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Lady Gaga Joanne World Tour

Around this time last year, I managed to get some tickets to Lady Gaga’s sold out Houston show. After waiting for hours in the online waiting room, I finally got tickets. The concert would be for a year later. Flash forward to one year and Sunday I went to the

You must defend the internet!!

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is planning on voting to dismantle something will affect majority of people, net neutrality. While might be popping up on every one of your social media feeds, whether it’s from companies such as Google and Amazon or from friends and families. It is something that

Blue October at Revention

To start off, Revention Music Center is a complex venue for media like us. I’d been only to the venue a few times, but this time was probably the most difficult. We had to wait hours to get our press passes and tickets to go in and then we had

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp

As a huge Nintendo fan and phone addict, the arrival of Animal Crossing Pocket Camp could not have come sooner enough for the Android release. The game starts off with the beloved dog character, KK asking for kind of camping experience you would like, odd question but the choice is

Fear Us Women

“When I went there I would tell people I’m not going there to kill anyone, I’m going there to help people.” In 2014, Hanna Bohman decided to make a decision that would change the rest of her life. Leaving the safety from her Canada home and after seeing the pain

Australia says yes!

On November 15, 2017, Australia said yes to same-sex marriage, opening the door to LGBTQA+ Australians to marriage equality. With almost 62 percent of registered voters in Australia approving the movement for marriage equality has shown progressive movement for the LGBT community. Despite anti-marriage equality propaganda being spread with Nazi

The Glamour and Romance of Oscar de la Renta

The Glamour and Romance of Oscar de la Renta is the Museum of Fine Arts' first monographic costume show, meaning that it’s their first show to feature garments from a single artist. It follows an exhibition which ran last year, titled Oscar de la Renta: The Retrospective, from the De Young

Power outage in Pearland

It has been informed that on Monday, November 13, 2017, Center Point Energy reported an incident of a power outage in Pearland, Texas. Between 5,700 and 6,000 costumers were without power. A power outage can either be a short-term or a long-term loss of the electric power in Pearland. Although there

Houston Astros Celebratory Parade

After the orange and blue confetti that rained down the streets blew away, we’re still left in the aftermath of a huge win for the whole city. I can’t say that all of the confetti is gone, since a few days after I drove down the roads and seen the

World Cup: Goals and Woes

As the World Cup draws closer, the qualification matches are coming to an end. It's been a wild pairs of weeks in the western hemisphere, especially the CONCACAF being close in Standings. The teams in these federation have fought long and hard the past three years but a few will

Scalp moisture

Tip #3: Scalp moisture! Moisture isn’t just important for your strands. It’s important for your scalp, too! Having a dry, itchy, or flaky scalp is a no-no. If you suffer from an itchy scalp, try switching up your shampoo. Maybe a shampoo with tea tree oil would work best for you. If

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