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Best steakhouses in Houston to take Dad for Father's Day
Entertainment
Published in 7-6-2016
    919 Visits

Let's face it -- fathers often have a thankless job. And while no number of dinners can make up for your sulking, rebellious teenage years, treating Pops to one of the best steakhouses around certainly doesn't hurt.

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The best people-watching at Free Press Summer Fest
Entertainment
Published in 7-6-2016
    480 Visits

Beautiful people. Fun times. 

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First Look: Steak 48
Entertainment
Published in 7-6-2016
    489 Visits

The new River Oaks District steakhouse set to open June 14

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Cane Rosso now open in the Heights
Entertainment
Published in 7-6-2016
    672 Visits

Dallas-based restaurant specializes in Neapolitan-style pizza; second Houston store to open in the fall

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Detre Val: The talent we met outside of Free Press Summer Fest
Entertainment
Published in 7-6-2016
    1043 Visits

Just wait and hear his Chronicle freestyle. 

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First Look: Hopdoddy at River Oaks District
Entertainment
Published in 31-5-2016
    921 Visits

Burgers and Beer restaurant opens to the public May 30; expect long lines for this eagerly awaited Austin import

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Don't feel like cooking this Memorial Day? Check out these barbecue restaurants in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 31-5-2016
    1114 Visits

Memorial Day means many people are taking the day off from work -- and some are opting to take the day off from cooking, too.

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Flooding forces Free Press Summer Festival to relocate to NRG Park
Entertainment
Published in 31-5-2016
    1153 Visits

Flooding will force the Free Press Summer Festival to relocate to the NRG Park, organizers announced Sunday.

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Variety is spice of life for 'Maya & Marty'
Entertainment
Published in 31-5-2016
    369 Visits
If you doubt that Maya Rudolph and Martin Short are funny together - indeed, a match made in heaven - just recall their memorable number on the 40th anniversary special for "Saturday Night Live." Rudolph revived her uncanny impersonation of Beyoncé, resplendent in her lace bodysuit, her tresses billowing from a wind machine that threatened to blow Short offstage. [...] these multitalented stars ...>>
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Celebs join forces with Houstonians at flood relief concert
Entertainment
Published in 24-5-2016
    259 Visits

The event, spearheaded by Mayor Sylvester Turner and singer Clay Walker, featured country, R&B and Tejano stars.

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Ellie Goulding makes Houston dance
Entertainment
Published in 24-5-2016
    1173 Visits

She called Houston "simultaneously one of the best crowds I've had on this tour. And shy."

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Facebook reverses decision to ban ad featuring plus-size model Tess Holliday
Entertainment
Published in 24-5-2016
    733 Visits

The plus-size model behind the #effyourbeautystandards campaign probably has a few more choice words for Facebook.

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Selena Gomez talks burrito sweat beds, overnight makeup, and hair envy
Entertainment
Published in 24-5-2016
    436 Visits

Selena Gomez is the world's most popular girl in school.

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MFA Cafe gets new chef
Entertainment
Published in 24-5-2016
    732 Visits

Marlies Wasterval takes new position at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston whose cafe also will serve weekend brunch

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Rihanna makes another visit to Houston strip club
Entertainment
Published in 17-5-2016
    848 Visits

The pop superstar showed up at V Live Houston after her Toyota Center performance.

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