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Best Virtual Bets: Bach, Latinx Dance, and Art in the Park

22 days ago by Natalie de la Garza
Dance, art, and Easter fun can be found in this week's best virtual bets.

Britt Vasicek on the Particular Brilliance of Raveena's "Honey"

29 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
One could consider Britt Vasicek spellbinding, but she’s more like a living, breathing spell — and so are you, she might argue. Houston’s preeminent sex witch self-describes as “a queer polyamorous witch making magical, erotic and spooky content online.” Add ingredients like show producer, podcaster, comedian and event facilitator, plus...

This Week in Houston Food Events: Meat-Free Fridays and Crawfish Pizza

1 month ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: All week long Spring Break Teacher Discount at Dish Society All week long, Dish Society is hosting “Teacher Spring Break” where teachers and school staff members get 50 percent off alcoholic beverages simply by showing a school ID. Social hour prices...

This Week in Houston Food Events: Crawfish Season Is Upon Us

2 months ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Monday, March 8 Dress for Success Benefit at Postino Wine Cafe In celebration of International Women's Day, Postino, 642 Yale, 805 Pacific, will be donating $5 for every glass of Espiritu Malbec sold to the local Houston chapter of Dress For...

Openings and Closings: Hello Yelo, James Harden's Thirteen Opens

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Yelo Banh Mi Artisans, 23119 Colonial Parkway, softly opened last week before celebrating its grand opening March 3. The banh mi-centric restaurant is a collaboration between Phat Eatery owner and chef Alex Au-Yeung and chef Cuc Lam. Located next to Phat, the buildout was delayed by the pandemic. In the...

Grooves Owner Speaks Out Against Its Recent Liquor Ban by the TABC

2 months ago by DeVaughn Douglas
Walking up to Grooves on Pierce and Bastrop you can hear and feel the music pulsing through the front doors of the building on a Sunday afternoon. It’s not out of the ordinary for any bar or lounge on Sunday Funday. What is out of the ordinary is the number...

With Nasty Freeze On The Way, Hidalgo and Turner Urge Folks To Hunker Down and Stay Off the Roads

2 months ago by Schaefer Edwards
In a joint press conference Friday afternoon, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner stressed caution ahead of what’s likely to be the gnarliest bout of winter weather the Houston area has experienced in three decades. Both officials begged folks in the greater Houston area to start...

Album Review: Kikagaku Moyo Evolve in Live at Levitation

2 months ago by Connor Fields
In treading through the annals of rock music, it’s hard to argue that any approach to the genre has been more persistent than psychedelic-rock. From the jangling opening riff of 13th Floor Elevators’ “You’re Gonna Miss Me,” to the outpouring of groups that flocked to Haight-Ashbury in the late-60s (therein forging a widespread counterculture), to the shoegaze sounds that swept the U.K. throughout the 90s, rock artists have continuously found new ways to interpret the ever-malleable, wide-ranging sound of psychedelic music. Aside from modern pop’s incorporation (*cough* appropriation) of the genre’s aesthetic, the national craze around this music and its culture is clearly not as prevalent as it once was, when thousands of young Americans blew off their middle-class expectations for the Learyology of “dropping out and tuning in”. Since the start of the decade, however, a more subtle independent scene has been brewing...

Four Thoughts on Team President Jamey Rootes Leaving the Houston Texans

2 months ago by Sean Pendergast
Over the last decade or so, the soap opera format on television has been dying a slow death. While there used to be about a dozen or so in circulation, now we are down to Days of our Lives on NBC, and maybe two others. I bring this up because, if...

In City COVID-19 Update, Officials Talk FEMA Vaccine Sites, Scary New Variants and Violent Crime

2 months ago by Schaefer Edwards
Amid the news that Houston will likely soon be home to a coronavirus vaccine super site run by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner shared his weekly COVID-19 update stage at City Hall with local health experts who announced that there are now two extra-contagious versions of...

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