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The best College GameDay signs from Penn State
Sports
Published in 21-10-2017
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ESPN's College GameDay was at Penn State this week as the No. 2 Nittany Lions play host to No. 19 Michigan.

One of the great things about Michigan is head coach Jim Harbaugh, who on top of being a football guy is also kind of weird sometimes.

Among all the signs in Happy Valley, there were several poking fun at the Wolverines' coach.

Reference: www.chron.com
Gameday Live: College football on Saturday
Sports
Published in 21-10-2017
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You can follow along with all the action with our writers who will be tweeting updates from the games they're covering below.

Reference: www.chron.com
Smith: Astros, Altuve regain swagger as they force Game 7
Sports
Published in 21-10-2017
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Actually, Altuve sounded like he almost always does: Upbeat, optimistic, energized, focused, dedicated ...

Reference: www.chron.com
Rockets unsure on Chris Paul's return
Sports
Published in 21-10-2017
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A day after Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni said guard Paul was "day-to-day" with hopes he could play on Monday, D'Antoni acknowledged on Saturday that might have been overly optimistic given the team's determination that they hold out Paul until his bruised left knee is considered 100 percent.

Reference: www.chron.com
Playoff-bound Dynamo seek more in regular season finale
Sports
Published in 21-10-2017
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Now that they have accomplished the major goal in coach Wilmer Cabrera's first year, however, they're hunting for more.

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A.J. Jacobs is a walking social experiment
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
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The best-selling author returns to Houston (his first visit was postponed by Hurricane Ike) to read at the Jewish Community Center's Book and Arts Fair.
Reference: www.chron.com
Molly Ivins: Houston's favorite liberal
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
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"Molly Ivins was far more complicated than it seems from the mug shot on the cover of the book, with her thousand-watt smile and wide-open face,” Bill Minutaglio said
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Local book events for the week of Nov. 22
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
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Local book events for the week of Nov. 22
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Local book events for the week of Nov. 29
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
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Local book events for the week of Nov. 29
Reference: www.chron.com
Looking at Texas' flag through a unique lens
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
    526 Visits
Between 2002 and 2007, former Houston Chronicle photographer E. Joe Deering captured images of the iconic Texas state flag almost anywhere you can imagine.
Reference: www.chron.com
Local book events for the week of Dec. 13
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
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Local book events for the week of Dec. 13
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Theater books celebrate America's cultural treasures
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
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Winter is a fine time to curl up with a good book. For theater lovers, books on their pet topic have the added advantage of stirring warm memories of favorite plays, players and performances.
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Book urges readers to follow the path to happiness
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
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If you want to get happy in your relationships with others, take a cue from Buddha, Jesus or Moses. That's what Rick Hanson does in his new book.
Reference: www.chron.com
Perry left out of Bush book praising some top Texans
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
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Scholars say George W. Bush's decisions about which people to include - and omit - in his memoir reflect both the declining importance of Texas political figures during the Bush presidency and recurring tensions between his team and several high-profile Texans.
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Four counties' libraries read one book
Energy
Published in 20-10-2017
    207 Visits
After an earthquake tears through an unnamed American city, nine people are stranded in a basement visa and passport office. To avoid panicking over the rising water in the confined space, each member of this diverse, all-ages group tells a story about "one amazing thing" in his or her life. "In these fragmented and fast-moving times, it is quite rare for us to have a communal cultural experienc ...>>
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