Meanwhile, although the singer and and actress, who has reportedly battled alcohol and drug issues, didn’t leave as much of an estate as might have been expected for a celebrity who has done as much as Houston did, it is possible that an upswing in sales of her music and a forthcoming movie will up the ante, reports the Associated Press. … [Read more...] about Probe of Whitney Houston’s Death Likely to Look at Docs Who Prescribed Drugs to Her, Experts Say
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Let it Snow (1945). Possibly the best tune to blare out as icy blasts chill the nation, Let It Snow - composed by Jule Styne - is essential listening every year. White Christmas (1942). Most people dream of waking up to a picture perfect snowy scene on Christmas morning - a feeling wonderfully captured by Irving Berlin's best-selling classic. Baby, It's Cold Outside (1944). Couples can't avoid Frank Loesser's call and response duet when the temperatures turn. Frosty The Snowman (1950). Recorded by Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys, this singalong tune is sure to break the ice at the start of any carolling concert. Let it Go (2013). Love or hate this catchy Frozen tune, there's almost no escaping it as snow falls and the kids cuddle up to re-watch Elsa and friends belt out hit Disney songs from the movie. Time lapse video has shown thecy roads around Bromsgrove in Worcestershire … [Read more...] about Can it be too cold to snow, how does snow form and what are the best puns and songs out there?
LOS ANGELES — Attorneys for Bobby Brown and the estate of Bobbi Kristina Brown have filed suit in a New York court over the documentary "Whitney: Can I Be Me," alleging that Showtime, the BBC and several other defendants violated their rights by improperly using footage from the production of the 2005 reality series "Being Bobby Brown." … [Read more...] about Bobby Brown files lawsuit against Showtime and BBC over Whitney Houston documentary
Given the information in the chart above and the fact that building on elevated foundations costs more than building slab on grade (it's disputed how much; local home builders put the figure at about $32,000; city officials say it's closer to $11,000), what point of diminishing returns do you think is appropriate? Leave your thoughts in the comments. … [Read more...] about What is the right height for homes in Houston’s floodplains?
The 0.8819-acre tract is at 6000 N. Main St., an area the city's 2015 parks master plan identified as lacking both park space and available land for purchase. Metro no longer uses the site, which sits at the northern edge of the intersection of Calvalcade, North Main and Studemont, as a transit center. … [Read more...] about Houston to buy Heights Transit Center, convert it to a park