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Announcing the Houston Theater Awards 2019

1 year ago by D. L. Groover
When our distinguished panel met to finalize our winners and nominees for the 2018-19 Houston Theater Awards, the meeting was surprisingly amicable. Many of our choices were unanimous, or close to it, which I think speaks highly of the quality of this year's winners. It was, by all accounts, a...

Openings and Closings: Whiskey Cake Expands to Stafford, Bar 5015 Will Depart

1 year ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Whiskey Cake Kitchen and Bar, 12201 Southwest Freeway, is expected to open this fall at The Grid, a multi-million, multi-use complex in Stafford. This will be the eighth location for the "Farm to Fork" concept, with locations in San Antonio, Dallas, Plano, Oklahoma City and Tampa.  It will be the...

Patty Waters Sings Again, Scheduled to Make Her Texas Debut

2 years ago by Steve Jansen
Patty Waters’s back catalog isn’t all that impressive when viewed in a perfunctory manner. Two records, entitled Sings and College Tour, in the 1960s for the ESP-Disk label. Then absolutely nothing for basically 30 years. But she’s a legend. One of the greatest in jazz and free-jazz history. And not...

Are Voters Ready to Elect a Gay Judge to the Texas Supreme Court?

3 years ago by Dianna Wray
It was when the Texas Supreme Court justices reversed themselves on benefits to same-sex partners, that Harris County District Judge Steven Kirkland decided he'd had enough. Just the year before those exact same nine judges had upheld a ruling that the City of Houston could provide the benefits. But now,...

A Chat with Steve Scalice of Dean's Credit Clothing

11 years ago by Sarah Rufka
Steve Scalice, who has co-owned and run Dean's Credit Clothing downtown for ten years, is the sole owner of the new Dean's in Montrose, a roomier version of the retro lounge. "The biggest difference between this Dean's and downtown right now is we don't have the clothes -- yet. The...

Openings & Closings: Welcome Roostar to Uptown/Galleria

3 years ago by Cuc Lam
Roostar Vietnamese Grill formally opened its second location in the Uptown/Galleria area on May 1. The popular banh mi shop has expanded its menu to include beer service at the 5551 Richmond spot. The original Roostar opened as Vietnam Poblano in 2013 at 1411 Gessner near Memorial City Mall. Co-owners,...

Bucket List 2017: Folkies, Fish and Football

3 years ago by Jeff Balke
In the eighth installment of the 2017 Houston Bucket List is a conglomeration of stuff that is so wildly different, it could only find itself in Houston. Celebrating diversity, getting into the outdoors, listening to some history (in a tiny club or a century-old hotel)'s all part of the H-town adventure.

21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Rodeo, Regatta and a Burlesque Festival

3 years ago by Houston Press
Tuesday, March 7 Prairie View A&M provides the goats and Houston provides the talent for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s Celebrity Dairy Goat Milking Contest, a frantic 60 seconds of morning radio hosts, TV personalities and journalists vying for the title of Milker Supreme. Self-professed city girl Rhonda O’Donovan,...

21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Night-Time Dog, Acro-cats and Antiquing

4 years ago by Houston Press
Tuesday, January 24 A neighbor’s dog is dead and young Christopher Boone sets out to solve the mystery. What makes The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time all the more interesting is that Christopher has high-function autism and doesn’t like to be touched. Adapted from the best-seller by...

World AIDS Day: A Reason to Remember December 1

4 years ago by Sam Byrd
In honor of World AIDS Day on December 1, we’ve decided to bravely speak about the disease as well as detail a list of resources for education, testing and support.

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