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Whether you're just absolutely over sitting in traffic with these terrible drivers or you're just itching to channel your inner Airbender, every Houstonian could use some flying superpowers. And lucky for us, Cowboy Up Hang Gliding near Houston offers hang gliding over the city, and our dreams are finally coming true.

There are eight different flight experiences you can take with Cowboy Up—ranging from beginner to advanced.

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The time has come once more for the spookiest and most spontaneous 'holiday' of the season. Friday the 13th is happening this week and everyone is getting ready for it. One of the most notable ways to spend the day is going wild and getting a Friday the 13th tattoo sales from shops across Houston.

This year, so many Houston parlors will be offering tattoo deals and specials for the big day, and we know just the places for you to visit. Get ready to pick out that perfect one!

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The World Series has everyone in Texas going crazy; full of anticipation for what will happen next. With one final game to determine who will take the championship, Texans are losing their calm demeanor and are ready for the Astros to take the win already. To chill you out before you start screaming at the TV again, you can head over to any Texas Taco Bell for free tacos today in honor of the World Series!

Taco Bell made a deal that when a World Series player stole a base, they would offer a free Doritos Locos Taco to every person who stops by. Well, when the Nationals' Trea Turner stole second base in Game 1 of the series, Taco Bell had to keep to that promise. Now you can head over to redeem your tasty, salty, free taco.

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Books can transport us to places beyond our imagination but buying more than one book on your trip to the local book store can quickly add up. Thankfully, Houston is having a massive book sale at their public library on November 2. The sale will have a vast selection of books, both new and gently used.

The books will be anywhere from $2 to $5 depending on the genre and if the book is paperback or not. The sale will open early for those who are members of Friends of the Houston Public Library, but from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., it will be open to the general public. If you are one of those lucky members, the sale will open from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. so you can get a sneak peek at all the goodies you can take home. 

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