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Hearing the phrase or reading a t-shirt that says “Keep Austin Weird” has become something usual. For whatever reason some may believe Austin is different, this would just add to it […]

If you like to go around the city for fun taking photos of places and things you come across the way then there is a group worth your while FREE of charge! In Austin some people come to take advantage of the activities Meet Up offers.“You just come in and meet …

  The Capitol is mostly visited place in Austin by different genders, backgrounds and ages. Kelley Howard, a recent Austin resident, brought a friend for their first time visit. “I moved to Austin because of what people have told me about it,’’ Howard said. Howard stated that Austin is a …

  The Mayan Prophecy of 2012, an ominous and so-called prediction to the end of the world. The world has been talking about this prediction for the last few years leading up to the year 2012. We here at EGMN decided to have some fun and ask a few people …

  Fashion, it is an industry that can be a never ending and changing beast with every new trend around the corner. And for some trends changing, that is not always a bad thing. But what is possibly “in” for this season? We here at EGMN asked the public in …

  The New Year is coming up soon so everyone knows what that means. The preparation of New Year’s Resolutions! It can be an interesting topic with a variety of answers from people. So we here at EGMN decided to ask some of the public of Houston what were a …

    In November 2012 (post Hurricane Sandy cleanup permitting), a ceremony will mark the completion of exterior renovations on the former Public School 160 built in 1897 in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, that since 1993, has housed a cultural center named in honor of the Puerto Rican poet, journalist, …

   Ana Castillo (born June 15, 1953) is a respected poet, novelist, short story writer, and esaayist. She was raised in Chicago where she lived with her parents, Raymond and Raquel Rocha Castillo. Educated in the public school system, she wrote her first poems at nine years old following the …

DeeDee Garcia Blase is a political activist and current President of the National Tequila Party Movement. Her rhetoric has prompted strong reactions from both sides of the political aisle.

    Dr. Laura G. Murillo is best known for her role as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.  She started the position on March 1, 2007 and gained recognition for increasing HHCC’s membership over 400% and revenues 100%. The Houston Business Journal …