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Abbott Pulls Plug On $300 Weekly Feds' Extra Unemployment Checks For Jobless Texans

1 day 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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Houston Concert Watch 5/12: Brent Cobb, Kendell Marvel and More

7 days ago by Matthew Keever
Events continue to be added to calendars around town, and I couldn’t be happier about it. Below are some of the best in-person and live-streaming concerts happening this week, but I also wanted to mention Joe Rogan’s visit to Bayou Music Center on Thursday and the Rocky Horror Picture Show...
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Here's Your Chance to Catch Up on The Knick, Warrior and Banshee Now on HBO Max

8 days ago by Jamil David
Sometimes series will fall through the cracks. With the sheer amount of series and content being churned out by networks and streaming services these days, there are always gems that were hiding in plain sight, or in the case of these three shows, hiding on Cinemax. Luckily through HBO Max,...
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The Weird Wunsche Graveyard in the Shadow of I-45

14 days ago by Jef Rouner
In a city that is well known for treating history like it’s a rotting tree stump in need of dynamiting to build as sweet-ass dirt bike ramp, I have a particular fondness for graves. Specifically, the ones that somehow endure in strange places when all sense says they should have...
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Openings and Closings: Rakkan Ramen Opens This Week, Le Jardinier Debuts in May

19 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Le Jardinier, 5500 Main, opens at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston May 18. Located inside the the Nancy and Rich Kinder Building, the French-inspired restaurant comes from The Bastion Collection which also opened Cafe Leonelli at the museum April 16. Michelin-starred chef Alain Verzeroli will serve as culinary director...
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CDC Approves Less Masking Outdoors As Harris County Remains At Red Alert Level

20 days ago by Schaefer Edwards
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control officially relaxed its guidelines for when U.S. residents should wear face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on Tuesday, issuing new rules that allow for some newfound flexibility in outdoor settings, especially for fully vaccinated folks as the agency continues to encourage non-vaccinated...
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New Report Shows Anti-Jewish Vandalism In Texas Rose 53 Percent In 2020

21 days ago by Schaefer Edwards
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, harassment and attacks against Jewish U.S. residents continued at near-record levels according to the Anti-Defamation league. In its annual report on antisemitism across the United States, ADL announced Tuesday that it recorded 2,024 cases of anti-Jewish assault, harassment or vandalism that occurred in 2020. While the...
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These Houston Bars and Restaurants Are Celebrating Cinco de Mayo 2021 with Margs, Tacos and More

22 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
From margarita happy hours and Mexican beer buckets to tequila-inspired fiestas and takeout tacos, here’s how to kick up your Cinco de Mayo celebrations in Houston this year. 8th Wonder and Eatsie Boys, 2202 Dallas  8th Wonder will be serving specialty Micheladas on Cinco de Mayo in combination with live...
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Best Virtual Bets: Nuns, Shakespeare, and New American Voices

27 days ago by Natalie de la Garza
It’s National Tell a Story Day, and whether you want to hear a new story or an old classic, you can find something on our list of best virtual (or socially distanced) bets.
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The 1836 Project Is Probably Going to End Up Being Confederate Glorification

1 month ago by Jef Rouner
On Wednesday, State Rep. Tan Parker (R-Flower Mound) went before the House State Affairs Committee to advocate for House Bill 2497, which would create the 1836 Project. We should be very worried that it’s a bunch of Confederate glorifications in disguise. The bill would create an advisory board to promote...

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