A disturbing video shows a man drag a woman down an escalator in The Galleria on Sept. 3. Surveillance video captured the robbery at 2 p.m. from inside the mall near Saks Fifth Avenue.
The woman can be seen going up the escalator while holding onto her purse when the man walks up behind her and grabs it. He drags her down the escalator as she attempts to hold onto her purse.
Everything old is new again. Not to be cliche, but that old saying really feels true at this particular moment in the arc of Houston restaurants.
This month’s list of new restaurants to try features six establishments that are both old and new. Either they’re existing establishments with new menus and designs or they’re rebranded and updated takes on previous concepts. Some of these efforts are more successful than others, of course, but all are designed to induce diners into giving consideration to a place they might have otherwise overlooked.
Police say it was an “instant party” in which invitations are sent at random via Snapchat, and all the guests were teens and young adults.
According to authorities invitations were sent at random via Snapchat, a messaging app that allows users to exchange pictures and videos that disappear after they’re viewed.
It’s unclear what caused the shooting around 2 a.m. Saturday, but a detective on the scene told our sister station KTRK-TV that it began as a verbal altercation at the party.
Authorities said Several people tried to get away from the shooting and took off in a car.
HOUSTON — A man armed with a rifle shot and killed two people during the busy rush hour commute on Thursday evening, police said.
The names of the victims have not been released, but Thursday morning the Houston Police Department said the men were 25 and 33 years of age.
The shooting happened on Houston’s east side in the middle lanes of the I-10/East Freeway near Federal.
The prolific Texas-bred rapper and founder of UGK breaks down the essential spots to hit up if you’re looking for a good meal in Houston!
“Houston is one of the most diverse food cities in America,” declared Houston rap legend Bun B during a recent appearance on an episode of Uproxx’s newest program, People’s Party with Talib Kweli. The show’s premise has another rap legend in his own right, Talib Kweli, sitting down and discussing hot button topics with other notables and superstars of their industries. Continue at Source: Houston’s Best Restaurants, According To Texas Rap Legend Bun B
Editor’s note: The Houston restaurant scene is constantly changing, with new hotspots, must-try places and major food events coming along on a daily basis. Even the most dedicated foodie can have trouble keeping up. Don’t worry, PaperCity has you covered.
This season is most definitely a time of growth, and Space City’s showing it off more than ever, with new concepts coming from premier chefs and restaurateurs, including Benjamin Berg, Ronnie Killen and Bobby Heugel. And then there are the eager newcomers splashing onto the scene. Established and aspiring chefs always keep it fresh for foodies.