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Here are the highest tales as we speak in Houston:
1. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has unveiled a brand new showcase of works together with items from Central and South America that return so far as the Middle Ages and 18th century. The galleries discover the relationship between Spain and its colonies with over 200 works on show. (CultureMap Houston)
2. A gasoline station retailer clerk was discovered shot on Saturday in west Houston after telling a gaggle to go away, in keeping with police. Houston Police responded to the capturing name at round 11:30 p.m. at a Circle Ok gasoline station on 12702 Whittington Drive. (ABC 13)
3. The Baker Hughes Foundation is giving a $100,000 grant to assist the Emancipation Park Conservancy (EPC). The donation was made in the course of the Juneteenth celebration. It will protect the mission “to preserve the park’s integrity and enrich its heritage as a local, state, national and international landmark.” (Fox 26)
4. The Austin Police Department mentioned a Houston man who was reported lacking in Downtown Austin has been situated in San Antonio. APD mentioned 45-year-old Samuele Sellers was reported lacking after he was final seen on Sunday round 9:30 a.m. on the Hilton Garden Inn at 500 N. I-35 southbound. (KHOU 11)
5. So Brunchy opened on May 28 at 33427 Lago Vista Real St., Magnolia, in keeping with proprietor Reanna Stanley. A grand opening celebration will happen Saturday, July 2. (Community Impact News)
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Today in Houston:
- I Am Music Summer Camp at Texas School Of Music. (9 a.m.)
- Summer Academy 2022 at Topgolf Houston. (9 a.m.)
- Margarita Mondays at Parma Pizza Restaurant. (4 p.m.)
- Focus Week Houston at Vitacca Vocational School For Dance. (4 p.m.)
- De’Wayne at House Of Blues Houston. (8 p.m.)
From my pocket book:
- African Caribbean-focused grocery retailer En Sisters African Market has opened. En Sisters held its grand opening at 10 a.m. on June 17 at its location at 2444 Settlers Way Blvd., Sugar Land, the shop’s proprietor. (Community Impact Newspaper)
- EZ’s Liquor Lounge, is slated to open late summer season within the coronary heart of the Heights at 3302 White Oak Drive, Houston. The menu will characteristic on-tap and frozen cocktails, on-tap and bottled beers, a wine choice and traditional bar snacks. (Community Impact Newspaper)
- A 2-alarm fireplace broken a number of models of an condominium complicated in southeast Houston, in keeping with the Houston Fire Department. The fireplace began simply after midnight on Sunday at The Park at Sutton Hill Apartments on 11911 Martin Luther King Blvd. (KHOU 11)
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— Carlos Hernandez
About me: Hello my title is Carlos Hernandez and I’m a meals author with over 10 years of expertise within the trade. I write the meals weblog Carlos Eats (http://www.carloseats.com) and likewise contribute to a number of newspapers and magazines with food-related blogs and articles.
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