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For the love of chai

by Ranjani Ranjendra What is the one thing that keeps most of us going on a long, tiring day? Endless cups

Dubai hosts largest regional contemporary art expo

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates | AFP | Tuesday 3/14/2017 – Dubai on Tuesday prepared to open its 11th annual art fair, billed as

10-year-old South Asian appointed as Houston’s Inaugural Young Ambassador

Yash Semlani, son of Indian parents Gauri and Chanakya Semlani, was appointed as Houston’s Inaugural Young Ambassador by Mayor Turner at an event

Goswami Academy celebrates third anniversary

Celebrating its third anniversary, Goswami Academy, hosted an Open House on Saturday, March 11. Neighbors, interested parents, friends and devotees joined

Mayor Turner renews call for local companies to hire Houston youth

HOUSTON – With the March 27 deadline to sign up just around the corner, Mayor Sylvester Turner called on Houston corporations

TSU engineering major named Apple HBCU Scholar

HOUSTON – Samuel Kanu, Electrical/Computer Engineering and Mathematics major, has been selected to join the Apple HBCU Scholars program. Kanu was one of

Every SLP student is a success story

Carol Appelbaum founded the Sugar Land Prep, middle and high school in 2009 inspired by her daughter a bright and hardworking student. SLP

Depression, alcohol and marijuana linked to later use of synthetic marijuana among teens

GALVESTON – In the first prospective study of synthetic cannabinoids or SCs – the group of chemicals that mimic the effects

The Dirty Dozen: supermarkets’ most contaminated produce

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Whether you’re an environmentalist, a parent or just a shopper, chances are you’ve walked down the produce aisle at the

Sensory links between autism and synesthesia pinpointed

LONDON | AFP | Tuesday 3/14/2017 Concrete links between the symptoms of autism and synaesthesia have been discovered and clarified for the first