Entertainment Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa Review »

  We’ve definitely had a big serving of Irving. In Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, we’re introduced to Irving Zisman, a popular character from Johnny Knoxville’s Jackass show, who must take…

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New multimedia art exhibition at Summer Street Studios »

  On December 14, 2013 local multimedia group Rebel Crew Sound and www.rebelradiohouston.net will present the special event Butta Fly & Robot at Summer Street Studios. This event will showcase…

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Deported Salutatorian appeal denied, sent to Tijuana »


    Selene Cortez Carolina a 2008 salutatorian from Barbara Jordan High School with a full ride scholarship to Texas…

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Harmony Charter School spends $25,000 on promotional youtube video »

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  Recently obtained documents by The Venture show that Harmony Public Schools paid an outside public relations firm $25,000 for…

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Internship opportunities growing in Spanish media »

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  The Spanish media industry is continuously growing, and so are the opportunities for student journalists looking to snag an…

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Hollywood readies to release Cesar Chavez film, petition circulates for national day of service »

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    Latino activism and Hollywood glamour will meet on the red carpet during the opening of Cesar Chavez, Diego…

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The First Latino “Bachelor” Makes His Debut: A Different Perspective »

Pablo Galavis, the single father from Miami, Florida, is ready to find love. He'll have his own opportunity to find his wife and stepmother to his daughter when he stars in the 18th edition of "The Bachelor" which returns in January of 2014 on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Craig Sjodin)

  This past week, NPR interviewed my good friend, Alex Nogales of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, on the first Latino to star in “The Bachelor” television show. I give him Kudos for his comments and perspective: “They gotta include everybody, African Americans as well…

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Nelson Mandela’s visit to New York and the Puerto Rican Nationalists: The untold story »

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  At the request of The NiLP Network on Latino Issues upon news of the Nelson Mandela’s passing, I wrote this Guest Commentary reflecting on Nelson Mandela’s visit to New York City on June 20, 1990 and the controversy regarding the participation of the Puerto Rican…

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Nelson Mandela and Oscar López Rivera: Let freedom reign from South Africa to Puerto Rico »

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  No one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails. —Nelson Mandela “They will never be able to break my spirit or my will. Every day I wake up alive is a blessing.” —Oscar López Rivera (2006) On Thursday, December, 5th,…

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Why the Texans shouldn’t draft Johnny Manziel at #1 »

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  I’m not just trying to be the guy going against conventional wisdom. Johnny Manziel was the most electrifying player in college football in the…

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Decenas de Venezolanos Protestan Contra el Gobierno de Maduro en Houston

  Decenas de venezolanos se juntaron este Domingo en el área de Galerías para protestar pacíficamente contra la violencia y por un país lleno de paz. “Ya van 15 años de injusticia, corrupción, poder, inseguridad, miedo,…

Feb 23 2014 / Read More »
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Find Nano at the UH vs. SMU football game!

Nano, the EGMN mascot, is lost at the UH vs. SMU game. The last time someone saw him, he was buying overpriced Case Keenum gear. Find him before his scheduled half-time dance show with…

Nov 18 2011 / Read More »
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UH research finds potential key to learning a new language

  A new study by University of Houston (UH) researchers may lead to dramatic changes in the way language is taught and learned – especially a second language. These findings are important because statistics show 60…

Nov 25 2013 / Read More »

Father and son exhibit started as book of poetry and photos

  This November, fans of both visual and literary arts welcome a unique exhibition to the Bay Area. University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Art Gallery will present photography by Van Edwards with poetry by his son Joshua…

Jan 13 2012 / Read More »
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UH-D winter schedule, student support service extends hours

  UHD will be closed Friday, December 23 – January 1 for the Winter holidays. UHD will reopen on Monday, January 2 at 8:00 a.m Student Support Services offices are extending their hours of operation for…

Dec 22 2011 / Read More »
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MTV’s MADE host casting call at HCC

  The casting call went out for HCC students wanting to be part of MTV’s three-time Emmy award winning series, MADE, and the students showed up in force. So many students clamored for a chance of…

Feb 10 2012 / Read More »
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San Jacinto College celebrates 50 years of serving East Harris County

  For 50 years, San Jacinto College has been serving the citizens and communities of East Harris County. This Fall, the College community began a yearlong celebration of the remarkable journey that has brought us to…

Dec 14 2011 / Read More »
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Beatriz Flores:A Hispanic Proven Business Woman

Born in Dallas, Texas, Beatriz Flores has been successful on many levels. Her parents from Uruguay descent moved to the United States in 1967.…

May 23 2013 / Read More »

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