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Noses On!

By Andrea Schmauss – In the spirit of spreading laughter and awareness, several members of The Nations Law Firm staff donned their red noses in recognition of Walgreens “Red Nose Day.”  A tradition which began in the United Kingdom is being celebrated at Walgreens nationwide with the selling of red […]

EPA: Aircraft Greenhouse Gas Emissions are Harmful to Human Health

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency concluded a finding that greenhouse gas emissions from aircraft threatens human health and environment, clearing the way for federal regulation Read more here… URL:

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Happy Constitution Day

From Larry A. Tawwater, American Association of Justice President – If You Like Your Constitutional Rights, It’s Time to Fight for Them People don’t think a lot about their constitutional rights, until they think they’re being violated. Most of us know about the First Amendment and Second Amendment, but it’s […]

Our Webmaster Wins Best in Show for Her Art

By Andrea Schmauss – April 6, 2015 – Last Saturday, April 4th 2015, our own webmaster Lacey Crawford once again exhibited at First Saturday Arts Market in Houston’s Historic Heights district. For the first time ever, the director Mitch Cohen ran a Best in Show “contest” whereby two artists won. […]

Hope For Three

Fred and Mabel R. Parks Foundation is proud to present an interactive evening speaking engagement with autism advocate, author, and inventor Dr. Temple Grandin on Friday, February 6, 2015 at Sugar Creek Baptist Church.  Art Display from artists with unique abilities, featuring those living with autism.

photo of HPD Northeast: Officer Al Elizondo, Officer EJ Joseph, Assist Chief Troy Finner, Lt. Kevin Deese, Lt. Rose Terry, Captain Gregory Fremin

Houston Police Department & Community Volunteers Helped Returning Students “Look Good, Feel Good”

By  Andrea Schmauss – No child should have to start the school year without the basics, such as a haircut or school supplies.  Heading off for the first day of school can be intimidating for some, and those feelings can be compounded by low self-image and feelings of being ostracized.  […]