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Austin City Limits Celebrates 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel Live

17 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
This year was supposed to be a busy one for Asleep at the Wheel. The western swing revivalists (who also skilled in several other genres) were set to embark on their 50th anniversary tour. A victory lap of sorts for singer/guitarist Ray Benson for reaching a milestone that few bands...
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Bah Humbug: No Live Performances of A Christmas Carol This Year, Alley Theatre Announces

17 hours ago by Margaret Downing
The Alley Theatre has decided to throw in the towel for its planned live performances of A Christmas Carol this year, bowing to the continued presence of the coronavirus in the Houston area. Instead it is busy producing a digital production of the annual holiday favorite helped by the financial...
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Turner Sounds Alarm On Houston COVID-19 Metrics Ahead Of Potential Third Wave

17 hours ago by Schaefer Edwards
On Monday afternoon, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Dr. Persse of the Houston Health Department warned city residents that troubling upticks in Houston’s COVID-19 metrics could portend a dangerous coronavirus surge if people don’t take precautions soon. Turner said that weeks of watching Houston’s COVID-19 test positivity rate decline led...
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Book Tells the Whole Horrific Story of the Station Nightclub Fire

17 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
Ninety seconds doesn’t seem like a long amount of time. Most people can sing all of “The Star Spangled Banner” in that period. But a minute and a half was all that it took for 100 people to die and 200+ more to be seriously injured on the night of...
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Which Houston Texans Are Possible Trade Deadline Assets?

17 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
The Houston Texans fell to 1-6 on the season this past Sunday, and anyone with a rooting interest in the team must now face the harsh reality that (barring a miraculous winning streak) what happens between now and the trade deadline, and what happens in interviews with prospective new head...
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Strict Union Rule Leaves Many Houston Theaters Scrambling

17 hours ago by Jessica Goldman
What if measures taken to protect you have the effect of harming at the same time? It’s a question being considered by the actors and theaters represented by Actors' Equity (AEA), the American labor union representing the world of live theatrical performance. Thanks to COVID, the union that normally fights...
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These Houston Restaurants and Bars Are Offering Tricks and Treats This Halloween

17 hours ago by Brooke Viggiano
From candy spiked cocktails and spooky Halloween cupcakes to Dia de los Muertos celebrations and "boo"zy Halloween brunch, these Houston restaurants are offering tasty tricks and treats this season: a’Bouzy, 2300 Westheimer  The bubbly-popping haunt will host a Veuve Clicquot Yelloween Brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday,...
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NFL Week 7: Packers 35, Texans 20 — Four Winners, Four Losers

2 days ago by Sean Pendergast
Throughout last week, the betting line on yesterday's game between the Houston Texans and the Green Bay Packers at NRG Stadium hovered around three or four points, with the Packers as a small favorite. That caught some people off guard, as the Texans were a horrid 1-5 on the season,...
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Tales from a Safe Distance at Opera in the Heights: An Unbridled Success

2 days ago by D. L. Groover
As long as Covid-19 continues to plague us, theater must make do with restrictive safety precautions. While theater streaming has relied mostly on Zoom-style productions with individual panels stitched together, opera has flourished and been a fount of inspiration and creativity. (See Vinkensport at HGO for a primer on how...
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Peter Frampton Shows Readers the Way in His Autobiography

2 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
Do You Feel Like I Do?: A Memoir By Peter Frampton with Alan Light 352 pp. $28 Hachette Books If rock star careers were measured in terms of their level of roller coaster-ness, then Peter Frampton’s would be a ride on (shout out to Astroworld) the Texas Cyclone, Greezed Lightnin’,...

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