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Houstonians Aren’t “Overdue” For Their Flu Shots, Despite Conflicting Messages

10 hours ago by Schaefer Edwards
Houston Methodist patients recently received an alarming message on their online MyChart inboxes. As of August 1, the healthcare provider told people they were “overdue” for their annual flu shot. Understandably unnerved by the message’s phrasing — sent in the middle of a bona fide public health crisis that has...

As Training Camp Begins, NFL Gets Good News on COVID-19 Testing Front

10 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
I think even the most tunnel-visioned sports fanatics would admit that they knew the return fo sports amid a global pandemic was going to be a dicey proposition, with many peaks and valleys. The NBA's bubble in Orlando has been as close to flawless as it gets, with literally three...

Canoe Chronicles: The Obsession and the Search

11 hours ago by Jeff Balke
In the height of a raging pandemic, I drove to north Texas to buy a canoe. Let me explain. My brother-in-law is an outdoorsy guy. Eric and his family live in Austin in a beautiful house that backs up to the city's green belt. My wife and I would visit...

This Week in Houston Food Events: Free Coffee Mondays and Fly By Tacos

11 hours ago by Brooke Viggiano
Though social distancing is in effect, bars are closed for in-house services and restaurants have limited capacities, 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, eat for a cause during Houston Restaurant Weeks,...

America: 50 Years of Golden Music and Nameless Horses

11 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
If you’re a fan of the band America – the trio behind such classic rock warhorses as, well, “A Horse with No Name” along with “Sister Golden Hair,” “Ventura Highway,” “Tin Man,” “Lonely People,” “Sandman,” “I Need You,” and “You Can Do Magic,” you have one organization to thank: The...

Possible Santería Animal Sacrifice Found in Galveston

11 hours ago by Jef Rouner
On Wednesday, August 5 at 2 p.m., Houston artist Autumn Smith and her boyfriend J.D. Hartman were walking on the trails in the East End Lagoon Nature Preserve. Because the trail is fairly short and they wanted to get a bit more exercise, they decided to wander off the beaten...

Reviews For The Uneasily Quarantined:
Waiting For The Barbarians

3 days ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title: Waiting for the Barbarians Describe This Movie In One Farewell to the King Quote: COLONEL FERGUSON: When you're young you think you're blazing a trail. One day you look down and notice it's a beaten track. Brief Plot Synopsis: Things fall apart; The center cannot hold. Rating Using Random Objects Relevant To...

Openings and Closings: Brennan's New Executive Chef, Phat Ghost Kitchen

3 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Phat Kitchen, 2616 Blodgett, is slated to open in early September 2020 at Cloud Kitchen's Blodgett Food Hall. Cloud Kitchen is specifically designed for production kitchens creating food for off-premise dining. Phat Kitchen will join a number of other "ghost kitchens" operating at the food hall. Phat Kitchen comes from...

Experience All Four Seasons This Weekend With Houston Symphony

3 days ago by Sam Byrd
Houston Symphony presents Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Serenade in G major, and William Grant Still’s “Summerland” from Three Visions as part of its Live from Jones Hall virtual series this Saturday at 8 p.m.

Splice Records Video Premiere: Colin Lake Explores The "Forces Of Nature"

3 days ago by Gladys Fuentes
People have long looked for signs to help them find their way through life. Nature, the stars and God have all been popularly employed in these quests with accompanying responses either subtle or loud and clear. In Colin Lake's new single “Forces Of Nature,” the title track to his upcoming...

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