Covid-19

While Texas Bars Can Open to 50-Percent Capacity, They Probably Won't in Harris County

Gov. Greg Abbott also announced that other businesses at a 50-percent cap can boost operations.

10/07/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

#BadBadBeagle

Need A Laugh, Houston Party Goblins? Iliza Shlesinger's Got Your Friday Covered

The "Elder Millennial" comedian makes a stop at Moonstruck Drive-In on Oct 9. And yeah, we mean in person.

10/07/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Jazzing Up Livestreams

Da Camera Announces Two New Series and a Range of Virtual Fall Concerts

The jazz and chamber music presenter stops for no one—not even Covid-19.

10/06/2020 By Emma Schkloven

They Will Rock You

Concerts Are Returning to Houston, Thank the Music Gods

White Oak Music Hall is launching a new outdoor concert series, plus other venues announce upcoming shows.

10/06/2020 By Emma Schkloven

It’s off for the races

Houston Marathon Goes Virtual in 2021

Folks now have a 10-day period to complete the 49th annual marathon. Here's how.

10/05/2020 By Catherine Wendlandt

Helping hands

Houston's Artists Are Hurting. Here's How You Can Help

Covid-19 hasn't killed their creative spirits, so keep showing them that support.

10/05/2020 By Aarohi Sheth

Spiritual Spaces

Welcome Back to the Rothko

The faith-inclusive chapel reopened to the public at the end of September after a 19-month restoration.

10/02/2020 By Rebekah Kibodeaux

The Times Are A-Changin’

Our Fall Arts Guide, Coronavirus Edition

Here’s what’s happening (and not happening) this season in Houston's arts and culture world.

09/29/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Your Home Garden

Find a Green Haven at the Flora Culture

The Uptown plant boutique offers a little bit of everything for first-time owners and niche collectors alike.

09/28/2020 By Brittany Cristiano

Keep the Engine Running

Covid-19 Is Creating Detours for Houston's Food Trucks

Big dreams have been delayed because of the coronavirus, but the food is still being served.

09/28/2020 By Aarohi Sheth

El Zócalo

The Alley Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month in Virtual Style

The monthlong programming includes virtual readings, original stories, and musical performances.

09/25/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Healthy communications

A Relationship Expert’s Guide on Connecting and Communicating During the Pandemic

Mary Jo Rapini sheds light on how to strengthen relationships while living in unprecedented uncertainty.

09/25/2020 By Kaitlyn Miller

Meat Me Somewhere

Southern Smoke Festival Pivots with a Weekend of Events and Specials

While we can't all get in line for Franklin Barbecue, we can have plenty of beef, lamb, and pork.

09/22/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

Shots, shots, shots

It's Even More Important Than Ever to Get a Flu Shot This Year

A Houston doctor tells us why.

09/22/2020 By Raven Wuebker

The social-distancing social

Houston Is One of the Biggest Virtual Partying Cities in the U.S.

According to a new study from Evite, the Bayou City kept calm and virtually partied on in 2020.

09/22/2020 By Catherine Wendlandt

Day to Night

Get a Good Night’s Rest and Protect Yourself from Covid-19 with 41 Winks 

Katy native Olivia White runs the sleep-mask company, which pivoted at the pandemic’s beginnings to start selling face masks as well.

09/22/2020 By Raven Wuebker

Even Ninjas Cry Sometimes

Houston Covid Nurse Talks Competing on American Ninja Warrior

Pauline Avila, an ICU nurse at Houston Methodist, and her husband competed in season 12 of the NBC sports entertainment show, which premiered Sept 7.

09/21/2020 By Raven Wuebker

Live from the Cullen

HGO Kicks Off Digital Season with "Covid Concert"

We spoke with soprano Tamara Wilson about selecting music for the recital and the need for hopeful, uplifting songs.

09/18/2020 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

The 15-percent rule

Hospitalizations Are the Key to Texas Reopenings, Abbott Announces

Regions with low Covid-19 hospitalization rates can begin expanding reopenings immediately.

09/17/2020 By Catherine Wendlandt

Covid-19

Abbott: Bars to Stay Closed as Restaurants Move to 75 Percent Capacity

As hospitalization rates have decreased, the Texas governor says some food-and-drink operations can increase.

09/17/2020 By Timothy Malcolm