texas' first week of early voting indicators and assumptions
    Early voting started on Monday, a week ago, with a little less than a week to go. In northeast Texas, polls were open on Sunday, October 26. Pastors urged their congregations to leave their Sunday morning service and go to the polls to vote, right...
  • Jimmy Carter says states, not feds, should decide fate of gay marriage
    Jimmy Carter says states, not feds, should decide fate of gay marriage
    With the number of states where same-sex marriage is legal rising to 32 plus the District of Columbia, marriage equality in all 50 U.S. states seems to be inevitable. But not everyone feels the federal government should have a say in legalizing...
  • Christina Morris
    Someone knows where Christina Morris is
    It's been nearly 60 days since Christina Morris was last seen, according to this Sunday news report, but her loved ones are still on the search for answers. Meanwhile Texas Equusearch members have continued looking for her while searching for...
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    Hallyu Entertainment Begins Street Team Recruitment, Talks Of Internships
    Texas-based Hallyu Entertainment formally announced recruitment for its street team on Sunday, October 26, 2014. The growing business intends to utilize the marketing tactic to increase brand awareness and unify more Hallyu fans in the four major...
  • Texas Ren Fest 2014
    The Nations's largest Renaissance festival in Texas is in full party mode
    The Texas Renaissance Festival is celebrating its third of eight weekend-run with “All Hallows Eve” as the designated theme this Saturday and Sunday. With record breaking attendances the last two weeks and more events and parties...
  •  Gubernatorial Democratic candidate and Texas State Senator Wendy Davis
    Wendy Davis wants Obama to come to Texas to save her campaign
    Wendy Davis, the Texas state senator and candidate for governor, is not typically one to mince words. To illustrate, a Thursday story in Politico quotes her as saying that she would welcome President Obama coming down to Texas to campaign for her....
  • Obama voter ID
    Obama admits voter ID laws do not suppress voters
    President Obama admitted to the nation on Tuesday that controversial voter ID laws do not suppress the minority vote. The president, speaking in a radio interview, said that the primary reason that minority voters stay away from the polls was...
  • Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days 2014 Brings Together Genre Fans
    Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days 2014 Brings Together Genre Fans
    Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days 2014 wasn’t as hectic an event as May’s monstrous blow-out, but it still provided plenty of fun for attendees. Held back at the familiar Irving Convention Center, it was better organized than in the past...
  • Upcoming plagiarism case at Southern Methodist University's Center for Presidential History?
    Sexism, plagiarism in academia: The case at Southern Methodist University
    The mistreatment of a female writer might turn into a possible case of plagiarism at Southern Methodist University's Center for Presidential History in Dallas, Texas in their Election 2004 project. SMU's Presidential History Center has...
  • Darren Vann
    Indiana serial killer may be one of America's most prolific
    Detectives are on the hunt for more victims after the bodies of seven women have been found -- and all of them surround one single man. Darren Vann is accused of being a serial killer, and he may have been active over a span of 20 years in at...
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurses
    CDC changes Ebola guidelines
    Under fire for the handling of the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in America, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Monday changes to its current Ebola guidelines, including better training, oversight and...
  • Ebola is no joke in Texas
    Ebola is no joke in Texas
    Comedians, radio and talk show hosts and even television and movies going back to the early 1970’s have joked about the dreaded Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever.When Political Correctness was less than its own current epidemic, comedians thought...