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Openings and Closings: Flower Child Heights, Fiori Montrose

7 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Fiori, 4315 Montrose, opened July 10. It takes over the spot of Montrose and Richmond that has previously housed French boutique restaurants like La Villa and Brasserie Max and Julie. The Italian restaurant offers beautifully done dishes from executive chef Marcos Salazar. The space also features a florist, Flowers and...

Liberty DeVitto: Billy Joel's Big Beat Man Remembers

7 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
For nearly 30 years, he provided the big backbeat behind Billy Joel as a core member of his band for hundreds of concerts around the world and on a string of hugely successful records. The two also formed a deep personal relationship, enjoying good times and the vast fruits of...

Upcoming Houston Food Events: Astros Game Day Burgers and National Tequila Day

15 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss these deliciously fun culinary happenings: River Oaks District seafood tavern, Loch Bar, 4444 Westheimer, is rolling out Game Day specials in time for opening day. During all Astros games, guests can enjoy the “Bregman Burger Special” which is the signature Loch...

The Jayhawks Embrace Band Democracy on XOXO

17 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
In the Age of Coronavirus, bands releasing new records are facing challenges unlike those at any other time. The grinding halt of much of the industry leaves a lot of time for musicians to stay at home to pursue interest of both musical and non-musical variety. That includes Karen Grotberg...

This Week in Houston Food Events: A Brunch Favorite Returns (With Cinnamon Rolls To Boot)

2 months ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Though social distancing is in effect and bars and restaurants are closed for in-house services, the ever-strong Houston food community continues to truck on. This week, you can support local restaurants by carrying out or making reservations for dine-in service, celebrate...

Openings and Closings: Black Restaurant Week Begins, State Fare Sugar Land

28 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Houston Black Restaurant Week launches July 10 and will run through July 19. The week-long event will feature black-owned restaurants throughout eight cities. The Black Restaurant Week LLC began in Houston in 2016, founded by  Warren Luckett and co-founders Falayn Ferrell and Derek Robinson. It started as a one-city food...

Streaming Concert Watch 7/1: Bowling For Soup and More

1 month ago by Matthew Keever
Is it already (and yet only) July? So far, it feel like 2020 has been simultaneously the shortest and longest year on record. This whole pandemic has thrown me for a loop, and I’ve never had such an open calendar since I had a driver’s license. But I'm trying to...

Openings and Closings: The Union Kitchen Katy Opens, Lucky's Pub East Closes

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
This week has some surprising new openings and some sad closings, some permanent, some just temporary. As Texas sees a second spike in COVID-19, it's inevitable that it would affect the restaurant industry. Staff are on the front lines serving guests and while most employees are wearing masks, many customers...

In Praise of Drummers: Goodbye Arthur Hays

2 months ago by David Ensminger
Arthur Hays was an irreplaceable figure in music scenes that included San Antonio, Austin, and most recently Houston. A Texas native son born who graduated from high school in the early 1970s, he was a rock'n'roll drum legend whose sheer titanic pounding, flexing rhythmic force, and sheer velocity filled records by The Next, The Ideals, Mystery Dates, Bang Gang, Hickoids, and more, including the project of a lifetime, Screech of Death, an old school punk unit anchored by the love of his life Lisafer/Lisa Pifer. Arthur was a genuine figure that endured some tough times, including multiple stints in prison, but he found a state of grace in the end through his music community and punk family values.

Stone Crush Revives "Lost" era of Memphis Soul & Funk

4 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
When most people think of Memphis Soul, it’s the era from the mid-‘60s to mid-‘70s where labels like Stax and Hi put out the massively popular – then and now – music by artists like Otis Redding, Al Green, Booker T. and the MG’s, Sam and Dave, Carla Thomas, and...

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