Who's calling the shots?

Gov. Abbott Bans Vaccine Passports in Texas

Cruise line Carnival announced today that it will require proof of vaccination on its ships, two of which are docked in Galveston, but the governor's rebuttal includes a ban on vaccine requirements for any business operating in Texas.

06/07/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Capturing a Moment

Behind the Lens of FotoFest's Recording the Blur

The new photography exhibition, which opens June 5, responds to 2020, the year of shared isolation.

06/03/2021 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

Dancing for joy

Shows at Miller Outdoor Theatre Continue All Summer Long

The theater is two-stepping back into live music, plays, and gatherings, while staying safe, of course.

06/01/2021 By Sydney Davis

Plus, there’s a brand-new feature attraction

UPDATED: Mandalorian Cast Members Flying into Space City for Comicpalooza

Other properties featured so far include "Dragon Ball Z," "Hellboy," "Saved by the Bell," and pro wrestling. 

05/28/2021 By Emma Schkloven

How Goode It Felt

Scenes from My First Family Dinner in a Restaurant

Just being inside a dining room means so much.

05/26/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

Is my pet okay!?

Q&A: How to Prepare Your Pet When You Head Back to Work

We talked to local pet behaviorist Dr. Lore Haug about what to do.

05/17/2021 By Kaitlyn Miller

Cheers

Texas Passes Booze To-Go ... So, Now What?

Now bars and restaurants can sell take-out beer, wine, and spirits for good.

05/12/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

Brave New World

Houston's Music Community Reflects on the Pandemic

Bayou City musicians weathered Covid-19 any way they could.

05/11/2021 By Chris Gray

Big News

FDA Expands Pfizer's Covid-19 Vaccine to Kids Age 12 and Older

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration amended its emergency-use authorization to include younger ages Monday.

05/10/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Paperwork

Here's How Houston Restaurants Can Recoup Pandemic Losses

The Small Business Administration has opened the application process for a funding program.

05/06/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

Let’s party

Junior League of Houston Raises $600K at Its Virtual Gala

On May 1, guests celebrated the League from the comfort of their own homes.

05/05/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

You won’t miss this shot

You Don’t Need an Appointment Anymore to Get a Covid-19 Vaccine

All you need to do is show up to NRG.

04/19/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

The Guilty Party

The Secret Symptom of Covid-19

What happens when your shame is just as bad as the coronavirus?

04/14/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

An explainer 

CDC Advisors: You Can Resume the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

The one-dose vaccine was paused after it caused dangerous blood clots in rare cases.  

04/13/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Play ball

Fans Can Go Back to Minute Maid Park, But Here are the Rules

To keep people safe from Covid-19, the Astros have implemented new safety regulations.

04/08/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Let's Go

The CDC Loosened Its Travel Rules

What to know if you're fully vaccinated and ready to roam.

04/06/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

vaccine hesitancy

Why Are Some Houstonians Afraid to Get a Covid-19 Vaccine?

We talked to Bayou City residents about why they do or don’t want to get vaccinated.

04/05/2021 By Sydney Davis

Here comes the Easter bunny

Yes, You Can Have an Easter Egg Hunt This Weekend

Be safe, but you can enjoy the nice weather, says the CDC.

04/02/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

home sweet home

How Covid-19 Actually Boosted Houston Real Estate Last Year

The growth in Houston’s market isn’t going to be extinguished any time soon.

03/26/2021 By Laura Furr Mericas

Start your engines

UPDATED: Houston’s Art Car Is Revving Up for In-Person May Events

There's no air in the parade's tires this year, but you’ll still be able to get your fix of mobile masterpieces.

03/24/2021 By Emma Schkloven