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11 days ago | Dance
It'll be all virtual for the rest of Houston Ballet's 2020-21 Season. Due to the continuing pandemic, Houston Ballet will continue its virtual offerings but has cancelled the remaining performances it was hoping to stage for the 2020-21 season. “S...
2 months ago | Special Events
There won't be the usual mass of racers on course intent on PBs or just finishing. Spectators and volunteers with their placards and water bottles won't have to face the sometimes bitter cold weather of Houston in January. All onlookers can now pa...
2 months ago | Dance
Houston Ballet has decided to delve even deeper into the digital world, announcing today that it plans to offer even more performances in that vein than it originally anticipated. As a result, its season opener for the 2020-21 season will be Houst...
3 months ago | Menu of Menus
The first ever virtual Iron Fork competition between a Dallas and a Houston chef played out in all its streaming glory Wednesday night for Houston Press 2020 Menu of Menus ticket holders and unfortunately for our Houston fans of chef Matt Staph, h...
3 months ago | Grocery Guide
If you are still getting ready for a possible power outage (or worse) from Hurricane Laura, in need of supplies and you are a Kroger shopper, better hustle up. Kroger has announced that it will be closing all its stores at 6 p.m. today. They...
4 months ago | Animals
Today starting at 8 a.m. Fort Bend County Commissioner Ken R. DeMerchant and Fort Bend County Animal Services in collaboration with Dr. Diarra Blue will be offering no cost spay and neuter services for eligible Fort Bend County residents' cats and...