Hackers Saving NASA & Other Government Sites From Mysterious Data Deletion

by Jamie Lyons — On Saturday morning, the white stone buildings on UC Berkeley’s campus radiated with unfiltered sunshine. The sky was blue, the campanile was chiming. But instead of enjoying the beautiful day, 200 adults had willingly sardined themselves into a fluorescent-lit room in the bowels of Doe Library to rescue federal climate data.

Like similar groups across the country—in more than 20 cities—they believe that the Trump administration might want to disappear this data down a memory hole. So these hackers, scientists, and students are collecting it to save outside government servers. Continue reading


In-N-Out Is Coming To Houston, So We Asked A Real Californian What All The Fuss Is About


In-N-Out Burger, the famed California fast food haven, is rumored to be closing on at least one plot of land in the Houston area. Jazz Hamilton, VP of Retail Brokerage Services at CBRE confirmed the rumor but refused to disclose the location. Apparently, plans are still in their infancy, but the restaurant is expected to open this year. Continue reading


Virtuosi Houston Youth Musicians Shone At Trump’s Presidential Inauguration!

As we reported earlier, Virtuosi of Houston – a youth chamber orchestra comprised of some of Houston’s best and brightest musicians – had the incredible opportunity to perform at several events leading up to the 45th Presidential Inauguration of Donald Trump. We reached out to the organizers of Virtuosi of Houston last week to ask how the performances went. Here is their reply from Mr. Steve Casas, Events Manager: Continue reading

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Good Shepherd Reformed Bible Study Launches in Richmond Near Katy

Richmond, Texas — The Good Shepherd Bible Study joins a limited number of Reformed bible studies and churches in the Greater Houston area. Meeting every Sunday evening in a private home in Richmond, the study anticipates becoming a new church in time, planted by the OPC (Orthodox Presbyterian Church) Bible believing denomination. The study is said to offer “a place for purpose in life, growth, sharing life, and finding hope.” Continue reading


Ruth Steinfeld, Barbara Hines & Holocaust Museum Houston Honor The Lost, Celebrate Survival

Houston, Texas — Friday, January 27 marked the 72nd anniversary of the day the Red Army broke through Nazi resistance and freed the prisoners of Auschwitz. All week long, Holocaust survivors, their children, and Houstonians of all backgrounds have been remembering those who were tortured and killed during some of the darkest days of human history. Amazingly, their message is one of hope. Continue reading


6 Ways To Beautify Your Home With Glass & Mirrors

At some point every homeowner has wondered how to repair a corroded bathroom mirror, or whether there’s a way to protect your beautiful hardwood table from scratches and water damage. This past week we decided to ask the experts at Northwest Glass & Mirror for their advice on how to improve, protect, and maintain your home. Here’s what they told us, and their advice could actually save you money: Continue reading


Texas Mom & Son Fly Through Tornado In Bathtub

Smithland, Texas — A slew of tornadoes wreaked havoc across much of the south over the past few weeks. One Houston resident caught video of a twister crossing I-45 near The Woodlands as a white car fled the wrong way down the freeway. But none of the stories we’ve heard so far hold a candle to the gal and her son in Smithland, Texas, who had a terrifying experience flying through a tornado in a bathtub. Continue reading