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Weekend of April 2nd-4th, 2021
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How to watch Houston vs. Baylor Gonzaga vs. UCLA
in the Final Four
The final weekend of the NCAA men's basketball season has arrived and it's all on CBS
(Local affilate KHOU TV 11).
The early rounds of the 2021 NCAA men's basketball tournament earned the name March Madness with a whirlwind of upsets and surprises. After a flurry of additional shocks in the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight, the men's college basketball season heads towards its last weekend with the Final Four on Saturday. The first matchup will feature two top teams when the Midwest region's No. 2 Houston takes on Baylor, the South region's top seed. The second game stars this year's Cinderella team, UCLA -- a winner in the tourney's First Four play-in games -- taking on the overall No. 1 ranked Gonzaga. The Zags are not only undefeated this season, but they've won their last 27 games by double digits (an NCAA Division I record).
Here i Houston the game can be viewed on KHOU-TV 11, Saturday, April 3, 2021 at 4:15 CDT.
Weekend Houston will be watching the game at TGI Fridays be safe everybody and wear your mask.
April 1st-3rd, 2021
Emmy nominee and a regular on the Joe Rogan Experience, host of the Michael Yo Show and fresh off his critically acclaimed comedy special Blasian, Michael Yo is a comedian/actor/host keeping busy in all of Hollywood’s platforms.
Now, Michael is a proud father and loving husband with a bottomless pool of material about his family. Right after having his son and a viral appearance showcasing his talents to the world on America’s Got Talent, Michael Yo brings his all new We’re Still Here 2021 Tour to your city.
. . .more @Weekend Fridays
A Bach Easter
Saturday 4/3/2021 8:00 PM
Celebrate the season with exquisite music of Bach, including the Concerto for Oboe and Violin with Principal Oboe Jonathan Fischer and Concertmaster Yoonshin Song, two of Bach’s great sacred cantatas with internationally renowned vocalists Yulia Van Doren and Elizabeth DeShong, and the well known Suite No. 2. Baroque specialist Jane Glover conducts this powerful and uplifting Easter-weekend program. Tickets at 713.224.7575 or www.houstonsymphony.org
Sat Apr 3, 2021 8pm
615 Louisiana St, Houston, TX
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.
. . .more @Weekend Saturdays
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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