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Posts from September 2017

  • Vocal Local: Jonathan Beitler
    September 29, 2017
    Houston is often referred to as the biggest little city in the nation. The neighborly love and friendly spirit here is often referenced, and never was it more on display than during Hurricane Harvey. Jonathan Beitler, owner of the public relations firm Barrelhouse Media, along with countless chefs and restaurants throughout the city, sprang into action immediately after the storm subsided. Armed with a team of other volunteers from around the country, the collective group was able to prepare
  • Lady Bunny to Headline Houston Coming Out Party
    September 25, 2017
    From a small house party in the Heights to a series of fundraisers that collectively draw more than 1,000 people annually, OutReach United has dramatically expanded its reach over the last 11 years to become one of the city’s most visible LGBT organizations. The group's flagship event, the Houston Coming Out Party, celebrates an important milestone for most LGBT individuals and raises money for local nonprofits. This year’s event, set for October 14, will feature nationally...
  • Your Guide to the Fall 2017 Schedule
    September 22, 2017
    While I personally love summers in Houston (pool days and lots of A/C), one thing about it is terrible: the television. Luckily fall television is about to commence and we have the lowdown on returning faves and some new shows to look out for. Transparent The groundbreaking dramedy returns for it’s fourth season. Has our Pfefferman clan learned to get along or are they just as caustic as ever? The previews suggest the latter. Premieres September 22 on Amazon Star Trek: Discovery Calling...
  • How You Can Keep Houston Strong
    September 21, 2017
    Although it has been a few weeks since Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Houston and surrounding areas, there is still so much work to be done to repair our wonderful city and help make its inhabitants whole again. For some, life has somewhat returned to normal but many others are still in dire need. It is important not to forget our fellow Houstonians and continue to keep Houston strong by doing our part. With that said, if you are still looking for ways to help those impacted most by