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How The Duke and The Messiah Met on the Path to Save Souls

2 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation By Kristin Kobes du Mez 368 pp. Liverlight $29.85 That Christian conservative and evangelicals would vote Republican in a U.S. presidential election is not surprising. More of a shock is just how fervently they have –...

Coronavirus Anxiety? Maybe It’s Time for Therapy

5 months ago by Jef Rouner
Since Monday, Houston has been under more and more stringent social-distancing protocols in order to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. The closure of many businesses plus the shutting down of most of the city’s recreational facilities, are leading to widespread financial distress and other anxieties that are...

Best Bets This Weekend: Magicians, Crawfish, and a Country Jukebox Musical

5 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
It may be National Procrastination Week, and if you find yourself putting off the weekend plan-making, we're here to help.

The Rustic

Join us for Margo Price & Lukas Nelson live at The Rustic! General Admission: $25 | VIP: $75 Tickets on sale Friday, September 14 at 10 CT. About Margo Price: A prolific writer with a knack for...
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Avoid Your Family By Checking Out The Press's 2020 Spring/Summer Movie Preview

7 months ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Believe it or not, 2019 isn't over yet. Sure, this year felt like it lasted a decade, and everyone you know is screaming at each other about A) politics or B) The Rise of Skywalker, but we still have a couple days to go before the real fun starts. That's...

Navigating the Mexican Restaurants on Navigation: Ninfa's on Navigation

8 months ago by Adán Medrano
This is the fifth in a series of visits to the six-cluster of Mexican restaurants on Navigation, a group of eateries that exemplifies Houston’s indigenous culinary history. “The best Mexican food in Texas since Texas was in Mexico” is the trademarked slogan of Ninfa’s restaurant, one of the six-cluster of...

Khruangbin Amps Up Its Houston Pride

9 months ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
No place in the world Saturday night exuded more civic pride than was found on the lawn at White Oak Music Hall. Leading the pep rally for all things Houston – but especially music - was Khruangbin, the hometown band that is making waves in the music world with its...

New Zealand's Miss June Coming to House of Blues

10 months ago by Carlos Brandon
"We will never be easy to categorize musically." Annabel Liddell, front-woman of the New Zealand punk outfit Miss June, is no stranger to challenging both labels and expectations. In 2013, the same year she began medical school, she recruited the other three members of her raucous and increasingly popular band...

Former Principal Bertie Simmons Writes a Memoir About Racism, Resiliency and 58 Years With HISD

10 months ago by Margaret Downing
According to Bertie Simmons, the legendary principal who was sent home from Furr High School in October 2017 by Houston ISD officials, when it came time to work out the last details of her settlement with HISD she was asked to sign a statement promising that she wouldn’t say anything...

Houston's Best Food and Drink Specials for September

11 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
The kids are back to school, or maybe you're back in school yourself.  While September gives us a peck on the cheek, promising us fall temperatures, our wallets have taken a hit from back to school supplies, refreshed wardrobes, summer vacation splurges and ridiculously priced textbooks. We're here to help...

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