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They’re both vegetarians. Their favorite season is fall. They both love cooking and vintage soul records and, more than anything, one another. When Camille and Nathan decided to make it official, the pair knew they wanted to their wedding to be an unforgettable reflection of their likes, and their love. Camille spent hours scouring consignment Click here to read the rest of this post » [...]Read More...

The musical is the most-requested show for Stages Repertory Theatre and returns to the stage for the third time through July 22.

We love a small wedding with big impact, and Nicolas and Carrie’s 70-guest wedding at The Grove definitely fits the bill. The couple took full advantage of The Grove’s modern wood-and-glass construction, enhancing it with sleek succulents and softening it with vintage organic touches—courtesy coordinator and exceptionally talented floral designer Laurel Hanz of Laurel’s Florals. Click here to read the rest of this post » [...]Read More...

Work on a $3bn project to build Patimban Port in Indonesia is anticipated to begin in July with the aim of the port being partially open for operation in March 2019.

Oakland's failed fight to keep coal shipments from passing through its waterfront cost the city more than $3.1 million in outside legal bills, according to records provided by the city attorney's office
The coal fight stemmed from a 2013 agreement between the city and local developer Phil Tagami allowing him to build a $250 million shipping terminal on the old Oakland Army Base next to the port.
Tagami, a former business partner of Gov. Jerry Brown, had assured local officials he had no…

The sharp increase in U.S. crude oil exports over the past couple of years is tied primarily to Texas ports — mostly Corpus Christi and the Houston Ship Channel. Louisiana, a distant second in the crude-exports race, has a long list of positive attributes, including the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP) — the only U.S. port currently capable of fully loading the Very Large Crude Carriers…

Cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin has garnered most of the media coverage and hype to date, but keep your eye on blockchain – this new technology is poised to change IT in much the same way open-source software did a quarter century ago.

You know it, we know it, every bride worth her 1930s peacock-feather fascinator knows it: Vintage-inspired weddings are all the rage. And we’re as mad about them as anyone else. Those nostalgic touches and historic throwbacks aren’t just romantic and evocative—they also make a wedding feel as if it’s part of the tradition of weddings, Click here to read the rest of this post » [...]Read More...

The Texas legislature's 85th session has ended and state lawmakers are back in their home districts, focused on constituent matters. 2018 is also important to Texas as there is urgent federal animal protection legislation pending in Congress needing us to take action. Now is the time to advocate for humane legislation
Advocates will be trained on effective interim lobbying and on current state and federal legislative…

The credit card provider, spun out of GE, has weaved together a unique innovation framework, highlighted by a network of successful innovation labs.

Even though it's not officially summer it's starting to feel that way outdoors. There are many ways you can keep that garden green and healthy all summer long by following these steps: 1) adding 2-3" mulch 2) planting hardy drought tolerant plants and 3) pre-treating your lawn with EcoSmart granuals, cedarcide and beneficial nematodes
Mulch is a great way to trap moisture in your garden beds and keeps plants nice and cool. Adding drought tolerant plants like red yucca, salvias or native plants…