Daily Archives: March 4, 2012

Weekend link dump for March 4

It’s madness, I tell you. Here’s the best argument I’ve ever seen for wearing tight, revealing clothes. Pinterest may need to emulate YouTube to ward off copyright issues. You would think that the Mets would have bigger things to worry … Continue reading

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Though they fell short at the end, the boys of Beren Academy had a remarkable and unforgettable basketball season, and I congratulate them. They rested. They reflected. And once the sun set on the Jewish Sabbath, the Beren Academy Stars … Continue reading

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City to settle Ashby lawsuit

Another saga draws to a close. Mayor Annise Parker has sent a letter to residents of the Southampton area saying the city has no legal basis to stop developers from building the controversial Ashby high-rise as outlined in their 2009 … Continue reading

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Millions more Texans will have health insurance under the Affordable Care Act

Can’t happen soon enough. The percentage of Texans with health insurance will increase to 91 percent – up from 74 percent today – after the national health care law takes effect in 2014, the state’s Medicaid director told lawmakers Monday. … Continue reading

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The five female ADs of local school districts

Nice story, with a bit of a lesson in it. The Houston, Katy, Klein, New Caney and Spring Branch districts all for the first time employ women as athletic directors, reflecting a new model, if not necessarily a new path, … Continue reading

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