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Texans quit jobs faster than workers in nearly every other state, September data show

According to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Texans nearly lead the country in quitting their jobs, only following Californians in total number of job quits. The Texans left about 439,000 jobs in September, against 443,000 jobs in California and more than double that of New York, third …

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CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Plano ISD postpones opening of Robinson Fine Arts Center; Cypress Christian School to move to Bridgeland in 2025 and more news

Plano ISD’s Robinson Fine Arts Center grand opening has been postponed (William C. Wadsack / Community Impact Newspaper) Take a look at the five trending stories across Community impact journalcoverage areas in Texas through December 13. Note: The following stories were posted December 9-12. Dallas-Fort Worth Plano ISD postpones opening …

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New West Side BBQ Restaurant On Da Tracks opens

CHARLESTON, Virginia (AP) – Octavia Cordon thought she had seen all of her husband Cam’s dreams of independence. He had plenty of ideas. One was to buy an RV, dump it, and convert it into a food truck. It did not work. Then came the henhouse. “I saw this thing …

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Texas Hill Country Vacation Getaways in Fredericksburg

Take your Christmas spectacle and shopping on the road this year to explore and experience the perfect German Christmas destination, Fredericksburg in the Texas Hill Country, west of Austin. Looking for a special vacation getaway? Fredericksburg, Texas offers over a month of holiday cheer with its 26 feet tall German …

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Houston’s Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2021 restaurant guide

Serving everything from sumptuous multi-course meals to Christmas Day steak, noodles and pasta, these Houston restaurants are open for dinner on Christmas Eve and / or Christmas Day. Christmas Eve The Café & Bar Annie, 1800 Post Oak Make reservations for Christmas Eve brunch or dinner, with regular brunch and …

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Houston’s Pappas Restaurants Demand San Antonio Favorite Papa’s Burgers to Change Names | Flavor | San Antonio

click on the picture Facebook / Papa’s Burgers Papa’s Burgers of San Antonio received a cease and desist letter from Pappas Burger of Houston. Just when we thought we had overtaken last year’s signature beef between rival San Antonio burgers, local favorite Papa’s Burgers was drawn into a new name-based …

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Galveston’s Dickens on Strand resumes after pandemic hiatus

Galveston town center was teeming with a mix of fiddlers, fake snow and suffragettes as hundreds walked around on Sunday, the last day of the Dickens on the Strand festival. The three-day event transforms part of the city’s downtown into a Victorian landscape, with the sound of bagpipes and the …

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Famous Dallas Designer Comes Down to Houston Farm for Hottest Brunch

What: Recipe For Success Foundation “Fashion in the Fields” brunch with Lele sadoughi Or: Recipe for success‘Farms of Hope PC moment: Who wouldn’t be thrilled to spend a midday party with the famous Dallas-native fashion designer? So a cheerful crowd of women showed up in chic farm girl dresses and …

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On 25th Anniversary of Opening, Owner of Texas Borders Reflects Area Growth

When Kellie Messer opened Texas Borders Bar & Grill in Katy 25 years ago, the bustling neighborhood around Fry Road and Interstate 10 was an open field. There was no Katy Mills Mall, no LaCenterra, and no Grand Parkway. In the quarter-century of opening Texas Borders, Katy has seen astronomical …

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Frenzy of limited-edition articles in this Fort Worth Restaurant News

This Fort Worth restaurant news roundup has a countdown. Most of the items featured here – whether they’re special menus or winter-themed drinks – are only available for a limited time. Run if you have to before you run out. Here’s what’s happening in the restaurant news in Fort Worth: …

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In a Mineral Wells in full rebirth, there is something in the water

MINERAL WELLS – You remember “The Shining”, don’t you? Houston’s Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall and their baby boy Danny – all three alone for the winter in a remote old hotel in the Rockies while “All Work and No Play” Nicholson drives himself crazy trying to write a novel? They …

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Alice Waters helps museum meet the tastes of art lovers

LOS ANGELES – As the Hammer Museum comes out of closure from last year’s pandemic, it has assembled a list of big names who it hopes will draw crowds to its campus down the street from the l ‘University of California at Los Angeles: Cézanne, Manet, Monet, Toulouse-Lautrec. And the …

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The 10 best menudo bowls in Mexican restaurants in San Antonio

To understand the menudo is to appreciate its smell. Mexican stew made with cow’s stomach, hominy, chili peppers and beef broth smells like a day’s work in a denim shirt. It smells like a stockyard alley. And in the words of an old friend from San Antonio, it smells like …

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Thanksgiving 2021 Grocery Guide: Open or Closed

For some of us, this is the first year since the start of the pandemic that we can host a house full of loved ones or go to Grandma’s house for her famous cornbread dressing. In our excitement we are forced to forget something, whether it is the jellied cranberry …

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The best things to do during Thanksgiving week: November 22-28, 2021

Uptown Holiday Lighting | Photo courtesy of Uptown Make the most of your week with our top 12 picks and activities during Thanksgiving Week in Houston from Monday, November 22 through Sunday, November 28, 2021. Scroll below to see some great things happening in Houston from Monday, November 22 through …

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HISD responds to student walkout, Whitmire runs for town hall, police investigate restaurant robbery

HOUSTON (KIAH) – Here’s what you missed on Eyewitness News at 9 here on CW39 Houston. HISD reassigns staff to Madison HS after students walk out Skyeye 13 was outside Madison High School in southwest Houston on Thursday morning as hundreds of students withdrew amid allegations of harassment from some …

