Houston is a city of caring neighbors, a heartwarming truth that has been proven time and again these past weeks. To celebrate that spirit of togetherness, chef Hugo Ortega’s Mexican coastal kitchen, Caracol, is hosting a special supper this Sunday, September 24 at 5pm, that will raise money to benefit those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Keep Reading
Houston, we weathered the storm.
Harvey came through and left behind devastating aftereffects, but the shining light through the storm has been the way our Houston community came together. From the first responders who saved lives to the neighbors who made donations, acts of love and support have been a constant source of hope and inspiration.
Baseball doesn’t matter. Not in any literal way. Symbolically, though? That’s a different story.
The Houston Astros return to their city tomorrow, in a double-header against the New York Mets. There’s meaning there – Houston has been ravaged by catastrophic rains and flooding, including in parts of downtown near Minute Maid Park. A return to baseball signals a return to some semblance of normalcy.
The Houston Astros’ home series against the Texas Rangers, originally scheduled for Tuesday through Thursday at Minute Maid Park, has been rerouted to Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. The news comes as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey continue to soak Houston with dangerous floodwater.
The status of Houston’s weekend series against the New York Mets is uncertain; it’s worth noting that Tropicana Field will be available this weekend, if needed.