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Houston Artists' Silver Linings Songbook: A Pause for Grief and Searching For What's Next

4 months ago by John Amar
Before COVID-19 halted arts and music industries around the world, Garfield Elementary general music educator Abby Veliz was in the process of booking a performance for her students with the Houston Dash. Veliz, an HSPVA and UH graduate, was also prepping her kindergarteners and 4th graders for their end-of-year graduation...

Openings and Closings: The Take-out Version

5 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
By now, many of us are getting a little stir crazy. We have been in isolation baking bread like John Lennon. On March 16, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo ordered restaurants to close down their dine-in operations and convert to take-out and delivery service only,...

Hosanna and Hallelujah: HGO's Saul is Special Indeed

10 months ago by D. L. Groover
Full of scenic wonders, stunning music, magnificent performances, thunderous choruses, and elegant direction, Houston Grand Opera's presentation of George Frideric Handel's commanding oratorio Saul (1739) might just be legendary. This is the famed Glyndebourne Festival Opera production from 2015, directed by Barrie Kosky, with sets and costumes by Katrin Lea...

Astros Close Out Rays to Move On to ALCS

10 months ago by Jeff Balke
For the third straight year, the Astros will be playing in the American League Championship Series after closing out the Tampa Bay Rays 6-1 in the ALDS Thursday night. The 'Stros put up four runs in the first while pitcher Gerrit Cole was dominant once again going eight innings allowing...

How Many Houston Astros Will Get AL MVP Votes?

10 months ago by Sean Pendergast
For the Houston Astros, the baseball postseason will begin on Friday in what, unfortunately for some (who have jobs during the day), has become kind of a tradition early afternoon time slot against the winner of tonight's American League wild card game. It should be a fun October, with the...

Jinya Ramen Heights Opens, Mendocino Farms Uptown Next Week

11 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Jinya Ramen Bar, 449 W.19th, opened at the Heights Waterworks September 17. This makes the seventh Houston location for the upscale ramen restaurant. It's sleek and sexy and increasingly popular among noodle lovers. The broth is the star at JINYA and is slow-simmered for more than ten hours with either...

Dad is Not Coming Home to Save America

1 year ago by Jef Rouner
This week, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller III broke his long silence with a brief press conference. The highlights were these: 1. Russia really did interfere with the 2016 election with specific intent to make sure Hillary Clinton – who President Vladimir Putin was afraid would stop his Doctor Doom...

HCC Wants to Seal Records in Lawsuit. Again...

5 years ago by Michael Barajas
Houston Community College is attempting to seal internal records in the drawn-out legal battle with the former general counsel the college system fired last year. If this sounds like deja vu, it should. Since early this year, HCC, one of the largest publicly-funded community college systems in the country, has...

Jamie Lee Curtis Rules, but the New Halloween Works Against Her

2 years ago by April Wolfe
We meet Laurie in her super-sealed woodsy compound, almost 40 years to the day after the murders that took place in 1978 — this film negates all the previous Halloween sequels

Houston Community College Still Wants to Seal Records in Lawsuit

6 years ago by Michael Barajas
Lawyers for Houston Community College went to court yesterday to argue that internal records from a public institution would harm said public institution if made public. As the legal battle between HCC, one of the largest community college systems in the country, and the college's ousted top lawyer continues to...

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