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Opening of a Daiquiri store in Conroe; Korean Hot Dog Opening at Cy-Fair and Other Houston Area Business News

Candy Shack Daiquiris will open in spring 2022 in Conroe. (Courtesy of Candy Shack Daiquiris) Read the top business news from last week in the Houston area. Conroe-Montgomery Candy Shack Daiquiris will open in Conroe Candy Shack Daiquiris will open in spring 2022 in Conroe, according to founder James McGhee. …

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19-Pound Chocolate Turkeys at this Rice Village Base Take Holiday Feelings to New Levels

Willy Wonka and her chocolate factory have nothing on The Chocolate Bar in Houston’s Rice Village. Talented chocolatiers, surely contenders for a Food Newtwork contest, are as busy as Santa’s elves these days making mega chocolate turkeys for Thanksgiving. Chocolate turkeys? Scrumdiddlyumptious, yes! The Chocolate Bar has been making these …

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We’re hiring an Eater editor in Houston

Eater is seeking an experienced Journalist and Editor to oversee Eater Houston, one of its flagship publications. The person in this role will have a keen sense of the culture of Houston and the surrounding area, the communities that weave its unique fabric, and how social issues intersect with the …

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Bulgarian catering workers protest new COVID-19 pass rule

SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) – Thousands of restaurateurs, chefs, waiters and bartenders took to the streets in cities across Bulgaria on Thursday to protest the government’s decision to impose a mandatory COVID-19 health pass on all people seeking to enter indoor entertainment venues. Restaurant and hotel associations organized the demonstration, calling …

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Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers arrive at Tomball; Shipley Do-Nuts Opens New Stafford Location & More Houston Area Information

Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers plans to begin construction on its Tomball location in November. (Courtesy of Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers) Read the latest business and community news in the Greater Houston area. Tomball-Magnolia Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers to Open Tomball Restaurant The quick and casual restaurant specializes …

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Catfish festival draws thousands to Conroe

October 9, 2021Update: October 9, 2021 12:26 p.m. 1of8 Sarah May, left, screams as she rides the Wacky Worm with her daughter, Eva, during the Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival on Saturday, October 9, 2021, in Conroe. Jason Fochtman / Personal PhotographerShow moreShow less 2of8 Visitors take in dance performances at …

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How Hawaii Restaurants Handle Vaccination Mandates

As a newly opened restaurant that is still streamlining its cuisine, the recently introduced COVID-19 vaccination policies for diners and food workers on four islands in Hawaii receive decidedly mixed reviews. The mayors who created the new rules say they could change or eliminate them later this fall, if public …

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Florida investor buys Heights apartment portfolio

A billionaire Florida buyer bought a pair of recently built mid-size apartments in the heights. Cardone Capital, an Aventura, Florida-based investment firm headed by Grant Cardone, purchased 15th Street Flats, at 1414 N. Shepherd Drive, and Heights Waterworks, at 515 W. 20th St. The seller was the developer. Alliance Residential. …

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Best Of Houston® 2021: Best Coffee

Best Coffee: Tenfold Coffee Company There are coffee shops in Houston, then there is Tenfold Coffee Company. After a decade of working as a coffee professional in Seattle and Melbourne, Jacob Ibarra, originally from Houston, returned to Bayou City and opened this cafe, lab, and roast with the goal of …

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Hangar Kitchen: great food in a hidden gem

I don’t often find myself on the south side of our city, so many of its dining establishments are unknown to me. With my daughter who attends the University of Houston, I started exploring restaurants within a 15 minute drive of campus. One of those restaurants was La Cantina de …

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Bravo’s Top Chef for next season in Houston

If the world weren’t already familiar with the gastronomic and gastronomic glories of Houston, it would be: Bravo’s “Top Chef” arrives in Bayou City. NBC / Universal, Bravo’s parent company, and Houston First confirmed on Tuesday that television’s biggest chef contest will take place in Houston for season 19, which …

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Top 10 sandwich shops and places

Best sandwiches in Houston – Photo by Monteverdo Barnsley on Unsplash The most popular sandwiches in Houston Whether you crave a Mexican torta, a classic po’boy, a chicken club, or a grilled cheese, a sandwich is always a great choice for a quick and filling meal with lots of flavor. …

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Fall is the time for the Houston Astros to wake up

The leaves change color and begin to fall. The temperature, after months of surreal summer saturation, finally drops and becomes bearable again. Morning sunlight is different. Early evening sunsets often shine, golden and red. And you know what’s coming next. Astros. Astros. Astros. This special time of year is almost …

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University of Houston study finds disparity in product quality and safety in low-income versus high-income communities

HOUSTON – Researchers at the University of Houston said that Houstonians living in low-income, urban neighborhoods have a higher risk of getting gastrointestinal illnesses, likely related to the lettuce they buy at grocery stores in their neighborhood. community. The findings, published Thursday in the Food Protection Journal, focus on the …

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QB Tyler Shough ready for expected debut

As Texas Tech offensive coordinator Sonny Cumbie addressed a semicircle of reporters on an August afternoon after practice, the training grounds were empty except for five players – Tyler Shough throwing passes to four receivers, including a few. There was nothing new about this scene. Dalton Rigdon had witnessed this …

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Houston’s Farmers Market Lady – New MKT Sunset Market is just entrepreneur Casey Barbles’ latest creation

When Casey Barbles launched Heights Mercantile Farmers Market in 2019 after overcoming several debilitating and life-threatening health issues, she modestly assumed it would be a once a month, maybe forever, farmers market. Two years later, the woman with a master’s degree in clinical and functional nutrition found herself at the …

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