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This is what it's really like to be on HGTV's 'Fixer Upper' - Houston Chronicle

This is what it's really like to be on HGTV's 'Fixer Upper'

This is what it's really like to be on HGTV's 'Fixer Upper' - Houston Chronicle

The pros and cons of Houston hosting the Summer Olympics

Texas mom says daughters caught staph at Schlitterbahn; health officials say no

The weird and beautiful art of vintage firecracker labels

Sumatran Orangutans Aurora and Cheyenne hunt Easter eggs at the Houston Zoo. Photo: Dylan Baddour

Easter equally fun for orangutans, patrons at Houston Zoo

Sumatran Orangutans Aurora and Cheyenne hunt Easter eggs at the Houston Zoo. Photo: Dylan Baddour

Love books & Texas authors? Then this is your new reading list. (From the Houston Chronicle)

If you love reading and you love Houston ...

Love books & Texas authors? Then this is your new reading list. (From the Houston Chronicle)

HOW HOUSTON KIDS SPENT THE '80s & '90s | Admit it. You still miss Astroworld every day.

How Houston's '80s, '90s kids spent their summer vacations

HOW HOUSTON KIDS SPENT THE '80s & '90s | Admit it. You still miss Astroworld every day.

PHOTOS: Biggest stars of '90s Country Music: Then & Now. See photos og George Strait, Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire and more in their '90s heyday and now. (from the Houston Chronicle)

PHOTOS: Biggest stars of '90s Country Music: Then & Now. See photos og George Strait, Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire and more in their '90s heyday and now. (from the Houston Chronicle)

20 unique baby names for kids from Houston

Even more unique Houston-themed baby names

20 unique baby names for kids from Houston

Portrait: Samuel Houston (1844): After leading the Texas Army to victory of the Mexicans and becoming the first president of Texas, Houston became a tireless advocate for annexation by the United States.

Artifacts from the Republic of Texas (1836-1845)

Portrait: Samuel Houston (1844): After leading the Texas Army to victory of the Mexicans and becoming the first president of Texas, Houston became a tireless advocate for annexation by the United States.


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