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COVID First Responders Bare Their Pain in The Line

22 days ago by Jessica Goldman
A show comprised of real-life interviews with COVID first responders while we’re still in the middle of a global pandemic. Sounds like theatrical redundancy. After all, aren’t we already taken into the belly of the emergency response beast via the embedded journalists, personal essays, and social media videos that document...
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Here's What We Know On Whether a 2020 NFL Season Is Happening

28 days ago by Sean Pendergast
Of the three big sports leagues that govern our sports lives (and, selfishly, the ones that steer the conversation on my sports talk show on SportsRadio 610), the one that has been most steadfast in trying to maintain its normalcy amidst COVID-19 has been the National Football League. The other...
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Mark May Confronts His Demonic Side

26 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
If there was any single event in recent history that has given the people of Houston the most of collective case of the blues, it would have to be Hurricane Harvey. And while it’s been almost three years since that most unwelcome guest arrived at the city’s proverbial doorstep, it’s...
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Will Alcohol To-Go Become Permanent in Texas?

2 months ago by Schaefer Edwards
Monica Richards was elated when she heard the news that her family’s restaurant could finally serve their popular cocktails for takeout and delivery. As Marketing and Beverage Director for Arnaldo Richards' Picos Restaurant, the local Mexican food mainstay founded by her father, Arnaldo, Richards had been asked by plenty of...
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Thursday is National Burger Day: We Got the Beef (and Lamb)

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Most everyone loves a juicy burger. However, tastes vary when it comes to toppings, temperature and even grinds of meat. In Houston, there is no shortage of burger joints, roadside shacks, fast food spots and high end steakhouses at which to satisfy the craving for a hamburger sandwich. National Burger...
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Classical Music and Modern Literature Share Stage In Symphony's Livestream [UPDATED]

2 months ago by Sam Byrd
The Houston Symphony will continue its Living Room Series with viola player Joan DerHovsepian. In a special partnership, a representative from the Houston Public Library will also share some suggested reading materials to keep people entertained during self isolation, all available via a free library card.
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Memorial Day Specials at Houston Restaurants [UPDATED]

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
This weekend will see a number of restaurants, bars and breweries opening for the first time since the pandemic began in March. With Phase Two of the Reopening of Texas, restaurants can increase capacity to 50 percent and bars are now allowed to open with a 25 percent cap. Memorial...
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Treebeards to Close June 26 in Market Square

3 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Treebeards, 315 Travis, will close its doors permanently June 26, according to its Facebook page. The post cited a "huge increase in rent demanded by the landlord" as the reason for no longer being able to serve its customers from the longtime spot in Market Square. The Southern-style restaurants serves...
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Funding Tied To Tourism Is Just Another Reason Houston Theaters Are Suffering Due To the Coronavirus

3 months ago by Jessica Goldman
The bad news came on May 5 – an email from the Houston Arts Alliance informing theater companies that, due to the negative economic impact of COVID 19, the grant money they’d been promised would be reduced going forward. By 6 percent for the first quarter and a warning of...
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Chief Acevedo Responds to Another Officer-Involved Deadly Shooting

3 months ago by Kate McLean
Houston Police Officer J. Goff, an officer with less than two years on the force, shot and killed a 30-year-old man only after the man advanced on him and reached for his weapon, Chief Art Acevedo said at a Friday press conference. The 30-year-old man, whose name has yet to be...

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