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FEMA website consolidates resources for governments, nonprofits, survivors

Hurricane Harvey Recovery Portal highlights information about grants, housing and training

Texas communities will find a wide range of support at FEMA’s centralized online resource for governments, nonprofits and Hurricane Harvey survivors working on their long-term recovery.

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EBONY Magazine Announces Its EBONY Power 100 List

Hollywood and the music industry take a bow with iconic entertainment honorees including Drake, Cardi B, Travis Scott, Zoë Kravitz and Black Panther

Trailblazers from the political world and today’s crusading activists include Barack and Michelle Obama; lawmakers Stacey Abrams, Andrew Gillum, Keisha Lance Bottoms and London Breed; and #MeToo founder Tarana Burke

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Corporate income tax can be revitalized, say Baker Institute experts

The tax cuts passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump last year offer a starting point offer for revitalizing the corporate income tax (CIT), according to experts at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.

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Become Enchanted with the Larger Than Life - Magical Winter Lights November 16th – January 6th

The 2018 Magical Winter Lights (MWL) will return to light up the night and captivate guests this holiday season at Gulf Greyhound Park in La Marque, TX from November 16, 2018, to January 6, 2019, including Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. This multicultural light festival covers 20 acres and encompasses more than six million lights, plus Chinese acrobats, carnival activities, themed lantern displays, and so much more.

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Houston Early Music Celebrates the Holidays with An Elizabethan Christmas

– Now in its 50th season, Houston Early Music continues its anniversary celebration with An Elizabethan Christmas performed by Parthenia, A Consort of Viols featuring soprano Sherezade Panthaki.

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Houston Native Serves with U.S. Navy Helicopter Squadron in San Diego

A 2010 Channel View High School graduate and Houston native is serving in the U.S. Navy with Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Weapons School Pacific at Naval Station North Island in Coronado, California.

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Where I’ve Been: An Evening with Christina Wells

America’s Got Talent semi-finalist and powerhouse vocalist Christina Wells is bringing her talents back to her hometown on Sunday, October 21 at the Historic Majestic Metro in Downtown Houston for her celebratory Homecoming Show. Wells and her band will perform live in concert for a special performance that Christina calls, “a love letter to Houston”. The evening will include performances of I Know Where I’ve Been and I Am Changing, songs which brought her national attention on the America’s Got Talent stage this summer. For tickets, click here.

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Houston-Based Mattress Firm Launches Exclusive Houston Texans Mattress Line

The Houston Texans and Mattress Firm are thrilled to announce a new product line dedicated to Texans fans. Fans can purchase the exclusive Houston Texans product line from all 106 Mattress Firm stores in Greater Houston. In partnership with the Mattress Firm, the Houston Texans are working to make sure super fans are getting the best night sleep for an unbeatable value.

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Houston BCycle Rides Will Be Free During Astros' Upcoming Homestand

Houston BCycle will offer free rides from each of its 72 stations throughout the Astros' upcoming ALCS homestand, which stretches from Tuesday, October 16th, through Thursday, October 18th.

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Trump Has Created a Census Conundrum for Latino Groups With Planned Citizenship Question

Each decade, the government enlists help from various civic and community groups to encourage people — particularly those difficult to reach, remote or less trusting — to fill out and return their census forms. But the Trump administration has created a conundrum for many groups that serve Latinos and immigrants because the Census Bureau plans to ask people on the 2020 census to state whether they are a citizen, U.S.-born or naturalized or not a citizen.

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