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Deaton LeMay Project's Day After Yesterday is a Study in Perfect Timing

31 minutes ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Ask Craig LeMay and Roby Deaton, the Houston musicians and namesakes behind the Deaton LeMay Project, and they’ll tell you timing is everything. It’s certainly critical to their style of progressive rock. They believe their debut album, Day After Yesterday, might have fared well in a long-ago music industry where...
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Upcoming Houston Food Events: Restaurant Workers Relief and Easter To-Go

31 minutes ago by Brooke Viggiano
Times are tough for everyone, including the hospitality industry. But that doesn't mean all hope is lost, as Houston's food community has proven to be a strong one. Here's a look at what's going on in the food world during the COVID-19 crisis, including ways you can help, restaurants to...
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Local Musician Goes Virtual With 'Stay At Home' Symphony Orchestra

31 minutes ago by Sam Byrd
Houston Symphony principal double bass player Robin Kesselman has joined a virtual symphony group to keep producing art despite the COVID-19 quarantine. The "Stay at Home Symphony Orchestra" released Mozart's "Overture" from The Marriage of Figaro on YouTube.
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Houston Texans Fans Select Team's All-Time Top Five

31 minutes ago by Sean Pendergast
Content is always king, but during the sports hiatus which we are on right now, creatively finding content for the tens of thousands of stuck-at-home sports fans is going to be very interesting. One of the easy layups to spark debate and draw eyeballs is soliciting opinion on power rankings,...
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Texas Governor Says Stay at Home in a Short Video

11 hours ago by Margaret Downing
Governor Terry Abbott today announced he is issuing a stay at home order for the state for all but essential service workers and essential things like going to the grocery store. Up until this point "Now I know this is a great sacrifice but we must respond to this challenge...
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HISD Gets Back Into the Food Service Business Starting Monday, April 6

14 hours ago by Houston Press
After cancelling its own food distribution on March 26, the Houston ISD just announced it is getting back into the game, starting Monday, April 6. The first effort operated in partnership with the Houston Food Bank, was very successful but concerns about possible community spread arose among workers and the...
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Hamilton Still Coming to Houston, Single Ticket Sales Open April 3

14 hours ago by Margaret Downing
Yes, even in the midst of the coronavirus malaise, we have something to look forward to this summer and to act upon starting this Friday. Broadway Across America has announced that single tickets for Hamilton at the Hobby Center will go on sale April 3 at 10 a.m. at Ticketmaster.com...
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No Nets, No Hugs, Keep Social Distancing Working, Houston Mayor Says

15 hours ago by Margaret Downing
Even though Texas Governor Greg Abbott cleared the way for churches in the state to meet in physical not virtual reality — a directive that goes against Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo's ban against large gatherings — Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner Wednesday urged people to use common sense. While most...
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Houston Press Menu of Menus® 2020 Rescheduled Again For September

16 hours ago by Houston Press
In light of the continuing developments of the COVID-19 virus and the announcement from the federal government extending the social distancing guidelines, the Houston Press has decided to further postpone its annual Menu of Menus® Extravaganza 2020 date until September 1. All tickets purchased for the original date will be honored...
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Emergency Political and Business Policies That Could Outlast the Viral Outbreak

22 hours ago by Jeff Balke
As we enter another month of quarantine from the Coronavirus outbreak, all levels of business and politics have been impacted. From mom and pop shops to huge corporations, city managers to the President, everyone is being forced to adapt to a relentless virus and the changes we are all having...

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