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Day 3 of Houston’s Comicpalooza at George R Brown Convention.   Photos by André Brooks

Day 2 of Comicpalooza 2018 at Houston’s George R Brown Center.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Day 1 of Houston’s Comicpalooza at George R Brown Convention.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

The following locations are offering immediate emergency shelter to any homeless individuals seeking a safe, dry place to ride out the storm: Star of Hope Men’s Development Cente 1811 Ruiz, Houston, TX 77002 Salvation Army Harbor Light Center Typically men’s shelter, but does have space for women seeking shelter.2407 North …

  By Emily Slater and Gabrielle Moore  The sun set behind John Hernandez’s family on Friday as they addressed a small crowd of press set up across the street from the San Jacinto Memorial Funeral Home. Family members spoke, in both Spanish and English, thanking media for their involvement. That’s …

By Michelle Lecumberry  John Hernandez was choked to death by Terry Thompson just outside a Denny’s. Thompson’s wife, Chauna, Harris County Sheriff deputy, held Hernandez’s arms under her knees while her husband choked him, according to witnesses. When Cesar Espinosa was asked if he considered this a hate crime, he …

Despite the unfavorable weather, Houstonians enjoyed the weekend festivities of Free Press Summer Festival 2017 at Eleanor Tinsley Park.  Photos by Andre Brooks

Yep Leading up to Free Press Summer Festival, I was so excited to cover my first music fest in Houston. I’ve covered similar events before in Houston, but never an all-exclusive music one. There were various activities to keep the fans busy throughout the whole event with back-to-back shows for the 12 …

Day two of Comicpalooza 2017 was met with more excitement with more cosplayers showing up in costume, displaying their creativity. Photos by André Brooks, Francisco Casillas