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Reviews For The Uneasily Quarantined:
Black Water: Abyss

6 days ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title: Black Water: Abyss Describe This Movie In One Barack Obama Quote: PRESIDENT OBAMA: “I have to admit when we reformed health care in America, crocodile insurance is one thing we left out.” Brief Plot Synopsis: I remember when rock (climbing) was young/Me and Suzy had so much fun. Rating Using...

2020 is the Year of Digital Video: Four Ways

1 month ago by Jeff Balke
For eight minutes and forty-six seconds, native Houstonian George Floyd was suffocated by police officers in Minneapolis. It has become not only a brutal reminder of the inequality faced by black people every day in America, but a seminal moment in our country's history, one that appears to be a...

This Week in Houston Food Events: Support Local Bars and Feel the Southern Love at Lucille's

1 month ago by Brooke Viggiano
Though social distancing is in effect and bars and restaurants are closed for in-house services, the ever-strong Houston food community continues to truck on. This week, you can support local restaurants by carrying out or making reservations for dine-in service, Monday, July 6 National Fried Chicken Day Frank's Americana Revival,...

Openings and Closings: The Union Kitchen Katy Opens, Lucky's Pub East Closes

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
This week has some surprising new openings and some sad closings, some permanent, some just temporary. As Texas sees a second spike in COVID-19, it's inevitable that it would affect the restaurant industry. Staff are on the front lines serving guests and while most employees are wearing masks, many customers...

Tropical Storm Cristobal Likely to Threaten Texas/Louisiana, but As What?

2 months ago by Jeff Balke
Tropical Storm Cristobal is drifting around just onshore in Mexico south of the Bay of Campeche as of writing this, and the longer it remains over land, the more disorganized it will be when it reemerges later this week. After that time, the forecast models seem in fairly good agreement...

Our Music, More Than a Language

Wednesday, August 26, 7:00PM @ The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston
In order to recognize the diversity of musical expressions in the region, the Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston presents Our Music, More Than a Language, a selection of 16 contemporary...
Film - Festivals

Texas Republican Thinks Cutting Aid to Central America Will Cut Immigration Influx Problem

6 years ago by Aaron Reiss
With an influx of women and children coming to the United States illegally from Central America, more money might soon be spent domestically while cutting down foreign aid. United States Representative Randy Weber (R-Friendswood) on Monday introduced H.R. 5014, the Illegal Entry Accountability Act of 2014, which would hold Mexico,...

Legendary Satirist Lewis Black Returns To The City That Drove Him To Comedy

7 months ago by Vic Shuttee
"Most people, what’s really being missed in all this, is there is this great middle, and it’s the middle that’s important. That’s what counts."

Openings and Closings: Mutiny Wine Room Opens Soon, Andes Cafe Closes

7 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Mutiny Wine Room, 1124 Usener, will open January 18. The Napa Valley-inspired wine tasting venue and restaurant comes from longtime Heights residents, Marke Ellenberger and Emily Trout. Husband Mark hails from California while wife Emily is a native Houstonian. The couple have been involved for years in the wine country...

10 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Thanksgiving Parade, Holiday Lights

9 months ago by Susie Tommaney
For those of us lucky enough to get a long holiday weekend, congrats, and for everybody else who has a job that doesn't align with Turkey Day festivities, then we still wish you seasons greetings and the spirit of the holidays. There's plenty to see and do this weekend in...

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