Monthly Archives: March 2015

Schlitterbahn: Lucrative When Wet

If you grew up in Texas, you probably are familiar with Schlitterbahn, the water park on the banks of the Comal River in New Braunfels. Among many of my friends, “Schlitterbahn” was synonymous with floating the river, because the original … Continue reading

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BizRadio: The Next Chapter in Controversy

Sunday’s Houston Chronicle had a lengthy article on former Sugar Land mayor David Wallace and his business to help rejuvenate struggling cities. Wallace has apparently closed up shop, leaving several cities in the lurch and investors wondering what happened to … Continue reading

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Why the U.S. Isn’t Running Out of Crude

Why the U.S. Isn’t Running Out of Crude Oil Storage @rrapier #energy

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