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Houston Chronicle Fires Texans Reporter Who Likened Deshaun Watson Accusers To Terrorists

1 month ago by Schaefer Edwards
The Houston Chronicle is down one Texans beat writer after the paper fired reporter Aaron Wilson on Friday once it came to light that he made some ill-considered comments on a Massachusetts sports radio show last month about the sexual misconduct accusations against Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson. Originally reported by...
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Houston Ballet Returns in Force and Yes Virginia, There is a Nutcracker

16 days ago by Margaret Downing
After more than a year away from live, in-person performances, Houston Ballet today announces its 2021-22 season, ready to welcome pandemic-weary audiences back to the Wortham stage to see the company present the same upper level work its dancers have been known for in seasons past, according to Artistic Director...
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Spinning Records and Banging Heads With Metal Midgets Host Jim Florentine

13 minutes ago by Bob Ruggiero
It’s the day after the announcement of Performer inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Class of 2021. And per usual, social media is lit up with fans’ very, very strong opinions of who got in that should have, or got in that shouldn’t have, or who didn’t...
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Abbott Pulls Plug On $300 Weekly Feds' Extra Unemployment Checks For Jobless Texans

10 hours ago by Schaefer Edwards
Gov. Greg Abbott has decided that out-of-work Texans no longer need the extra $300 in weekly unemployment benefits Congress included in the last national coronavirus relief package. By sending a letter to the U.S. Department of Labor Monday, Abbott officially pulled Texas out of the federal government’s COVID-19 unemployment relief...
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Openings and Closings: Four Seasons Gets a Pan-Latin Steak House, The Roastery Closes

4 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Toro Toro, 1300 Lamar, will open at the Four Seasons Hotel Houston in fall 2021. This will be the sixth location for the concept. The hotel has partnered with Richard Sandoval Hospitality to bring his award-winning global Pan-Latin Steakhouse to Houston. It will open in the hotel’s revamped third floor...
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Live Nation To Open New Music Venue At Post HTX In November

4 days ago by Matthew Keever
A new music venue dubbed The Terminal is scheduled to open at POST Houston this November, Live Nation Entertainment announced today. Formerly the Barbara Jordan Post Office, POST Houston played host to the now-defunct Day For Night Festival in both 2016 and 2017. Live Nation Entertainment says the venue will...
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Remembering Jim Henley, Who Showed What it Means to Make An Impact

7 days ago by Reid Hopkins
I was at Pappas Seafood on the Gulf Freeway, eating lunch with Jim Henley, when I said something I’ll always regret. Some in the Houston community will recall Jim as one of the Democrats who tried and failed to unseat Republican congressman John Culberson, before Lizzie Fletcher finally succeeded in...
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Hey Baby: Tapping Into Tiffany's Particular Brilliance

8 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Tiffany dominated the pop charts in the 1980s when she was just a teenager and her story as an artist might have ended there, as has been the case for so many creatives who break young in life. Instead, she’s built a lasting model of success by tapping into her...
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Openings and Closings: The Lymbar by David Cordua, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Arrives

11 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
The Lymbar, 4201 Main, is coming to The Ion this fall. The craft cocktail bar and restaurant is bringing Latin and Mediterranean flavors from chef David Cordua, currently executive chef and owner of David + Michael Cordua Events. Cordua is also the former executive chef/owner of Americas and Churrascos. Cordua...
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Live and In Person: Houston Ballet Hits the Boards at Miller Outdoor Theatre

26 days ago by Margaret Downing
It's something that Connor Walsh, principal dancer for Houston Ballet almost couldn't believe would finally happen. But now that he and other company members have pinched themselves several times over, it has — as he puts it — kicked them all into gear. Following an opening performance from the Houston...

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