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2021 Rio Grande Region Summer Camp

Sunday, June 13, 5:00PM @ Pine Hill
Sports - Spectator
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Where to Dine Out for Easter Sunday Brunch 2021 in Houston

2 months ago by Brooke Viggiano
Easter is right around the corner, falling on Sunday, April 4 this year; so now is the time to make plans for everyone's favorite part of the holiday (besides the egg hunt, of course), and that's brunch. These Houston restaurants are open for brunch and lunch service this Easter Sunday:...
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Five Brights Spots at the End of the Rockets Long Dark Tunnel

2 months ago by Jeff Balke
There is no point in trying to gloss over 18 straight losses by the Houston Rockets. It is the most consecutive losses in franchise history dating back to when they played in San Diego. In fact, the last Rockets team to lose 17 straight (the one in California) wound up...
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HISD and COVID-19: Up Close and In Person

4 months ago by Margaret Downing
Who would want to be in the ranks of teachers in the present COVID-19 circumstances? In Houston ISD the local teacher union president has sent an urgent plea to the interim superintendent and board of trustees asking for a ten-day hiatus from in-person instruction as positive pandemic cases continue an...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: New Happy Hour Bites and a Tamago Sando Throwdown

4 months ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Monday, February 1 Free Industry Monday at Feges BBQ Beginning Monday, February 1 and on the first Monday of every month, hospitality industry workers can eat free at Feges BBQ, 3 Greenway Plaza. Thanks to an anonymous donor, the bbq spot is...
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Reviews For The Uneasily Quarantined:
No Man's Land

4 months ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title: No Man's Land Describe This Movie In One "If I Can Find A Clean Shirt" Lyric: WILLIE & WAYLON: No I ain't going down on the border with you tonight. Brief Plot Synopsis: "El Hombre del Rio Nevado." Rating Using Random Objects Relevant To The Film:  2 Phil Hicks out...
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12 Days of Favorite Houston Food & Drink Experiences in 2020, Part 11: Stores & Products

Welcome to the 11th part of a series where we showcase the noteworthy food and drink experiences of a very weird year. In the spirit of the holidays, it's also a very special collaboration between the food writers of the Houston Press and Houston Food Finder, the online publication founded...
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4 Hard Truths the Democrats Have to Face About the Election

6 months ago by Jef Rouner
While the election of Joe Biden to the presidency is a call for celebration after four years of corruption, lies, and incompetency, the Democratic Party got some rude awakenings this cycle. The left just wouldn’t be the left if we didn’t immediately pick our scabs and drop them into our...
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12 Days of Favorite Houston Food & Drink Experiences in 2020, Part 6: Coffee

Welcome to the sixth part of a series where we showcase the noteworthy food and drink experiences of a very weird year. In the spirit of the holidays, it's also a very special collaboration between the food writers of the Houston Press and Houston Food Finder, the online publication founded...
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Daniel Wong's Kitchen - Closed

The venerable chef Wong is no longer at the top of his game, but many Houstonians still count his eccentric dishes among the most interesting Chinese food in Houston. The Rio Grande Valley beef,...
Chinese, Restaurants

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