This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 45 The last Prince's Hamburgers location in Houston has closed, a victim of Hurricane Harvey's massive flooding. The location at 3425 Ella Boulevard was the last location standing. A Houston institution for 84 years, Prince's is one of the most-beloved chains in the area. RELATED: Houston's oldest restaurants can still dish it out There is something to hopeful for, though, as owner John Broussard told Chron.com Friday afternoon that he is currently looking to reopen at a new location later this year. Prince's busy catering business is still very much in operation. "The flood hurt us and that location, but I want to reopen … [Read more...] about Prince’s Hamburgers has closed its last location in Houston but a revival is near
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Ahead of the 2023 Formula 1 season, most of the teams will carry out at least one ‘filming day’ to shakedown their new machines. Haas became the first of the 10 teams to reveal their 2023 look earlier this week, with the American-based squad showing off the livery their VF-23 will race with. However, the VF-23 itself won’t be shown off until after the team have taken to the track with the car for the first time – Haas will hold a ‘shakedown’ of the car at Silverstone on February 11th. Most of the teams will elect to hold a shakedown of their new cars before the start of official pre-season testing in Bahrain in late February, as such shakedowns allow for any unforeseen mechanical or technical issues with the build of the new cars to be spotted and ironed out before the start of the critical three days of track testing. But how do these shakedowns fit into the current rules – how are teams able to carry out private track testing with a current car? F1 teams make use of an FIA … [Read more...] about What are F1 teams permitted to do with their cars on ‘filming day’ shakedowns?
It's a bad joke and a bum rap that M. Night Shyamalan is often confused for a mere merchant of cheap twists, a multiplex O. Henry. Still, there's no denying that a desire to blow minds, to leave audiences reeling from a last-minute reversal, remains baked into his artistry, several decades removed from The Sixth Sense , the movie that made his career and his reputation as a relentless rug-puller. Call it the Rod Serling in him. Knock at the Cabin , Shyamalan's latest trip to the Twilight Zone, has a slightly different alchemy. In this claustrophobic high-concept thriller, the possibility of a big climatic reveal isn't lurking somewhere in the background like a twist waiting to happen, implied by dint of the name on the byline. No, here it's an open threat for audiences and characters alike—one scary possibility of only two on the horizon. In that sense, Shyamalan has privileged suspense over surprise this time, wresting control, Split style, from his inner Serling and … [Read more...] about It’s apocalypse now—or is it?—in M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Knock at the Cabin’
MIAMI (AP) — Four key suspects in the killing of Haiti's president appeared for the first time in U.S. federal court Wednesday to face accusations that they plotted and participated in his assassination, a day after they were transferred to the United States for prosecution. Haitian-Americans James Solages, Joseph Vincent and Christian Emmanuel Sanon and Colombian citizen Germán Rivera García looked calm as they entered a federal court in Miami wearing beige prisoner uniforms with their hands and ankles shackled. They did not speak at the hearing, except to petition for a public defender when Judged Alicia Otazo-Reyes asked each of them if they can afford to pay an attorney. “I would appreciate it if the court would appoint a counselor," said Solages, the second of the defendants called by the judge to listen to the charges. He, like each of them, answered “no” when the judge asked if they have work, savings or property. The judge appointed a different attorney for each of … [Read more...] about US charges 4 key suspects in killing of Haiti’s president
Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 1, the City of Houston will require all dog and cat owners to microchip their pets . City officials say the microchips will help the city return lost pets to their owners and register them. Houston City Council passed an ordinance in 2022 to require any resident in the city that owns a dog or a cat at least four months old to be microchipped and vaccinated against rabies. The year-long grace period ends Wednesday as the law goes into effect. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner reminded residents in a Houston City Council meeting on Wednesday morning. "Please get your pets chipped, and let's move forward," Turner said. In an interview with KHOU 11 , BARC Deputy Director Cory Stottlemeyer said the microchip is to help pet owners and city officials find pets in case they're lost. "You could be the best pet owner in the world, but when a stressful situation happens, anything, anything can happen," Stottlemeyer told KHOU. The BARC Animal Shelter , … [Read more...] about Houston pet owners must now microchip their animals to avoid fine
Houston native and global superstar Beyonce Giselle Knowles Carter announced her highly anticipated Renaissance World Tour on Feb. 1.On Sept. 23, she is scheduled to perform at NRG Stadium with a maximum occupancy of 72,000 seats. Fans can grab tickets through a lottery-style verified fan registration process on Ticketmaster. According to the Live Nation website , the verified fan process filters out buyers looking to resell tickets and creates a less crowded ticket-buying experience for fans. Live Nation added that they anticipate demand will be higher than available tickets, so fans will receive a code and then be put on a waitlist after registration. The registration groupings are separated into three different categories based on location. Registration for the Houston date is open now and closes on Thursday, Feb. 2. In her tour schedule, Beyonce has one more Texas date on the list in Dallas on Sept. 21 at AT&T Stadium. She also ends the tour with a date in New … [Read more...] about It’s time Beyhive. Here’s when Beyonce is coming to Houston