Building a levee across the mouth of Galveston Bay would not be stop bad things from happening behind it.
LEAGUE CITY — Cabela’s, the world’s largest seller of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, plans a 72,000-square-foot store at the intersection of Interstate 45 and Big League Dreams Parkway.
LEAGUE CITY — The crosstown rival Clear Springs Chargers came out swinging and put the Clear Creek Wildcats in an unfamiliar spot Thursday night.
MISSOURI CITY — The Texas City Stings on Thursday were held under 300 total yards offense, turned the ball over three times, had nine penalties for 55 yards and completed only three passes.
The Galveston City Council changed the way it appoints members to some city boards. Slowly, people are realizing that change could have huge implications.
Early Saturday morning I took my daughter, Kai, to the D’Feet Breast Cancer run at Moody Gardens. She had a great time and did the kids 1K, which was the first race she’d ever entered.
At Galveston Island Oktoberfest, the wursts are the best, the bier is free-flowing and it’s never too hot for lederhosen.
A returning performance of “The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus” will be presented by the Galveston College Theater Department at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. today and 7 p.m. Saturday in Room FA-207 of the Fine Arts Building at Galveston College, 4015 Ave. Q, in Galveston.
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish authorities say the consulates of Canada, Belgium and Germany in Istanbul have been evacuated after receiving suspicious packages Friday.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Associated Press will periodically look at the changing landscape of the NBA during the upcoming season from varied perspectives: A player's viewpoint, from the bench, and from the business side. An interview with first-year Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder is the second installment of the series:
This is the original promotional poster for the first Tremont House Mardi Gras Ball from 1985.
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The Tremont House Pearls and Prohibition Mardi Gras Ball on Saturday will feature a prohibition-era menu of chocolate-covered cherries and petit fours, chilled crab claws and jumbo shrimp, fruit skewers with yogurt dips, cheese cake bites, smoked salmon pinches on cucumber wheels and lobster thermidor in puff pastry, among other delicacies.
Photo by JENNIFER REYNOLDS
The Tremont House Executive Chef Michael Jacobson will prepare a Prohibition-era feast, including main dishes like Steak au Poivre, Lobster Thermidor in puff pastry, braised chicken with artichokes and lamb chop lollipops, for The Tremont House Pearls and Prohibition Mardi Gras Ball on March 1.
Photo by JENNIFER REYNOLDS
The Tremont House Pearls and Prohibition Mardi Gras Ball on March 1 will feature a prohibition-era menu featuring chilled crab claws and jumbo shrimp, lobster thermidor in puff pastry, smoked salmon pinches on cucumber wheels and Siberian caviar and crème’ fraiche on buckwheat blinis, among other decedent dishes.
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