By artsdesk The fight against police brutality instigated by the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson has reached Houston, and local citizens have banded together to protest through the UH campus. Starting at 5 p.m. at MacGregor Park, 2,000 protestors marched through Wheeler St. before continuing down Cullen Boulevard, Holman Street, Scott Street and finally […]
By Amy Willis Jodi Magi (Picture: Facebook) A woman has been jailed in Abu Dhabi for a negative post about a parked car on Facebook. Jodi Magi, 39, was detained after uploading a picture of a car parked across two disabled bays outside her apartment. She had blurred out the number plate but an Abu […]
By By Amelia Mc Cready Metropolitan Diary: Sorrowing and distressed, the blonde woman in the doughnut line was constantly asking, “Have you seen her?”
By Grace Maiorano Local dance company SHARP will take local talent to Colorado’s Fringe Festival, Greece and beyond. The post Philadelphia dance company tours US and Europe appeared first on The Temple News.
By newsdesk The UHin4 program is seeing an increase in freshmen participation because of positive results from the students involved, according to UH. “To date, freshmen who joined UHin4 last year, the program’s inaugural year, have performed better academically and have successfully completed more hours toward their degree than freshmen who did not participate in […]
By tinakcampbell Warning: Spoilers ahead There are some things in this world that you just don’t joke about. Kittens getting stuck in trees being one and you most certainly don’t joke about characters being killed off in The Hunger Games – well, you don’t if you’re this woman. Meet Sydney. She got VERY upset when […]
By Katie Baillie And so the term Cumberbrow has been born. The Cumberbrow is a joy to behold – the beautiful facial feature of our boy Sherlock. Something so beautiful in fact, we felt he shouldn’t keep it all to himself. We learned the importance of the Cumberbatch caterpillars when we decided to shave them […]