Man gets 25 years for manslaughter

Lashawn Marten was convicted of a hate crime for punching man in Union Square Park who later died

A frequent chess player in Union Square was sentenced Tuesday to 25 years in state prison after acting on his threat to punch the next white person he saw and killing a 62-year-old passer-by.

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Retired army official warns of nuclear threats

Though a nuclear bomb has not been detonated in 70 years, nuclear security still remains a strenuous and messy issue in foreign policy.

Though a nuclear bomb has not been detonated in 70 years, nuclear security still remains a strenuous and messy issue in foreign policy.

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Roost’s Kevin Naderi Has Beaten Bobby Flay

The Roost owner is, apparently, on fire.

LAST NIGHT 8TH WONDER BREWERY not only served its lineup of craft beers to more than 300 young Houstonians, the hotspot also served up a champion. That’s right, Roost chef-owner Kevin Naderi can now officially decree to all of America that he did beat Bobby Flay.

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“Dead Rockstar Sing-A-Long Club” Debuts at Rec Room This August

The original performance piece pays tribute to David Bowie, Prince and mourning public figures.

WITH THE DEATH OF MUSIC ICONS DAVID BOWIE AND PRINCE THIS YEAR, Rec Room is honoring these legends with part-concert/part-theater performances this fall.

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Project Dance Performs in France

With the recent tragedies in Houston’s Sister City, dancers honor Nice with performances in the City of Light this weekend.

PROJECT DANCE BRINGS MORE THAN 100 DANCERS from around the world to Paris this weekend as they emulate messages of hope, peace and unity with performances at the famous Place de la Republique square in the heart of the city, not far from the November 13 attacks.

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This Harris County DA Invites Law-Breaking Citizens to “Make It Right”

A new program allows those with non-violent misdemeanors to have offenses and warrants removed from their records.

In only 30 minutes, you can make your public intoxication arrest or failure to appear in court charge seem like they never happened—and in a suprisingly legal fashion. The Harris County District Attorney’s Office is offering a new one-day community outreach program on August 27 that allows non-violent, low-level misdemeanor offenses and corresponding warrants to be expunged from your record.

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