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Weekend of April 2nd-4th, 2021
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What You Need to Know About Your Vaccine Card
By Concepción de León
The New York Times.com
As vaccinations become more widely available for people in the United States and travel starts picking up, many people have started sharing their simple white vaccination cards on social media as prized new possessions.
With some destinations, cruise lines and venues already requiring travelers to provide proof of vaccination against Covid-19, keeping that record is key. In New York, for example, proof of vaccination or a recent negative test will be required for entry into large venues or catered events when they are allowed to reopen at reduced capacity on April 2. Proof will be required at events with more than 100 people, so anyone having a wedding or Sweet 16 with more attendees will have to ask guests for evidence that they are complying with the rules.
There are already a number of vaccination “passport” initiatives underway that would make vaccination status easy to share digitally. Clear, a biometric screening program used in airports across the country, and the technology company IBM have created their own passes, for instance. And last week, New York became the first state to introduce a digital tool to allow people to easily show that they have either tested negative or been inoculated against the virus in order to gain entry into some events and venues.
But until such measures are taken more widely across the country, you’ll want to hang onto that little white card.
. . . more @ New York Times.com
vs. New Orleans Pelicans 7:00 PM
and Cary Pierce
@The Heights Theatre
Friday 4/9/2021 6:00 PM & 8:45 PM
The duo of "Jack O" and "Pierce" started, 1988 in Dallas as theater students at SMU. The duo steadily made a name for themselves, especially with two of their signature tracks, “Vineyard” and their version of the classic “Please Come to Boston.” They released ten studio albums (two for major label A&M), toured three continents, nine countries, and 45 states - amassing millions of loyal fans along the way . Over the years They have shared the stage with John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, Matchbox20, Counting Crows, The Wallflowers, Sheryl Crow, Toad the Wet Sprocket - to name a few.
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April 1st thru April 11, 2021
Under this Clown Castle, the black and red big top tent, Acrobats of the Air, Illusionists, freaks, mysterious creatures and all the elements that make one think of a "normal" Circus but that of normal has very little!
A new show with breathtaking implications always poised between fun and the most uninhibited fear that will transport you to a dark world inhabited by creatures with incredible circus art abilities.
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24th Bayou City
April 3rd and 4th, 2021
Returning for another weekend with a pinch of Zydeco, a bit of swamp pop and a whole lot of Cajun music, and you’ve got the ingredients for…The Traders Village Houston Cajun Fest. Get ready to party hearty, creole-style, as the Annual Cajun Festival cooks up big fun in another great weekend of fun and delicious Cajun food. The event will be held under the Gray Expo.
Enjoy free toe-tapping Cajun music each day starting at 12 noon. This year our featured bands will make you jump out of your seat and you won’t be able to stop your feet from dancing to the crazy Cajun beat.
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No Federal Taxes for Dozens
of Big, Profitable Companies
By Patricia Cohen
New York Times.com
April 2, 2021
Just as the Biden administration is pushing to raise taxes on corporations, a new study finds that at least 55 of America’s largest paid no taxes last year on billions of dollars in profits.
The sweeping tax bill passed in 2017 by a Republican Congress and signed into law by President Donald J. Trump reduced the corporate tax rate to 21 percent from 35 percent. But dozens of Fortune 500 companies were able to further shrink their tax bill — sometimes to zero — thanks to a range of legal deductions and exemptions that have become staples of the tax code, according to the analysis.
. . .more @ New York Times.com
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