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Already Dealing With the Halloween Jump in COVID Cases, Healthcare Workers Brace for Thanksgiving

7 days ago by Anna Ta
The very thing that made the holidays great before COVID is striking fear into the heart of the healthcare system – families gathering and being merry. There’s plenty of reason to suspect that the holidays will send cases skyrocketing. Two weeks after Halloween, the greater Houston area saw an uptick...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: Sip Festive Cocktails at a Holiday Pop-Up Bar

3 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Tuesdays Roti Breakfast Taco Tuesdays at Phat Kitchen Phat Kitchen, the new ghost kitchen operating out of Blodgett Food Hall, 2616 Blodgett, has announced a weekly buy one-get one special on its Roti Breakfast Tacos on Taco Tuesdays. To take advantage,...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: 50-Cent Kolache and a Farm-To-Table Sunday Supper

1 month ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Monday-Tuesday Burger Battle of the Century at Rodeo Goat Rodeo Goat Ice House, 2105 Dallas, is running the Burger Battle of the Century campaign through Tuesday, November 3. Choose between the The Biden Burger — a Delaware surf and turf served...
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Heavens Help Us: The Wheel Workers Send an "S.O.S." to the Cosmos

1 month ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
The Beatles once sang about getting by with a little help from our friends. A new single by The Wheel Workers takes that notion to intergalactic extremes. The new song is dubbed “S.O.S.” The upbeat, synth-driven track releases today and you might describe it as Stereolab meets Radiolab. Sonically, it...
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Openings and Closings: Yi Peng Thai, Masraff's Open, Good Dog Montrose Will Close

13 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Yi Peng Thai Dining, 798 Sorella Court, opened at CityCentre October 28. Located next to Fellini Café, this is the first location in the United States for the upscale Thai eatery, owned by CPF and led by of Junnajet “Jett” and Jira Hurapan. Named after the annual sky lantern festival...
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During COVID, Houston’s Influencers Use TikTok to Connect to a Local Audience

20 days ago by Anna Ta
To the uninitiated, TikTok is a platform for teens to share 30 second dance routines and memes. To the addicted, well, it depends. Are you on DIY TikTok? Straight TikTok? Or maybe your algorithm has stumbled onto Kameron Whiteside’s videos and you’ve found Houston real estate TikTok. Whiteside, as fitting...
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The Fight Over Which Union's Rules Theaters Follow Comes To Houston

21 days ago by Jessica Goldman
It's easy to imagine that audience members were thrilled when Stages announced they would be streaming the jukebox musical, Honky Tonk Laundry, live from the Gordy for one week beginning November 10. An honest to goodness live show? Broadcast from an actual stage inside a real theater? Performers in the...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: The Fall/Winter Menus Are Here

24 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: All week long Saint Arnold Beer Dinner at State Fare Kitchen & Bar State Fare, 947 Gessner, 15930 City Walk, is collaborating with Saint Arnold Brewing Company to host a weeklong beer dinner, featuring four courses and pairs (plus swag) for...
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These Houston Restaurants and Bars Are Offering Discounts and Free Meals This Veterans Day

28 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
Restaurants and bars across Houston will be honoring veterans and active-duty military with free meals, food and drink specials, discounts and more this Veterans Day, which falls on Wednesday, November 11. Bowl & Barrel, 797 Sorella  Bowl & Barrel is offering a free burger for all veterans with a valid...
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Turner Sounds Alarm On Houston COVID-19 Metrics Ahead Of Potential Third Wave

1 month ago by Schaefer Edwards
On Monday afternoon, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Dr. Persse of the Houston Health Department warned city residents that troubling upticks in Houston’s COVID-19 metrics could portend a dangerous coronavirus surge if people don’t take precautions soon. Turner said that weeks of watching Houston’s COVID-19 test positivity rate decline led...

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