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Rockets Post-Harden: Four Thoughts

1 day ago by Jeff Balke
We've had more than 24 hours to digest the deal that sent one of the all-time best Rockets to Brooklyn. On Thursday night, a very short-handed, young squad (only nine dressed including multiple rookies) managed to win on the road at San Antonio — not the feat it was a...

Degust and Diversion Debut, Velvet Taco Heights Opens

1 day ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Diversion Cocktails, 7202 Long Point, opened January 14. The intimate and upscale cocktail bar will be operated like a world class chef's kitchen according to Steven Salazar, who is listed as the Executive Bar Chef, taking very seriously the ingredients and composition of the "immersive cocktails" that will have guests...

Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: Bocca Italian Kitchen and Lupo Pizzeria Open with Chef Justin Turner

1 day ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this weekend's tasty food and drink happenings: Grand Opening of Bocca Italian Kitchen and Lupo Pizzeria Friday 250 Assay Newly minted hospitality group Gastropub Productions is officially opening the doors of its first two concepts this weekend, Bocca Italian Kitchen and Lupo Pizzeria. Located at Redemption...

Bill Champlin Talks New Solo Record and a Vast, Varied Career

1 day ago by Bob Ruggiero
Bill Champlin is on the phone calling from his home in Santa Barbara, California. And while it’s ostensibly to discuss his new solo record Livin’ for Love—available digitally from Imagen Records and physically from—he first has something to say about visiting our fair city’s environs. “My wife and son...

Reviews For The Uneasily Quarantined:
The Marksman

1 day ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title: The Marksman Describe This Movie Using One Quote From My Father: DAD: You know what I hated about that show The Rifleman? He never shot anybody. Brief Plot Synopsis: Troubled vet airs out his grievances, and eventually airs out some cartel dudes. Rating Using Random Objects Relevant To The Film: 2 radiators...

University of Houston Football: The Post Cougar Head Coach Curse

1 day ago by Sean Pendergast
It remains to be seen if 2021 will provide the safe refuge for Houston sports fans from the damn near apocalyptic 2020, but if college football is any sort of harbinger, we are off to a good start. Texas A&M fans got a win in a major bowl game on...

Deshaun Watson Has a Right To Be Angry With the Texans

2 days ago by Sean Pendergast
Despite not having been quoted directly on the subject, it's no secret that reliable sources claim that Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is not happy with his employer. Reportedly, the franchise quarterback feels jilted from being left out of the communication loop on the hiring of general manager Nick Caserio, when...

Horror Stars Brave COVID for Houston Pop Up Event

2 days ago by Jef Rouner
When the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo closed early last year, that’s when everyone knew that the pandemic was serious. Now that a vaccine is finally being distributed, it looks like events and gatherings might finally be starting up again, albeit in a small way. Saturday’s Horror Market Pop-Up event...

Castle Christmas: Best Pre-COVID Show

2 days ago by Connor Fields
For many of us, this pandemic has entirely redefined the process of yearning. Where we once yearned for often unrealistic things that we hoped we would one day have, we now find ourselves yearning for everyday simplicities that were at our fingertips just months ago—a pre-pandemic life, where we could visit whoever we please, where we could walk unfazed into Whataburger, where we could happen onto a random bar and catch live music, where we could experience that music in the way it’s meant to be seen and heard, not through our screens. As someone who has been fortunate in avoiding the far more serious repercussions of COVID-19, much of my yearning process has revolved around this last question. When will we get to see live music again?

Upcoming Houston Food Events: A One Year Wing-A-Versary and a Chance to Help Pack the Pantry

2 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss these deliciously fun culinary happenings: Throughout the month of January, Orleans Seafood Kitchen, 20940 Katy Freeway, will be soliciting non-perishable food items to help “pack the pantry” of local nonprofit, The Ballard House, which provides temporary housing for individuals and families...

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