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Uber's threat to leave and a new pizza shop top this week's headlines

Uber's threat to leave and a new pizza shop top this week's headlines

Houston Texans cheerleader Antonieta
Texans cheerleader Antonieta shows off her fighting skills. Courtesy photo
PI Pizza Lee Ellis Anthony Calleo Cherry Pie Hospitality
Lee Ellis will work with Pi Pizza's Anthony Calleo to open a brick and mortar location of the popular food truck. Photo by Eric Sandler
UberLUX lux black car luxury vehicle ride sharing service 2015
Uber could leave Houston unless the city changes certain regulations. Courtesy of Uber
Kuma Buger Greenway Plaza
Kuma Burger in Greenway Plaza made our list of exciting new burger options. Photo by Eric Sandler
The Webster house party 4/16 Laure Heriard Dubreuil, Allison Sarofim
Allison Sarofim showed her friend Laure Heriard Dubreuil how Houston parties. Courtesy of The Webster
Houston Texans cheerleader Antonieta
PI Pizza Lee Ellis Anthony Calleo Cherry Pie Hospitality
UberLUX lux black car luxury vehicle ride sharing service 2015
Kuma Buger Greenway Plaza
The Webster house party 4/16 Laure Heriard Dubreuil, Allison Sarofim

Editor's note: It's time to recap the most popular stories on CultureMap from this past week:

1. Uber threatens exit over fingerprint rules, Mayor says no compromise on public safety. After the technology company published a letter threatening to exit the Houston market unless regulations regarding background checks are amended, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner fired back.  

2. Popular pizza truck gets a brick and mortar home thanks to newly launched restaurant group. Pi Pizza Truck will realize its long-standing goal of opening a brick and mortar restaurant thanks to Lee Ellis's newly launched company, Cherry Pie Hospitality.

3. Houston Texans cheerleader shares her secrets for staying fit and her playlist. Antonieta practices the styles of Muay Thai and Krav Maga to help her stay in shape for game day, and her playlist of workout favorites will keep anyone motivated.

4. Houston's newest burgers feature serious chef talent and genius ingredients. Oxheart isn't usually associated with hamburgers, but one of the restaurant's former sous chefs has a new restaurant that's making a splash in Greenway Plaza's food court.

5. River Oaks Boulevard mansion plays host to some of the chicest parties in town. When the owner of The Webster comes to town, her visit must be acknowledged with a bash at the River Oaks mansion of billionaire money manager Fayez Sarofim.