With a booming real estate market and its resultant high prices, people who want to live in the area are starting to think outside the box during their house hunting.
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When Scarborough High School, under the direction of the Houston Independent School District, put an official end to its Architecture program two weeks ago, there were only three students in the school’s Principles of Architecture class. “It was here when I started,” said Scarborough High School’s Principal Dr. Diego Linares, who came on board in […]
The Flying Saucer Pie Company’s Bill Leeson could teach us all a lesson about work ethic. In his 70s, Leeson normally works from 5 a.m.-2 p.m. But during November and December, when his pie company does the lion’s share of its business – selling 21,000 pies in three days during Thanksgiving weekend – he pulls all-nighters with other staff, getting there around midnight and working straight through the morning. And he’s been at it since the 1960s.
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Dead deer may be the least of our problems, so let’s look at this changing situation and figure out what to do about it. We all know that Texas’ population is growing like deer – by leaps and bounds. Texas added more residents last year over the previous year than any other state.