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Hidalgo and Turner Cancel Events With Houston's Biggest Business Group Over Silence On Texas Voter Bills

5 hours ago by Schaefer Edwards
After weeks of pressuring the Greater Houston Partnership to get off the sidelines and speak out against controversial state voting bills, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced Wednesday that they were fed-up with the organization’s silence and officially cancelled their annual State of the City...
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The Weird Wunsche Graveyard in the Shadow of I-45

17 hours ago by Jef Rouner
In a city that is well known for treating history like it’s a rotting tree stump in need of dynamiting to build as sweet-ass dirt bike ramp, I have a particular fondness for graves. Specifically, the ones that somehow endure in strange places when all sense says they should have...
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Two Weeks Of Legal Silence: What's Next For Deshaun Watson?

17 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
For a month, the Deshaun Watson legal saga was non stop chaos, on special media and in the news realm. If it wasn't another few lawsuits dropping, it was Tony Buzbee firing away at Watson and Watson's attorney, Rusty Hardin, on social media. That would typically be followed by a...
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Houston Concert Watch 5/5: Sarah Jaffe, Molly Tuttle and More

17 hours ago by Matthew Keever
This week, one of Houston's favorite cover bands will perform an outdoor concert, a Texas native will bring her introspective folk-turned-pop ballads to The Heights Theater, and the godfather of psychobilly will perform solo at the House Of Blues. Still don't feel comfortable seeing live music in-person? No sweat. We've included a...
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The Art Car Parade Rolls In Differently This Year

17 hours ago by Gladys Fuentes
The Houston Art Car Parade has been a yearly tradition since 1988 and one of the city's most festive and eclectic celebrations of artists in the community. Every year the much anticipated event is sandwiched into a fun weekend where art cars can be seen cruising all around Houston’s busy...
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Weighing the Floor and Ceiling of the Rockets' Kevin Porter, Jr.

17 hours ago by Jeff Balke
The sky's the limit. That is something you often hear in sports about young, up-and-coming players. It's hyperbole, obviously, but it is typically a reflection of the raw talent that young player possesses. Where he goes from there is unpredictable. For the Rockets, they are fortunate to have at least...
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Houston's Madeline The Person Represents a New Generation of Breakthrough Artists

2 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Whenever a recording artist signs a major label deal, it’s big news. If the artist is from Houston, there’s some hometown pride added to the celebration. But, the recent signing of Houston’s own Madeline The Person by Warner Records isn’t just exciting, it’s also an indication of how the music...
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Dan Patrick's Texas Senate Is All That Stands In The Way Of Permitless Handguns In Texas

2 days ago by Schaefer Edwards
Until just a few days ago, it looked like the legislative push to allow Texans to carry handguns without permits was on life support after Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said a Texas House-backed proposal to allow permitless carry didn’t have enough support in the Texas Senate to get a full-hearing,...
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Houston Texans Draft Rated Worst in NFL By Draft Experts

2 days ago by Sean Pendergast
The 2021 NFL Draft is in the books, and for the Houston Texans, there is good news and bad news. The good news is that, despite a draft class where they didn't pick until the third round and only came away with five players, the Texans' 2021 Super Bowl odds...
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Danny Zelisko Promotes His Own Backstage Story in Memoir

2 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
In a career spanning 45+ years as a concert promoter, Danny Zelisko estimates that he’s put on about 12,000 shows around the country. But the average entertainment consumer likely doesn’t know what a “concert promoter” does any more than what the tasks of a “recording engineer” or “key grip” are...

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