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Houston Man Makes the Most Out of a Bad Situation, Catches Fish

With all this turmoil in Texas caused by Hurricane Harvey, I wanted to share this video of a Houston man and his family making the most out of a bad situation.

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Credit: Richard Harvey, Jr.
Credit: Richard Harvey, Jr.

Hurricane Harvey Knows No Bounds — Interview With The Woodlands Resident

I was taking a look around Facebook when I noticed my cousin, Richard Harvey, Jr. (No relation to Hurricane Harvey) when I saw how bad the water was, even north in The Woodlands. I had a chance to speak with Debra Harvey, (no relation to the Hurricane). She lives in The Woodlands in far north Harris County. She tells us about how things are for them at this time.

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shopsft | Instagram

Cajun Navy Announces App Where You Can Ask for Help

If you don't know who the Cajun Navy is, you're going to want to thank them when Hurricane Harvey is all said and done.

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news672 via YouTube

Senior Citizens From Dickinson Rescued From Waist-High Waters

A haunting image of senior citizens in waist-high water in Dickinson, Texas went viral yesterday and as a result, were eventually saved.

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Severe Flooding Continues In Houston Area
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Here’s How to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

The coastal region of Texas has been devastated by massive flooding and tornadoes caused by Hurricane Harvey. Here are ways you can help those in need.

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Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Wins a Historically Bad Weekend

There are bad weekends, there are bad weekends, and then there are historically terrible weekends the likes of which haven’t been seen in decades. Guess which one applies to this past weekend? With the overall box office dipping more than $30 million from last week, and the overall numbers landing as historically bad, we seem to be ending August on a terrible note. Nevertheless, here are the box office numbers through Sunday afternoon:

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Tennessee Theatre Pulls ‘Gone With the Wind’ After Audience Backlash

How can we use classic films to teach history? It’s a more difficult question than one might think. On the one hand, early Hollywood classics are full of negative and  —  let’s face it  —  racist stereotypes that can be difficult for many people to watch. On the other hand, these movies provide a valuable opportunity to view a bygone era through its cultural artifacts and see what narratives were being pushed on the general public through film. An individual film in-and-of itself may not contain much value, but as a point of data on a timeline? It can be a very valuable window into how much things have (or haven’t) changed.

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‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Director Tobe Hooper Dies at 74

One of the underrated elements of the horror community is how many of them have the opportunity to meet their heroes. When famous actors and filmmakers die, they tend to be remembered at a distance on the quality of their work; when horror icons like George Romero or Wes Craven pass, however, people have first-hand accounts of meeting them at festivals and conventions. So as word spreads today about the death of legendary Texas Chainsaw Massacre director Tobe Hooper, you’ll hear more than a few first-hand accounts of what it was like to talk about the genre with Hooper. That’s the power of the horror community.

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Texas Gulf Coast Braces For Hurricane Harvey
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Hurricane Harvey is Now a Category 4 Storm

Hurricane Harvey has strengthened significantly into a Category 4 as it bears down on Corpus Christi and Gulf Coast. Rainfall estimates for some parts of Texas is now over 30" inches

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Texas Gulf Coast Braces For Hurricane Harvey
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Governor Abbott Suspends Collection of Hotel and Motel Taxes During Hurricane Harvey

Travelers evacuating from the Gulf Coast will get some financial relief in Texas if they have to check in to a hotel or motel

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