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Port of Houston Authority
PHA Commission Considers Bayport, Environmental, Real Estate Matters
HOUSTON, April 22, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- The Port of Houston Authority (PHA) commission will consider several recommendations involving contract awards, bids and proposals, professional services and general administrative and operational matters during its public meeting at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 25, 2005 at the PHA Executive Office Building, located at 111 East Loop North (Exit 29 off Loop 610). Chairman Jim Edmonds will preside over the meeting with Vice Chairman Kase Lawal, Commissioner Steve Phelps, Commissioner Jim Fonteno, Commissioner Jimmy Burke, Commissioner Cheryl Thompson-Draper, and Commissioner Janiece Longoria.
New Book Reveals a Modern Day Caste System
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 22, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Why prejudice? Why discrimination? These thoughts continue to run through the minds of all races facing castigation, oppression and labeled as inferior by those who claim to be superior. In the 1700s to 1800s, the Irish were castigated "savages" by the English who also enslaved them. About the year 385, Saint Patrick was born in Great Britain. He was sold into slavery and forced to rear sheep. For years he was forced to endure hardship until he escaped and entered the seminary to become a priest. He later became a bishop and worked hard at converting the Irish while establishing a church. He died in Down in 461. Stories of this sort exist today.
Enea AB Publishes Annual Report for 2004
TABY, Sweden, April 22, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Today, the annual report for Enea AB is published. It is now available for download at www.enea.com. With environmental as well as cost aspects in mind, we will only distribute printed copies on demand. Those who require a printed copy, are kindly asked to contact Enea at +46 8 5071 4000, firstname.lastname@example.org or Enea AB, P.O.Box 232, 183 23 Taby, Sweden.
Looking for Love in All The Wrong Places? -- Then Hungry Ghosts is Your Guilty Pleasure
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif., April 22, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- What can a PTA mom in Peoria and a lesbian in West Hollywood have in common? One thing's for sure, it ain't no country love song, but rather the adventurous life of Roxanne Reaver who sings her tale in Hungry Ghosts, the first book of her new autobiographical trilogy Lesbian Buddha in Hollywood. Reaver's richly prosed tome beautifully recreates L.A.'s lesbian scene circa the 1980s. If you've ever been on the quest to find your soul mate or your own soul, you will relate to this story. Throughout this sexy, humorous, poignant and heartwarming first book, Hungry Ghosts follows this gay woman's quest to find true love and, in the process, she begins the real journey to find herself.