Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist in Midtown Houston

Mr. Leonard J. Pitts, Jr., Pulitzer Prize winning, syndicated columnist and author, on Saturday, March 29, 2008. Will be in Midtown Houston at St Paul’s United Methodist Church at 6 p.m.

Mr. Pitts writes for the Miami Herald and his column appears in the Star Section of Houston Chronicle every Monday. His progressive attitude toward many subjects such as social justice, equality, politics, and our American Society reflect reason and logic and clearly represent spiritual principles and values.

Pitts' column, "We'll Go Forward From This Moment," an angry and defiant open letter to the terrorists, circulated the globe via the Internet generating upwards of 30,000 emails. It has since been set to music, reprinted in poster form, read on television by Regis Philbin and quoted by Congressman Richard Gephardt.

Here’s lots more about this incredibly successful writer and the tickets for tonight’s speaking engagement at St. Paul UMC.

[Where: 5501 Main Street, Houston, TX 77004]

Let’s Play Ball

The world of sports takes center stage at several venues this weekend in Houston. The NCAA Men’s Basketball Sweet 16 has been narrowed to the "Elite Eight" and will get underway at Reliant Park.
If you're stuck in front of a computer at game time, try the NCAA on Demand for great highlights and live coverage of the game.

The Houston Shell Open is at the Redstone Golf Club Tournament Course. Let’s see, I know there are few more events that I’d like to recommend for you to check out. Oh yeah, now I remember.

If you're lucky enough to be off work today, why not go to Memorial Park and check out the Bayou City Art Festival. Nestled amidst the towering Texas pines, the Festival’s more than 300 visual and performing artists some from around the corner and others around the world. The parks meandering trails will be transformed into an outdoor art gallery blooming with juried art and multi-cultural music and dance.

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