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.

Alto Rideshare Names Its Top Spots for Houston Restaurant Weeks!

HOUSTON FOODIES ARE out this month, and those in the know are getting from restaurant to restaurant in the rideshare service that has taken the industry by a storm.

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Phoebe and Bobby Tudor

IT WAS A big night for the Houston Symphony. Not only was it the annual Opening Night Concert and Gala, chaired this year by Susan and Dennis Carlyle, but it was also the official first performance of Juraj Valčuha as the symphony’s 16th music director.

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GLEAMING WHITE BEACHES and clear, turquoise waters in the shadows of towering cliffs dotted with centuries-old forts may come to mind when you think of the diver’s paradise of Aruba. An historic, Dutch-style downtown with tall skinny candy-colored buildings, too. All that is, of course, a major draw.

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