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To celebrate 50th anniversary, Houston company touts importance of reading with book giveaway

By Clifford Pugh

John Moore normally makes emergency calls to drain clogs, fix sewers or repair a broken air conditioner at homes and businesses around Houston. But to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the famil ...


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United Airlines Fantasy Flights transport kids to the North Pole and back

By Elizabeth Rhodes

While most children hope to receive a visit from Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, 800 deserving children and their families were able to visit the man himself, along with his many helpers, thanks to U ...


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Cute, hilarious and stunning photos: A look back at Houston's best Pixs of the Day

By Barbara Kuntz

CultureMap has consistently illustrated its articles these past five years with outstanding images from freelancers, contributors, staff and a team of incredibly talented photographers. "Best ...


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No cars: Pedestrians and cyclists occupy Westheimer in Sunday Streets celebration

By Clifford Pugh

There's no doubt that Houston is a city in love with its cars, but for a few hours Sunday, bicyclers and pedestrians ruled a prime stretch of lower Westheimer. Under glorious blue skies on ...


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The most spectacular picture of the Blood Moon reveals the real truths of the phenomenon

By Barbara Kuntz

While most of us were sleeping, the moon turned into a cosmic red ball and glowed rather ominously in the sky in the wee hours this morning as the Blood Moon. And thanks to always-on- ...


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Killer fog: Striking images from the dense gloom that crippled Houston and triggered traffic madness

By Barbara Kuntz

Fog in Houston doesn't come in on "little cat feet," as poet Carl Sandburg most beautifully described this mysterious cloud. Rather, it pounced on the city this Monday morning, ca ...


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Bush-backed books program gives Houston kids the chance to build home libraries

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Everyone owns at least a few books that they will never read or use again, and thanks to Sandra Ahlhorn and Amy Barnes, those books can be reused and loved by children in HISD schools. Just ove ...


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Walk on by: New pedestrian bridge over Buffalo Bayou nears completion

By Clifford Pugh

For years, it's been virtually impossible to cross over Buffalo Bayou without dodging cars as they whiz by within a few inches. But that's changing. As part of a series of improvements alon ...


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Young Houston leaders challenge obesity epidemic with fitness facility in Fifth Ward

By Whitney Radley

After months of learning about different sectors of the city and the issues facing its populace, Leadership Houston Class XXXI was tasked with turning out a project. It was ...


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The cutest baby pictures ever — times six: Inside the Houston sextuplets first birthday party

By Whitney Radley

Last April, just weeks after Texas Children's Hospital Pavilion for Women opened its doors, Lauren and David Perkins of Pearland gave birth to sextuplets: Caroline Grace, Leah Michelle, An ...


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