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REMINDER
REMINDER

Hey, you shotgunners! A reminder that there is space for 4 more teams in Tuesday’s Clay Shoot to benefit Camp Hope and the P-T-S-D Foundation. It’s at the Greater Houston Gun...

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SPORTING CLAYS FOR CAMP HOPE
SPORTING CLAYS FOR CAMP HOPE

We often tell you about Camp Hope , the home and treatment facility for American veterans suffering from P-T-S-D.  Our own Michael Berry has been the driving force in that, drawing on...

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COLUMBIA
COLUMBIA

We’ve been focused on the February 1 Iowa Caucuses in this critical Presidential election year.  But February 1 st always brings to my mind a President who led us when the unthinkable...

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LEAP YEAR
LEAP YEAR

I’m leaping ahead of myself here, to remind (in case you have some plans or maybe you want to run) that in one month we will see another February 29 th , Leap Day of Leap Year 2016....

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CHALLENGER CENTERS
CHALLENGER CENTERS

The grief of our country, 30 years ago, is still memorable.  For those of us in Houston, who knew the astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger , it was a personal loss too.  For...

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ZOO BABIES
ZOO BABIES

Always makes me happy and right with the world to see the new babies of the New Year…and that applies to zoo babies too!  So who is it this year?  January.  That’s her...

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PERSPECTIVE
PERSPECTIVE

While the debate rolls on the lack of diversity in the Oscar nominations, some perspective on deadly racism on a global scale. January 27 is the date designated by the United Nations to...

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TIN HALL
TIN HALL

I t will be relegated to memory now….or collectability.  Tin Hall is on the auction block.  The dance hall and gathering spot that began in 1889 is closed and the auction of...

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K9s4COPS AGAIN!
K9s4COPS AGAIN!

I’ve told you before about the fantastic Houston charity called K9s4COPS.  It was the brainchild of a local woman with a big heart Kristi Schiller, who saw the grief of a local officer...

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Eyes to the Sky
Eyes to the Sky

 It isn’t uncommon to have my head in the clouds, lose myself in the fog….that’s been pretty thick around here lately, btw….but why is that always happening when I...

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