Stranger Than Fiction

Novelist Tom Abrahams Wrote About an Imagined Pandemic, Then Came COVID-19

The author behind the "Traveler" series talks about watching fiction become reality.

04/15/2020 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

The Arts Will Go On

Houston Artist Relief Funds Kick into High Gear

Organizations of all sizes and scopes are working together to assist Bayou City artists during the coronavirus pandemic.

04/15/2020 By Emma Schkloven

A Little Going a Long Way

In The Woodlands, Foodies Are Giving Back to Restaurant Workers

A look at a community-based fundraiser doing good for hospitality professionals.

04/15/2020 By Meredith Nudo

Cheers

Are Bar and Restaurant Drink Kits Worth It? We'd Say So

Sure you have to mix it together, but you're doing more than just buying ingredients.

04/15/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

Fashion, thy name is face mask

Send Us Photos of Your Face Masks, And We'll Have a Fashion Show (Virtually)

We all have to wear masks now, so we might as well look good.

04/15/2020 By Catherine Wendlandt

"Not Doing Things"

One Houston Native Is Selling Hats To Support Healthcare Workers in New York

Emily Brill's hats started out as a joke. Now, she's using them to help out.

04/14/2020 By Catherine Wendlandt

Shake It Up

What You Need For Your Home Bar

Since we're all staying in these days, why not be your own mixologist? Here are some tips.

04/14/2020 By Craig Hlavaty

Houston, We Have An Anniversary

UPDATED: 7 At-Home Activities To Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 13

Space Center Houston may be closed, but there's still plenty of ways to celebrate NASA's "successful failure."

04/13/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Get Comfy

6 Tex-Mex Spots For Takeout, Curbside Pick-Up

Need some queso? Some enchiladas? Yeah, we got you.

04/13/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

SOS

8 Tips To Help Parents Stay Sane

We know it's hard, you got this.

04/13/2020 By Gwendolyn Knapp

5-0 Forever

Update: Will The Rock Revive the XFL?

After the league shut down and declared bankruptcy, a new and familiar challenger emerges.

04/10/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

COVID-19

The New Normal: Feeding Hospitality Workers in Need

You can donate to a cause that helps feed the unemployed.

04/10/2020 By Samantha Dorisca

5 Things: The Lonely Listening Edition

5 Houston Podcasts to Fuel You Through Your Weekend

Texas history, barbecue, and space—what more could you need?

04/10/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Need To Know

I’ve Filed For Unemployment. Now What?

Our burning questions about employment and benefits amid the coronavirus, answered.

04/09/2020 By Laura Furr Mericas

Shock Waves

Houston Museum of Natural Science Announces Furloughs and Salary Cuts

The museum is the latest organization to take a financial hit amid COVID-19.

04/09/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Connections

A Houston-trained Doctor's Advice from a COVID-19 Hotspot in Italy

An immunologist describes the epidemic he has been facing in Milan.

04/09/2020 By Dianna Wray

Helpful Tune

Houston Couple Creates Nonprofit To Support Bayou City Musicians in Need

The Houston Music Foundation will also support musicians during natural disasters in the future.

04/09/2020 By Craig Hlavaty

Get Thee To Naptime

Quarantine with the Kids: A Parent's Diary

How one of our editors is juggling work while trying to juggle an infant.

04/09/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

Don't Go

County & City Parks Close for Easter Weekend

Terry Hershey Park, George Bush Park, and ALL area parks and trails will be off limits.

04/09/2020 By Gwendolyn Knapp

COVID-19

Food News: Restaurant Developments as Pandemic Continues

Big donations to feed those affected, plus a ghost hall appears.

04/08/2020 By Timothy Malcolm