I recently had the pleasure of attending the Houston BBQ Festival at NRG Park. I bought VIP tickets the day they were released and waited anxiously the morning of the event to set off on I-10 in search of Houston’s best barbecue. There were roughly two dozen restaurants providing a wide variety of smoky goodness.
A mother. A daughter. Three possible dads. And a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget. The 35th anniversary season of the Lutcher Theater comes to an end Wednesday, June 17 with the world’s No. 1 show, Mamma Mia!
A few tickets remain and can be purchase online at lutcher.org for $70-$35 or by calling (409) 886-5535.
If you’re looking for fast food that isn’t “fast food,” pass up the chain restaurants and cruise on over to Beaumont’s White Horse Bar & Grill for a dining experience unlike any other. Open daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., White Horse is conveniently situated close to Parkdale Mall on the city’s north end, but nestled away from mall traffic on the opposite side of the freeway.
B.B. King, the tireless ambassador of blues music, American music in general, and the United States of America in particular, died peacefully in his sleep May 14, 2015, at his home in Las Vegas. He was 89. Born Riley B.
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