Daily Archives: September 23, 2011

Friday random ten: Gone too soon, again

I heard “Rehab” on the radio the other day, and it got me thinking once again about musicians who left this planet way too soon. 1. Back To Black – Amy Winehouse (1983-2011) 2. Statesboro Blues – The Allman Brothers … Continue reading

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Changes will be coming

Robert Miller has a look at who we know won’t be back in the Lege for 2013. It’s a list that’s sure to get longer – I’m aware of a few more rumored retirements, and there’s already numerous primary challenges … Continue reading

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Eversole expected to take a plea

I don’t think this comes as a surprise to anyone. Harris County Commissioner Jerry Eversole, who on Monday announced his resignation from office, is expected to plead guilty to one count of making a false statement to FBI agents in … Continue reading

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Keep an eye on El Paso

While we celebrate the advancement of civil rights in San Antonio, we must keep in mind that these fights are never truly over. The El Paso City Council voted to extend health insurance to domestic partnerships in 2009, but that … Continue reading

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Where the congestion is

From the On The Move blog: Dallas motorists suffer the most highly congested road conditions in Texas, says a recent report from the Texas Department of Transportation. The state‚Äôs top three bottlenecks are all located in Dallas County, according to … Continue reading

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