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Galveston Island: Where Things Go Bump in the Night

16 hours ago by Susie Tommaney
When Johnny Kowalski moved to Galveston he expected to find a sleepy party town. But what he found instead was a rich cultural history and whispers of the paranormal, so he decided to dig deeper. With an encyclopedic brain and a thirst for facts, Kowalski started looking at all of the...
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Hitting The Gym After Happy Hour Is Not Uncommon

16 hours ago by Kate McLean
Whether fueled by guilt or the pressure to pack in a full day, for some adults, hitting the gym after happy hour is not uncommon. The Houston Press conducted a poll and of 25 male and females ages 27-42, 13 admitted to having worked out under the influence of alcohol...
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Frustration But Not Fright From The Rabbit Cage

16 hours ago by Jessica Goldman
Bless their hearts. This saying is among the first Southern phrases one learns upon moving to Houston. My understanding of it, in its kindest iteration, is that it conveys a feeling of empathy. An acknowledgment that effort was made, even if the intended results were not achieved. A gold star...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: Endless Tacos and a $100 PB&J

17 hours ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: New Special $100 Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich at BCK In an effort to promote local Heights businesses, BCK, 933 Studewood, has added the $100 Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich to its menu, partnering with notable area shops to offer a...
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Get Ready to Sing Out as Cats Returns to Houston in All its Furry, Live, Acrobatic Glory

17 hours ago by Margaret Downing
For weeks now, Brandon Michael Nase, who has performed in theaters across the country, who holds a master of music degree from New York University and who includes opera in the type of music he likes to sing, has gone to a job where he puts on a giant, furry cat...
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Vivian Campbell's Last in Line Mixes Dio Legacy and New Tunes

17 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
Ronnie James Dio played with a lot of different bands and musicians throughout his career. Arguably the owner of heavy metal’s finest voice, he’s graced albums by Elf, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, and his own long-running band Dio. For many fans, his pinnacle was the 1983-85 run of those first three...
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NFL Week 6, Massive Road Win: Texans 31, Chiefs 24 — 4 Winners, 4 Losers

17 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
Three weeks ago, the Houston Texans beat the Los Angeles Chargers in Carson, CA, and we called it the biggest win of the Bill O'Brien Era. Since then, the Chargers haven't really done much to fortify the magnitude of that win, but whatever. The win felt good. Now, three weeks...
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Eric Andre Performs For A Packed Cullen Hall Complete With Ranch Dressing

2 days ago by DeVaughn Douglas
“I need two people to come up here and chug some ranch! We’re about to have a good old fashion Texas ranch off!” yelled Eric Andre as audience members ran toward the stage at Cullen Performance Hall on the University of Houston campus. A group of about ten rushed their...
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4th Wall Theatre Co. Presents the Sadly Dysfunctional Family of The Glass Menagerie

3 days ago by D. L. Groover
Tennessee Williams' classic play The Glass Menagerie (1945), certainly his most personal work and, perhaps, his best, is not known for skidding off the rails. But 4th Wall Theatre Company's production careens dangerously close to the edge. I have suspicions why it doesn't move us as it should, why its...
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Salt, Root and Roe a Quietly Emotional Ride at Stages Repertory Theatre

3 days ago by Natalie de la Garza
Twin sisters enter into a suicide pact in Stages Repertory Theatre's production of Salt, Root and Roe.

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