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Springer, Altuve, McHugh Close to Return for Astros

43 minutes ago by Jeff Balke
The Astros remain one of the best teams in baseball despite an extended stretch of games without three of their best position players, their backup catcher and one of their starting pitchers. But, there does appear to be light at the end of the tunnel. George Springer was shagging fly...
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Texans Withdraw From Pursuit of Caserio For Open GM Spot

2 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
Well, it happened again. Just the same way it did on two Fridays, me and my cohost Rich Lord were humming along on our radio show on SportsRadio 610, chopping up a handful of topics for the first two hours of the show, only to see those topics — well,...
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LGBTQ Pride Parade Marks 50 Years Of Liberation

3 hours ago by Sam Byrd
Houston's Pride Festival and Pride Parade are scheduled for June 22, starting at noon and lasting all day.
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Brit Floyd's Damian Darlington on Flying Flags and Building Walls

3 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
Damian Darlington remembers the first time he heard the music of Pink Floyd. He was about 10 years old when the band’s “Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2” single was catapulting to the top of the British (and later, American) charts. The song, with its resigned Roger Waters vocals,...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: Show Your Pride at Shake Shack

3 hours ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: All month long Uptown Dine Around Showcasing Uptown Houston’s culinary diversity, the second annual Uptown Dine Around runs through Sunday, June 30. Guests can get limited-time, prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus at 19+ Uptown eateries, including Bloom & Bee, Etoile Cuisine...
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Kick Back and Chill Out at These Water Holes, Lakes and Pools Near Houston in Summer 2019

3 hours ago by Susie Tommaney
There's more to life than work and executive time, and one solution to summer's oppressive heat is by taking a road trip to some of the pools, water holes, lakes and state parks around Texas. We can't think of anything more opposite of Houston's concrete jungle — with all that...
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Al Yankovic Gets Weird With A Symphony Orchestra At The Pavilion

24 hours ago by Matthew Keever
Weird Al Yankovic Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion June 15, 2019 About halfway through his performance at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Saturday night, Weird Al Yankovic disappeared backstage for one of his many wardrobe changes. In his absence, the screens behind and on either side of the stage began playing a montage of...
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History Comes Alive in Houston Ballet's Glorious Marie

2 days ago by Natalie de la Garza
Houston Ballet travels back in time to give a much maligned historical figure a second look in the season-ending production of Stanton Welch's Marie.
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Hootie & The Blowfish Bring the Goods on First Tour in a Decade

2 days ago by Clint Hale
Hootie shows that its mid-90s hits more than hold up before a packed house in The Woodlands.
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Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis Take Us Back to the Astrodome

3 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Many songs are about the people who make our lives special, but sometimes songs about the places we’ve known and loved stir strong emotions. If you live in Texas and are of a certain age, it’s guaranteed that’s what’ll happen when listening to “Astrodome.” The new song is from Beautiful Lie,...

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