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Sports Monday: Opening Day and the Shell Houston Open

Posted on · The national championship for men’s college basketball will be determined tonight. The Rockets beat the Suns Sunday without James Harden and Trevor Ariza. And Russell Henley rallied late to win the Shell Houston Open over the weekend. But – more importantly to some – it’s that day when hope springs eternal once more: Opening Day […]

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Exploring Golf Culture in H-Town

Posted on · Golfing in Greater Houston has been in the news recently – there’s the ongoing question over what to do with the historic Gus Wortham golf course. And this weekend, Red Stone Golf Club in Humble will once again be the site of the one and only PGA Tour stop in Greater Houston, the Shell Houston […]

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Solar Energy, 290 Construction & Golf: Houston Matters for Tues., April 1, 2014

Posted on · Each Tuesday of this month, Houston Matters will explore efforts here in Greater Houston to pursue alternative, renewable forms of energy, those that might someday dramatically reduce carbon emissions. In future weeks, we’ll explore wind energy, hydrogen, and biofuels. We start today with solar energy. We discuss efforts to expand the use of solar energy […]