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Ismaili Muslims spiritual leader visits Houston to celebrate Diamond Jubilee

by Staff Reporter SUGAR LAND, TX – Sunday, March 18, 2018 – His Highness the Aga Khan, Imam (spiritual leader) of

Work from the Heart

Leadership is not one person trying to oversee and direct everyone but a person standing up for his team. – Bob Patel

Houston’s Artist Kartik Trivedi returns after Art Show at Mission City Center of Performing Arts

HOUSTON – For the last six months, Houston’s renowned artist Kartik Trivedi was living in Silicon Valley, Santa Clara, California. Here he exhibited

Oil Prices Stabilizing? Local Station Owners Benefit from Lower Prices

Predicting what will happen with oil prices is a bit like predicting the apocalypse, but there appears to be a level of stability

Students to Compete at 2018 Texas Science and Engineering Fair in San Antonio

AUSTIN, March 21, 2018 – More than 1,200 Texas middle and high school students will present their outstanding projects at the 2018 Texas

Mayor Allen Owen earns UH Public Official of the Year award

MISSOURI CITY – On Friday, March 2, the University of Houston (UH) Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program recognized Mayor Allen Owen as

FBISD Trustee Grayle James participates in Leadership Program

FORT BEND ISD (March 20, 2018) – Grayle James, Fort Bend ISD Trustee, joined 29 other Texas school board members February 28–March 3

The Lives and The Times II

by David Garvin As way of an introductory note, I read and reviewed “The Lives and The Times” by Amit Verma exactly two

Study challenges ‘healthy but obese’ theory

Being overweight or obese does pose a risk of heart disease, despite claims to the contrary, a study of nearly 300,000 British adults

Wearable brain scanner is gamechanger for neural care

by Patrick Galey1 PARIS, France | AFP | 3/21/2018 – British scientists on Wednesday unveiled a next-generation wearable brain scanner that can be