Muse World Tour 2019

Houston is home to a thriving music industry. It’s launched its share of music careers from Clint Black to Beyonce to Blue October and many more. It is home to music venues that are the envy of the world and February 22nd it was host to Muse, who kicked off their world tour. Muse is […]

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Stan The Man

Here’s a short baseball story for your spring break blues:  Written this morning: Scott Holister woke up with a headache.  He used to be what people called a “morning person.”  That was probably because his schedule since he was ten years old was to wake up in the morning and stretch, then a nice long […]

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Handguns and Hurricanes:

or: Natural Disasters…The Case Against Gun Control Crossposted to TheFederalistPapers.org: “The American people can no more meet the demands of today’s world by acting alone than American soldiers could have met the forces of fascism or communism with muskets and militias.” So said President Obama in a recent State of the Union Address.  But in […]

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Winter in the South

As the leaves fall with the gentle breeze and roll down the rooftops to hit the pavement of the sidewalks and patios of the neighborhood, it sounds just like rain. It’s a warm winter evening in houston, texas.  it’s about 70 degrees as we sit and try out our firestarters, rolling paper to make logs […]

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Houston, TX – zone 9

I love gardening.  It inspires me.  It is the closest thing to magic that there is on Earth. One thing I really love about Houston is the ability to garden practically the entire year without stop.  Fall is like the second spring out here.  Time for winter squash, broccoli, carrots and a dozen other plants.  […]

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