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Justin Richmond On the Particular Brilliance of EW&F's "Keep Your Head to the Sky"

9 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Justin Richmond has interviewed some of the world’s finest songwriters, so he’s got a lot to draw from when considering one particularly brilliant song to discuss with us. As host and lead producer of the popular Pushkin Industries podcast Broken Record, Richmond’s recently been privy to the creative processes employed...

Houston Grand Opera Presents Grammy Award-Winning Mezzo-Soprano Sasha Cooke

17 days ago by Margaret Downing
Like many other performers, mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke has lost one booking after another in a year overturned by the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, the lost work will extend into 2021 as venues and companies try to guess when they'll be open again and cancel some performances to make room for...

Best Virtual Bets: Korean Film, Islamic Art, and Dickens Two Ways

1 month ago by Natalie de la Garza
Holiday programming abounds in this week's virtual offerings.

Openings and Closings: Lefty's Cheesesteak Debuts, Texas City Livens Up

29 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Lefty's Famous Cheesesteaks, Hoagies and Grill, 8057 Kirby, opened December 15 with Houston Texans  Chester Pitts, Roderick Johnson, Laremy Tunsil, Duke Johnson and Brandin Cooks in attendance to lend support to their teammate, Texans quarterback, Deshaun Watson. Watson, who became an owner of the brand in August this year, plans...

Isaac Rodriguez on the Particular Brilliance of “T’Aint No Big Thing”

1 month ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
There’s no such thing as a perfect song, but certain songs might seem perfect to certain people. What are the reasons anyone might find a song particularly brilliant? That’s the simple question posed to musicians and music fans in this new Houston Press feature. The answer to that question is...

Rating the QB Situations of Likely NFL Teams Looking For New Coaches

1 month ago by Sean Pendergast
The Houston Texans were the first team to fire their head coach and general manager this offseason. Conveniently, they were the same person, so there was only one termination package, one COBRA benefits package to process, one awkward meeting with HR. This head start for the Texans has been spent...

Openings and Closings: Tres Tacos and Hidden Omakase Opening, Morningstar Shutters

1 month ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Hidden Omakase, 5353 W. Alabama, is shooting to make its debut December 15. The tasting menu-only restaurant comes from Japanese chef Billy Kin, most recently executive chef and partner at Blackbird Izakaya, a Japanese pub and restaurant Kin opened with Ken Bridge of Delicious Concepts. Blackbird closed this past July...

Beyond Folk: Houston's Amanda Pascali Featured On Hope Rises Compilation

1 month ago by Gladys Fuentes
Hope is a powerful and abstract concept that we are all longing for, especially as this challenging year comes to an end. Hope and activism through music are very familiar concepts for Noel ‘Paul’ Stookey, better known as Paul from the popular folk trio of the ‘60s Peter, Paul and...

Who Is the Texans' Stiffest Competition For a New Head Coach and GM?

1 month ago by Sean Pendergast
Back on Monday, October 5, about 24 hours to the minute after the Minnesota Vikings finished dispatching his football team to its fourth loss of their winless season, Bill O'Brien was fired by owner Cal McNair and the Houston Texans. It would be a reach to say "nobody saw this...

Houston Concert Watch 11/25: Patti Smith, Dua Lipa and More

2 months ago by Matthew Keever
We’ve got quite a bit on tap this week, folks. There will be a lot of live music to enjoy from the comfort of your homes as you stuff your faces with turkey, so I’ll keep this week’s introduction brief. I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving and, ideally,...

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