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Big Sean I Decided Tour

Big Sean kicked off his I Decided Tour last night in Houston at the Revention Music Center. Houston was the first city of the tour and he sure did open it up with a bang. 18818

Justin Bua visits Houston

  World-renown artist, Justin Bua, showing of his art skills at the Houston Fine Arts Museum last Friday! — Insight HouChron (@insight_chron) February 27, 2017 World-renown artist, Justin Bua was at the Houston Fine Arts Museum last Friday giving a free lecture about his stylistic drawings of human proportions. Bua gave a lecture

North west Harris County drug bust

  Juston Dew, 21, and Octivous Williams, 25 both arrested this week after authorities seized a large amount of drugs and weapons from their residence in NW Harris County. Authorities recovered 83 pounds of THC, 264 ounces of promethazine and codeine, also 26 bars of Xanax and 14 pounds of marijuana. In

The Houston Zoo’s Lion Dead

  ( Photo taken by Stephanie Adams at the Houston Zoo) The Houston Zoo's Wild Life Parks  famous exhibit - the lion enclosure, suffered a tragic loss on September 14th, 2016. The medical staff at the zoo reported that Johnathan, a 18-year old male lion, was suffering from a massive blood clot that drastically

Not Black Friday, But Crazy Friday!

By: Ixchel Perez   A line waits outside the Fry's Houston store at 6am on Black Friday. I finally went Crazy Friday shopping for the first time this year; it was a great experience. I did not camp outside the store like the other people did, but I did wake up early in

Houston’s Original Greek Festival

Baklava Loukoumades Photos from By: Helen Lu This weekend, Houston’s Original Greek Festival allowed attendees to take in the culture of one of the largest Greek Orthodox communities in the United States. Starting on Thursday and running through Sunday, the smell of smoked souvlaki flowed through the streets near the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral

Montrose Houston Fire: Day 2 Update.

Around 12:30pm on Tuesday afternoon, a new $50 million apartment complex that was under construction in midtown Houston caught fire. Within minutes, wind caused the flames to escalate to a 5-alarm fire and several fire trucks, with over 200 firefighters, had to rush to the scene. "When our units arrived, there