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

Here’s your shot 

Next Week, Anyone Can Get a Covid-19 Vaccine in Texas

Starting March 29, The Texas Department of State Health Services is opening eligibility to all Texans.

03/23/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

covid sucks

Houston Bar and Restaurant Professionals Reflect on the Pandemic

An oral history of what Covid-19 has done to the Houston hospitality industry.

03/17/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

Acting In Isolation

With Medea, the Alley Is Virtual and More Vulnerable

Elizabeth Bunch talks about filming shows at home and playing the titular role in Euripides’s play.

03/16/2021 By Rebekah Kibodeaux

Listen Up

Which Music Venues are Maintaining Covid-19 Restrictions?

A list of theaters ensuring safety with mask policies and social distancing.

03/15/2021 By Sydney Davis

Ballet all day

With the Houston Ballet, You’re In Good Company

Each week through April, the company is releasing videos from its new dance film on social media.

03/12/2021 By Raven Wuebker

Covid sucks

Coronavirus: Lessons Learned 1 Year After Everything Stopped

We recap a year of the pandemic in Houston.

03/11/2021 By Houstonia Staff

Give us the money

Congress Just Passed $1.9 Trillion in Covid-19 Relief

Here’s what to know about stimulus checks and where all that money is going.

03/10/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Home Edition

I Had a Ball at the 2021 Virtual Houston Ballet Ball

Guests got the VIP treatment last Friday night.

03/10/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Cough Cough

Covering Food in a Year with the Coronavirus: Just Wear a Mask

How to sum up the last 365 days? It's messy.

03/08/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

Know before you go

A List of Houston Museums and Attractions Keeping Covid-19 Restrictions

Here’s a roundup of places where you’ll still have to mask up.

03/05/2021 By Rob Sanford

Playing It Safe

A List of Restaurants, Bars Not Getting Rid of Covid-19 Restrictions

Not comfortable with running free? We're putting together a list to help you.

03/03/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

The Kids of the 2021 Houston Livestock Show

Ava Pluchino's Mornings Begin at the Barn with Her Heifer, Betsy

The FFA vice president putting passion over the pandemic’s many obstacles.

03/03/2021 By Allison Miles

Big News

Gov. Abbott Reverses Practically Every Covid-19 Mandate, Including the Face Mask Order

Houstonians react to the governor’s March 2 announcement.

03/02/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt With Timothy Malcolm

Market Watch

The Spring Nutcracker Market Is Coming Back to NRG

After a year of cancelled and virtual events, the Houston Ballet’s annual shopping spree is returning in person this April.

03/02/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Get It

How Houston's BIPOC Small Businesses Can Get a $10,000 Grant

It's time to apply for The Comcast RISE Investment fund.

02/25/2021 By Raven Wuebker

Hope on the Horizon

The FDA Authorizes the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine for Emergency Use

The third vaccine to be authorized since December, this shot requires only one dose.

02/24/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Travel Tips

How to Travel in 2021

What it's really like to fly across the world right now.

02/23/2021 By Bill Wiatrak