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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Collin County adopts the budget and property tax rate; Frisco prioritizes development of parks and trails, plus other DFW news

New light fixtures are being installed in the Cannaday Recreation Area near Clark Middle School. The 4-acre park is being redeveloped into a sports training center. A budget of $ 500,000 will provide the neighborhood with an obstacle course similar to that of the television show “American Ninja Warrior”. (Courtesy …

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Austin unemployment rate drops to 3.8% in August

In the latest sign that Austin‘s economic recovery from COVID-19 is continuing, the region’s unemployment rate fell last month to its lowest point since the start of the pandemic. The unemployment rate in the Austin metropolitan area stood at 3.8% in August, according to the Texas Workforce Commission. That’s down …

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LA’s best-kept food secret comes to Dallas

North Texas will be the first market outside SoCal to host an exclusive subscription service – Off The Menu Club – launched September 26 Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.comWhether you’re diving into delicious queso and margaritas at a posh Tex-Mex restaurant or indulging in top-quality beef brisket at an authentic Texan barbecue, …

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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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The 10 Best Patios in Frisco, Texas

When it comes to sorting things out according to most favorite, least favorite, or “best”, I find it hard to do that. If I am asked to quote my favorite song or movie, my answer is: “It actually depends …” I mean, are we talking country or rock? Rom-coms or …

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Brownsdale Bites – Austin Daily Herald

Brownsdale Bites – Austin Daily Herald

Can bad-credit loans affect your credit rating? While it’s true that bad credit can affect your credit score however the impact can be either positive or negative. Negative credit history could result in the rejection of loans. Most lenders don’t check your credit score as well as credit report prior to …

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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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News in brief

Tesla wants to sell electricity to Texans Tesla wants to sell electricity directly to Texas households, according to a request filed with state regulators by its new subsidiary Tesla Energy Ventures. The company, first reported by Texas Monthly, comes as Tesla is already building large energy storage facilities, including one …

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TABC at Texas restaurants: Comply with state vaccine law and we don’t have beef: SB 968 liquor license suspension is “last resort,” agency says of State – News

The dust continues to fall following recent reports that two local restaurants have returned, proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for in-person meals after being informed that such measures violated Texas Senate Bill 968. Following Austin‘s decision earlier this month to Step 5 local precautions in the event of a pandemic, …

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Louise Eiseman was a 91-year-old polished gem

Louise Eiseman, 91, president of Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center, died peacefully of natural causes on August 9 at her home in Preston Hollow, where she had lived for 56 years. I wrote a typical obituary, noting her commercial success, first with her husband, Dick, who died of Parkinson’s disease …

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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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Return of the mask? | Dallas Post

Across the country, schools, businesses and organizations are grappling with whether to demand masks indoors again, as Delta-variant infections once again increase COVID-19 cases, including here in Pennsylvania. The reassessment of mask policies comes after the CDC announced last week that it was recommending that vaccinated and unvaccinated people wear …

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