Texas Medical Center to open 40,000-square-foot space to support health cos.

It’ll join TMCx and TMCx+, which are programs and incubators for emerging health care companies.

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Getting to Know the Artists: An Interview with VT Pro

With Day for Night opening its gates in just a few hours, it’s our last chance to introduce audiences to some of the incredible visual artists participating in this year’s festival. This time we focus on VT Pro, a Los Angeles-based design studio that you may remember for presenting at last year’s event. Prior to the debut of their latest piece, Free Press Houston spoke to Michael…

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New Goode Co. concept to open in former Mason Jar location

Just three months after opening a new concept in The Woodlands, Goode Co. is expanding it to the Memorial area. 

The Houston-based restaurant group will open the second location of Goode Co. Kitchen & Cantina on Dec. 18 at 9005 Katy Freeway, which once housed Mason Jar Restaurant, according to a press release. The cantina is the company’s first new concept since 2004.

Unlike the first location, the upcoming Memorial restaurant will not be accompanied by another Good Co. concept, a spokesperson…

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HISD OK’s rebuilding schools, receives $4.7M from Aramco Services for Harvey relief

The Houston Independent School District Board of Education has approved a plan to demolish and rebuild four schools significantly damaged by Hurricane Harvey’s flooding. 

The plan, which was announced a few days earlier, was approved during the board’s monthly meeting on Dec. 14, according to a press release. Also at the meeting, the HISD Foundation announced it received a $4.7 million grant from Aramco Services Co. for Harvey-related relief. 

The grant is designated for Robinson, Scarborough,…

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