Anheuser-Busch donates cans of water, Melania Trump’s heels set off a Twitter frenzy

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Joel Osteen opens megachurch as a shelter after social media criticism.

@HaroldItz, tweeting about pastor Joel Osteen’s apparent hesitance to open the doors of Lakewood, his Houston megachurch, as a shelter. On Sunday, Lakewood’s Facebook said the church was “inaccessible due to severe flooding,” but photos surfaced on social media showing that was not the case. The Christian pastor was widely criticized for seeming reluctant to aid Houston in hurricane relief, given that Lakewood can seat 16,000 people (the building was formerly a sports arena). On Tuesday,

Melania Trump wore stilettos to head to Houston area.

@ZerlinaMaxwell, tweeting after first lady to visit Houston and survey damage from Hurricane Harvey. People freaked out on social media about Trump’s choice of footwear, but when she got off the plane in Houston, she had changed into tennis shoes.

Anheuser-Busch sends water to flood victims.

@Fourwhls1, thanking Anheuser-Busch, which is following in its tradition of disaster relief aid by sending more than 155,000 cans of drinking water to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The beer giant periodically switches production in its Cartersville, Ga., plant to water.

Glimpse of new “Heathers” TV show gives people mixed feelings.

@SarahJordancoop, reacting after the trailer for the came out on Monday. The preview brought mixed reactions from people skeptical that the late-1980s teen murder comedy can be re-created.

Fans of “Game of Thrones” will be waiting a while for the final season.

@Discw0rld, reacting to recent speculation that the final season of “Game of Thrones” Some fans aren’t handling the idea so well:

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