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12 Houston restaurants named to Texas Monthly's "The Best Texas Restaurants in Every City" list
Entertainment
Published in 24-6-2019
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"Sit down at a table in any of these restaurants, and you can expect what we like to call a "big-deal meal"and, in some cases, a real adventure," Texas Monthly reported.

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Rainbow on the Green kicks off Pride weekend in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 24-6-2019
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"Drag Race" star Chad Michaels and duo OneUp from "The Voice" were among the entertainment.

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Colleen Ballinger and Miranda Sings bring 'Who Wants My Kid?' to Houston
Entertainment
Published in 24-6-2019
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The YouTube turned real-world superstar deals with motherhood this time.

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Toast opens Saturday in Sugar Land
Entertainment
Published in 24-6-2019
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Owners of Grove Do-Nuts in Richmond bring their new breakfast, brunch and lunch concept to Sugar Land

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Twenty One Pilots brings 'Bandito Tour' back to Houston
Entertainment
Published in 24-6-2019
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A sold-out crowd jammed Toyota Center Friday night as Twenty One Pilots brought its "Bandito Tour" to Houston.

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Pride, Twenty One-Pilots and slabs punctuate fun Houston weekend (June 21-23)
Entertainment
Published in 24-6-2019
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The sun may have been burning a bit too hot for some, but that didn't stop thousands of Houstonians from the multitude of events happening over the weekend.

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Gee whiz: Testing of sewage confirms rise in marijuana use
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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SEATTLE (AP) The proof is in the pee.

A federally funded study has confirmed, not surprisingly, that marijuana use went up in Washington state after its first legal pot stores opened in 2014. In fact, consumption appeared to double, at least in one major city, over three years a conclusion scientists reached by way of the unglamorous work of analyzing raw sewage.

"It's stin ...>>

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EU leaders fail to agree on 2050 climate goal
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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BRUSSELS (AP) European Union leaders failed Thursday to back a plan to make the bloc's economy carbon neutral by 2050 in spite of promises to protesters across the continent to fight harder against climate change.

Ahead of a U.N. meeting in the fall, the proposal was relegated to a non-binding footnote in the final statement of Thursday's summit of EU leaders in Brussels.

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California Assembly committee backs vaccine exemption law
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) A California Assembly committee backed new rules for vaccination exemptions on Thursday following a raucous, hours-long hearing in the midst of a national measles outbreak and renewed scrutiny of immunization policies.

The 9-2 vote showed support among lawmakers for a modified version of legislation that has spurred heated debate. But the vote also showed divisio ...>>

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Restaurants could be 1st to get genetically modified salmon
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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NEW YORK (AP) Inside an Indiana aquafarming complex, thousands of salmon eggs genetically modified to grow faster than normal are hatching into tiny fish. After growing to roughly 10 pounds (4.5 kilograms) in indoor tanks, they could be served in restaurants by late next year.

The salmon produced by AquaBounty are the first genetically modified animals approved for human consumption in ...>>

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Mother sperm whale and baby dead in fishing net off Italy
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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MILAN (AP) A mother sperm whale and its baby have died after becoming tangled in a fishing net in the Tyrrhenian Sea off Italy's western coast, an Italian environmental group has reported.

The Marevivo group said the Italian Coast Guard had responded to the sighting and surmised that the mother, which measured 6 meters (nearly 20 feet), died while trying to free its baby. They were ...>>

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UK study shows seal singing 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star'
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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LONDON (AP) Researchers in Scotland say gray seals can copy the sounds of human words and songs including "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."

The study by University of St. Andrews researchers showed that three trained seals were able to imitate parts of popular tunes.

The research team's findings were published Thursday, including video footage of the seals. The study gave th ...>>

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UK lawmaker suspended after ejecting protester from gala
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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LONDON (AP) British Prime Minister Theresa May's office suspended Foreign Office Minister Mark Field on Friday while an investigation takes place into his treatment of a climate change protester at the gala Mansion House dinner.

The City of London Police, the Cabinet Office and the governing Conservative Party are all looking into the incident that took place Thursday night at the ...>>

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Study: Lethal plastic trash now common in Greece's whales
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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ATHENS, Greece (AP) A study of whales and dolphins that have washed up dead in Greece over a 20-year period has found alarmingly high levels of plastic trash mostly bags in the animals' stomachs, which can condemn them to a slow and painful death.

In the worst case, a researcher said Friday, a 5.3-meter (17-foot) young sperm whale beached on the Aegean island of Mykonos had swall ...>>

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Emaciated polar bear found in Russia taken for treatment
Technology
Published in 24-6-2019
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MOSCOW (AP) An emaciated polar bear seen roaming around an industrial city in Russia far south of its normal sea ice hunting grounds is being transported to a zoo for examination and treatment.

The bear was spotted earlier this week in Norilsk, a city of 175,000 people that above the Arctic Circle but 400 kilometers (250 miles) inland from the sea ice polar bears normally hunt on.

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