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Weekend brunch for 31 March 2019

In this edition of the weekend brunch: More drug cases related to HPD’s Harding St Massacre dismissed; even more HPD troubles; Boss Turner embraces “unity” for his re-election kickoff (seriously!); Marty Lancton (surely) laughs; and more!

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Weekend brunch for 24 March 2019

In this edition of the weekend brunch: More fallout from HPD’s 7815 Harding St. Massacre, Houston Public Library pledges that Draq Queen Story Time will continue, HFD continues to pressure the Turner administration, praise for Houston’s food scene, and more.

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Weekend brunch for 17 March 2019

In this St. Paddy’s edition of the weekend brunch: The DNC picks Milwaukee over Houston, Houston water bills are about to increase significantly, HISD is trying to understand why parents are increasingly finding alternatives, and more!

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Weekend brunch for 10 March 2019

In this edition of the weekend brunch: Some narcotics cops are scurrying for the exit post-Harding St massacre; the Chronicle discovers a state public trust fund is opaque (not unlike our muni/state public pensions!); Mayor Turner seems determined to show HFD that he is, indeed, Boss Turner; and more!

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Weekend brunch for 3 March 2019

In this edition of the weekend brunch: Still no ballistics information on the botched raid at 7815 Harding St; Harris County’s flood bond re-prioritization process draws criticism; the teachers’ union rebukes Mayor Turner; and more!

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Weekend brunch for 17 February 2019

In this Presidents’ Day weekend edition of the weekend brunch: HPD’s fatal botched raid apparently involved falsified evidence; The Turner administration asks a court to invalidate the HFD pay-parity referendum; Harris County declines the DA’s request to add more prosecutors; and more.

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Weekend brunch for 27 January 2019

In this edition of the weekend brunch: Lina Hidalgo discovers that the $100+ million Ed Emmett Memorial Astrodome Parking Structure won’t be air-conditioned, Mayor Turner goes out of town (again), Tory Gattis grades METRO’s latest plans, and more!