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Breaking: John Wall Reportedly Makes Free Agent Decision

The Houston Rockets and John Wall have officially agreed to a buyout, according to reports. Per Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes, Wall's agent Rich Paul and Rockets general manager Rafael Stone will meet tomorrow to iron out the final details of the buyout. Once that happens, the five-time All-Star point guard...
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Where to Eat, Drink and Celebrate the Fourth of July 2022 in Houston

July 4th is right around the corner, and these these Houston restaurants and bars are celebrating America's Independence with BBQ, brews, fireworks watch parties and more:. On Saturday, July 3 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Applegate will be surprising unsuspecting park-goers barbecuing on public grills across Houston with everything they need for an epic Fourth of July feast, with pop-ups at local parks including Herman Park and Memorial Park. Applegate is promoting its DO GOOD DOG, the first nationally available hot dog made with beef raised with practices that regenerate the land; and lucky locals may score some of the free hot dogs as well as Primal Kitchen condiments, Spindrift seltzers and a collectible Applegate tote bag for leftovers.

Daily Checkout: The Tubular Tubing Mascara Our E-Commerce Editor Swears By — Shop Now

All products featured on OK! Magazine are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, OK! Magazine may earn an affiliate commission.Welcome to The Daily Checkout, a new, daily series where our editors share their favorite beauty and fashion products. From tried-and-true makeup staples to newly-tested items we already adore, we'll be breaking down what we love and why — for the sake of beauty itself. To OK!’s E-Commerce Editor Haley Gunn, finding a mascara that stands up to Texas’ notorious summer humidity is no easy task. "In Houston recently it's been 100, 101,...

Customize your space for less at Living Designs Furniture

Living Designs Furniture has special offers for great day viewers. Right now, you can get "up" to 50 percent off select living room sofas and chairs already in their showroom. Plus, save $100 for every one thousand you spend through the end of June. You also get free delivery if...

A Ma Maniére x Awake NY Unveils Collaborative COLOR CODE Capsule

A Ma Maniére and Awake NY have united to create an apparel capsule as part of The Whitaker Group’s COLOR CODE program. Introduced last year, COLOR CODE is a product collaboration program that champions Black and minority brands to create capsule collections with The Whitaker Group’s retail brands.

Adonis, age 9 months

Hi there! My name is Adonis. I am a 9-month-old Goldendoodle. My mommy gave me my name because in Greek mythology, Adonis means “handsome young man.” Have you ever seen a more handsome Goldendoodle than me?! No matter where I am, I feel like I’m being chased by paparazzi. People are always petting me and taking pictures. While my mom is at work, I love to watch TV. My all-time favorite show is Our Planet. For all my fellow dogs – if you haven’t seen it, be sure to check it out. I also love playing with all my toys and stealing my mommy’s socks. My favorite time of the day is when she comes home from work. That’s when we go on our daily walk, and she showers me with love and kisses. I’m one lucky dog! Follow me on Instagram @adonisyzman to stay tuned in.

June 27 is DJ Screw Day

HOUSTON (CW39) June 27th is DJ Screw Day… The day Houston remembers and continues to celebrate one of the most beloved rappers to come out of Houston. On July 27, 1996, Robert Early Davis, widely known as DJ Screw, recorded Chopped and Screwed, considered one of the best music tracks to come out of Houston. DJ Screw Day is celebrated on June 27 because it is the name of and the anniversary of when “Chapter 012: June 27th,” was recorded. The freestyle recording is 35- minutes long and includes performances by rappers:
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This Week in Houston Food Events: A Golfstrømmen Takeover and Hugo's Squash Blossoms

Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings:. Golfstrømmen’s executive chef Christopher Haatfut will be flying in from Norway and bringing his acclaimed seafood outpost, Lysverket, along with him for a one-week gastronomic takeover, running through July 3. The pop-up will include nightly dinners at Golfstrømmen at Post Market, 401 Franklin, alongside brunch offerings that will bookend the week of evening festivities, ranging in price from $75 per person to $175. Guests can also expect special collaborations including a special vegetable-centric dinner with Urban Harvest on June 28. Only 24 seats will be available for each special takeover event and reservations available via Resy.

Woman reunited with emotional support dog

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) - A woman from the Rochester area was traveling with her emotional support dog in Houston and was separated from her pet for nearly a month, but Sunday, they were reunited. Tia had a seizure at a Greyhound Bus Station in Houston on June 2nd. While people...

Chef's Corner: Chris Shepherd – What’s New?

Chris Shepherd squints into the morning sun. A family of three then approaches the acclaimed chef and asks whether there is a breakfast spot at the Houston Farmers Market on Airline Drive. The Robb Report’s 2019 world’s best chef frequently fields these questions from first-time visitors, which are expected because his restaurant, Wild Oats, was the first to open after the historic open-air market received a $10 million-plus face-lift.

Dakota, age 2

Hi there, I’m Dakota (the German Shepherd) and these are my little siblings. Austin is the one with brown fur and Tennessee is the one with black fur. They’re only 6 months old! When my family first brought them home, I thought they were very small, odd-looking dogs. I tried my best to figure out what kind. They have long ears like Basset Hounds, but small tails like French Bulldogs. And they’re compact and fluffy like Pomeranians, but they aren’t nearly as noisy. You can see why I was confused. Now I understand they are not dogs but apparently some other thing called “bunnies.” Now that I have had time to adjust to this new bunny-filled life, I like it. Tennessee and I play cat and mouse all the time while Austin watches. And even though I’m used to them now, I will never understand their fascination for sucking on a carrot together. More bones for me, I guess.