Hop to It for Brunch, Lunch — or Later! Here’s Where to Eat on Easter Sunday

Robin Barr Sussman

WHETHER YOU ARE brunching with the Bunny (kids in tow), thirsty for Bloody Marys, or craving prime rib, seafood and seasonal strawberry desserts served to you on a silver platter, H-Town has the Easter weekend feast for every bunny. Here are our top picks.

‘I Will Not Die,’ Vows Former CityBook Coverguy Who Survived Vicious Nine-Time Shooting

Robin Barr Sussman

BEFORE CHRISTOPHER KATTHAGE, a onetime Houston CityBook magazine cover model, got shot nine times in his apartment complex parking lot last April, the Marine vet was a thriving fitness trainer, oil and gas recruiter, and competing body builder. It’s been a year since the accident, and his comeback has been nothing short of incredible.

Grammy-Winning Ensemble Hits a High Note, Honors Founders at its First Gala Since 2019

Evan W. Black

MORE THAN 150 supporters of the Grammy-winning Houston Chamber Choir filtered into the Petroleum Club for a magical, musical evening honoring founder and artistic director Robert Simpson and Marianna Parnas-Simpson.

Crane at Minute Maid Park, located near his two Downtown restaurants, Potente and Osso & Kristalla

In the fifth annual portfolio, meet the icons whose ambitions and accomplishments have shaped those of America’s most fascinating city — and the new titans guiding Houston to an exciting future. Presented in partnership with Residences at The Allen and Bentley Houston

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'Round Midnight'

ON JUNE 4, the annual Jazz on Film series returns to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston for three weekends of screenings. Curated by Peter Lucas, this year’s program covers a lot of ground stylistically. It’s also a great reminder of the historical importance and ongoing influence of this music, as well as its deep connection to other artistic mediums. (Not to mention a perfect way to keep cool this summer!)

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