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Texas House and Senate Disagree On COVID-19 Testing and Press Access As 2021 Session Begins

57 minutes ago by Schaefer Edwards
The Texas Legislature officially kicked off its 87th session last week, an every-other-year tradition that sees lawmakers of all stripes gather in Austin to pass a two-year budget and a few laws that could, in theory, improve the quality of life for Texans of all stripes — if we’re lucky...
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James Harden Shouldn't Be Hated or Loved, Just Ignored

1 hour ago by Jeff Balke
In the '90s, when the Rockets were winning back-to-back championships, I was a huge Robert Horry fan. He had loads of talent and we were roughly the same age. There was something cool about being in the same generation as one of the players on your favorite team. When he...
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The Four Most Disturbing Things Revealed In SI.com's Latest Jack Easterby Exposé

2 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
While actual good football teams prepare for something the Houston Texans have never had the pleasure of preparing for before, a conference title game, the drama from inside NRG Stadium continues to take center stage. Deshaun Watson's anger toward the organization doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon, as...
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A Celebration of Black Artists in Opera and Song at HGO

2 hours ago by Margaret Downing
This Friday, Houston Grand Opera will present a special digital concert: Giving Voice 2021: A Celebration of Black Artists in Opera and Song whose co-hosts are the acclaimed tenor Lawrence Brownlee and Houston- favorite, soprano Nicole Heaston. The idea's was Brownlee's, Heaston said, and the international star rounded up herself...
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These Houston Restaurants Will Take Care of Your Super Bowl Spread

2 hours ago by Brooke Viggiano
Staying in to watch the Super Bowl LV this year? These Houston restaurants are here to bring you a winning spread, from sandwich platters and fajitas packs to wings, tamales and cocktails to-go. B&B Butchers & Restaurant, 1814 Washington  The Butcher Shop’s Game Day Grub to-go menu features deli sandwich platters,...
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Houston Hasn’t Seen the Pet Adoption Boom During the Pandemic

2 hours ago by Jef Rouner
The quarantine resulting from COVID-19 has led to all kinds of new activities for the housebound, everything from that sourdough bread-making craze to people literally emptying out the exercise equipment stock of the nation. People also adopted pets. Lots of pets. People stuck at home decided that they could use...
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Miami and Atlanta Get the Blues in New Box Set

2 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
To the casual music listener, blues music may seem like a lot of the same stuff. Those iconic opening notes from Bo Diddley’s “I’m a Man” (by way of Muddy Waters “Hoochie Coochie Man”), the lyrics of devilish women/lost love/being broke, the alternately mournful and boastful vocal styles. But deeper-diving...
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Thousands Got COVID-19 Vaccine At Minute Maid, But Many With Appointments Sent Home With No Shot

18 hours ago by Schaefer Edwards
The Houston Health Department’s mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Minute Maid Park on Saturday was a success in that more than 6,000 area residents got their first dose of the potentially life-saving medicine. But logistical hiccups and a lack of on-site vetting allowed some Houstonians to skip the line and...
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A Look Back at the ‘70s Houston Monopoly Knock-Off

1 day ago by Jef Rouner
Have you ever wanted to play as a rich developer in Houston in the 1970s? No, probably not. Two major oil crises did a number on old H-Town, but that didn’t stop Groovy Games from publishing a Monopoly knock-off in 1977 that at least let people pretend they were tycoons...
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A Day In The Life With Mr. Record Man Clint Broussard

1 day ago by Gladys Fuentes
Clint Broussard is a walking encyclopedia of musical knowledge and the radio show and podcast hosts flexes his strengths every week hosting his Monday afternoon show on KPFT, Blues in Hi-Fi, and online with his podcast, A Day In The Life. Throughout 2020, a year where nothing was certain, Broussard’s...

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