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Tastemakers 2015

Houston's best new restaurants: Big surprises in Tastemakers Final Four

By Eric Sandler

Just as it did in the process of winnowing 16 to eight, the second round of the CultureMap Tastemaker Awards Best New Restaurant bracket produced some surprising results. Mark Holley may b ...

The Big Issues

Stickergate hits polling stations: Shortages of "I Voted" stickers raise a ruckus

By Whitney Radley

I took advantage of nonexistent lines during early voting last week and the first thing I did after casting my ballot, of course, was to snap a shot, apply a filter and post my "I Voted" ...

ParksByYou's Get Out the Vote

Join ParksByYou, a local coalition of citizens working to support Prop B (and all city bonds) on the upcoming Nov. 6 vote, for a fun-filled, informative afternoon packed with activities for the who

rockin' the vote

Early voting fever: First day brings record long lines, hour-plus waits and election excitement

By Tyler Rudick

Representative democracy was in full effect throughout the city Monday, as Houston polling locations opened their doors for the first day of early voting. As the lunch hour drew to a close, Cul ...

Not Backing Down

Eric Holder is ready to fight: Jokes about DC, vows to battle Texas voter law in fiery NAACP speech

By Tyler Rudick

After having to reschedule his talk at the NAACP national conference, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder rolled into the George R. Brown Tuesday with a soaring speech concentrating on voting ri ...

In Houston

Don't forget the mission: NAACP worries Romney & Biden duel will overshadow voting rights crusade

By Tyler Rudick

With the addition of Mitt Romney and Joe Biden to its official speaker lineup, the 2012 NAACP convention — which starts Saturday at the George R. Brown — is making national he ...

Letter from Cairo

Cairo Journal: Egyptians get a crash course in democracy and it sure feels good

By Victoria Harper

Saturday was Egypt’s first day of real democracy. We stood in half mile-long lines to vote “yay” or “nay” to a package of constitutional amendments meant to limit pres ...

Your (legit) vote counts

Hack the vote: Final Four Restaurant Challenge thwarts an attempt to game the system

By Sarah Rufca

When we said the contenders in The Big Dance Restaurant Challenge might do anything to win, we had no idea how right we were. The system is designed so voters can cast a ballot o ...

Missing A Step

Bristol Palin practices the wrong type of abstinence

By Caroline Gallay

Bristol Palin may not be able to abstain from premarital sex, but she can certainly resist the allure of early voting. Sarah Palin's daughter told Inside Edition that she didn't send in ...

Get out the vote

Bill White wins 79 percent of the early voting ... in the CulturePoll

By Fayza A. Elmostehi

Can CulturePolls predict the future? Probably not. But the Bill White for Texas campaign already has at least one minor win to celebrate. In last week's CulturePoll, a landsli ...

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