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It is with great excitement that we announce our name change from John Cleary Gallery to Catherine Couturier Gallery. In the last four years, the gallery has evolved to embrace both that which John Cleary and I both loved (mid-century French street photography and portraits of children, to name two) and more contemporary art that was always my area of expertise. The range of work represented is broader, and my eye is apparent on every wall and in every bin. It is now…

Moody Gardens staff welcome the funk of Morticia, the Corpse Flower! Morticia will be blooming by Friday the 13th. This will be her 2nd bloom at Moody Gardens.

The Houston Public Library (HPL) presents the John P. McGovern Summer Reading Program. Beginning June 1 through Aug. 1, kids ages 5-12 and teens 13-18 are invited to explore the unknown by participating in this year’s program, where they will earn reading and activity badges and unlock prizes. Free summer meals are available too for …

PJ Tucker speaks with the media following the Rockets Game 5 loss vs. the Warriors at Oakland on 5-8-19.

To absolutely no one's surprise, rapper Travis Scott and Rockets legend Hakeem Olajuwon had their usual courtside seats near Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta.

MONTERREY, Mexico — However patient Yuli Gurriel grew this offseason, his best at-bats remain accentuated by an ambush. The free-swinging first baseman feasts on first pitches and fears free passes. Each of the last two seasons ended with Gurriel among the bottom seven major leaguers in walk rate. Neither year saw him eclipse four percent. Nine walks in his first 29 games suggested a shift. Teammates…

The Rockets beat the Warriors 126-121 in overtime in Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinals Saturday at Toyota Center. The Rockets now trail in the series 2-1 with Game 4 on Monday night at Toyota Center.

MONTERREY, Mexico - However patient Yuli Gurriel grew this offseason, his best at-bats remain accentuated by an ambush. The free-swinging first baseman feasts on first pitches and fears free passes. Each of the last two seasons ended with Gurriel among the bottom seven major leaguers in walk rate. Neither year saw him eclipse four percent.