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Issa Rae and Columbia Pictures Sign Multi-Picture Production Deal Promoting Diverse Screenwriters

According to, creator/writer/actor Issa Rae, via her production company ColorCreative, has signed a multi-picture production deal with Columbia Pictures. ColorCreative will work primarily with and support projects from emerging, diverse screenwriters.

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Rainbow on ICE returns to Discovery Green

Discovery Green, the 12-acre park in the heart of downtown Houston, hosts the 8th annual Rainbow on ICE on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, from 7 to 10 p.m. This LGBTQ celebration is the ultimate dance party on The ICE powered by Green Mountain Energy® with music by DJ Joe Ross and electrifying entertainment by performers from Drag Houston, who will reenact Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” music video. The event will also include a mini-fashion show featuring costumes by Yahaira Dehill made from recycled materials.

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Mayor: New non-profit provides option for improvement of under-performing HISD schools and local control

Mayor Sylvester Turner has appointed the initial board members of a new non-profit organization that may submit a vulnerable schools improvement plan to the Houston Independent School District to

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Driven and Determined: Never Too Old or Too Young to Lead

4,706 Degrees Will Be Awarded During UH Fall Commencement Ceremonies

You are moving too fast. You will never be ahead. You are going to fail. Hearing those words from doubters only motivated Florence Scott to prove them wrong. And she did. At 18 years old, Scott is the youngest member of the University of Houston fall 2018 graduating class.

20-Year-Old Houston Tech Geru Creates Voting Text Bot for Texans to Help Increase Early Voting Turnout

Regardless of whether you like the results of the midterm elections or not, there is one positive story coming out of Texas that everyone should like, as it warrants some much-needed attention because it involves one of our young Houstonians.

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FSU Researchers Find Racial Inequity Among Adolescents Receiving Flu Vaccine

Black adolescents living in the United States tend to receive the influenza vaccine at significantly lower rates than their white and Hispanic counterparts, according to Florida State University researchers.

Learn to De-stress During the Holidays

With the stress of the upcoming holidays and the recent onslaught of disturbing news events, stress in America is at an all-time high. People are desperately seeking ways to release pent-up emotions in a healthy and productive way.

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Senegalese-American singer/songwriter Moha Releases New Single "Lady"'

Evolving from roots spread across three continents, Senegalese-American artist Moha, draws inspiration from his time spent in Senegal, the US, and France to construct a sonic identity that defies genre constraints and cultural barriers. Within the past year, Moha has revealed pieces of his upcoming original artist project FIT, a full-length EP formulated in Moha's multi-instrumentation background combining organic instruments, production, and the singer's distinctive vocal chops. To date, project cuts including the critically acclaimed "A-Side" and "Cold Feet" have awarded Moha over 175K streams on Spotify alone.

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Members of Bethune-Cookman University Marching Wildcats Drumline to Participate in 2019 Rose Parade Aboard Honda "Celebration of Dreams" Float

A television audience of 45 million will tune in to the 2019 130th Rose Parade on New Year's Day where, as presenting sponsor, the Honda float is the first and will showcase the theme, "Celebration of Dreams." Honda, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary, will have a 25-foot float shaped like a birthday cake.

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Stafford MSD Board Votes to Name "Michael Mesa Field" in Honor of Late Teacher/Coach

The Stafford Municipal School District made history on Monday night when the SMSD Board of Trustees voted 6-0 to name the District’s baseball field, “Michael Mesa Field.”

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