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June 24th-26th, 2022
It's The Weekend of"This N That"
This is weekend number 25 as we move into mid-summer with July 4th, 2022, around the corner. Houston is experiencing record temps this weekend of at least 99 degrees or more. That is hot everybody! Hey parents with infants and toddlers be especially careful not to get distracted and forget the little ones in the car. Its already happened in our Bayou City (Houston) to a five-year-old.
The big news this week was The Supreme Court on Friday overruled Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to abortion after almost 50 years in a decision that will transform American life, reshape the nation’s politics and lead to all but total bans on the procedure in about half of the states. (More information click here)
We are big listeners to public media, back in the day we called them public radio or television, but since many public radio outlets operate more than one medium (radio, television, websites) many of them (if not all) opted to start calling themselves media.
Anyway, Friday the outlets seemed to accelerate their storytelling on LBGTQ now plus, news and storytelling. It's the end of the month with their community celebrating their recognition.
The University of Houston's station was no exception. So, this weekend its "Pride" parades all over the place. (Click here for KHOU TV's listings)
Is "that" our House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Ru Paul's "Drag Race" show promotion on Paramount plus? Is Pelosi after the LGBTQ plus voters? You bet she is, and her district is in San Francisco, CA.
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WOW, how politics and entertainment blends so mush nowadays. It started with former President Bill Clinton appearing on the old "Arsino Hall Show" in 1992, not just being interviewed by Hall, but playing the alto sax on the show, like perhaps he did in high school. We were all so impressed because we had never seen a presidential candidate entertain us on television. It worked. It was reported Clinton's favor-ability scores jumped significantly.
Okay, it started before Clinton it was the corrupt President Richard M. Nixon in 1968, making a cameo on the popular television show "Laugh In", that started this in modern television times. See Republicans did it too.
Sock It To Nixon | Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In | George Schlatter
Which leads me to say many are truly swayed by "political celebrity". No matter what the candidate "says".
The country's Electoral College was taken in by "political celebrity" personality that was famous for firing people. The producers of the show made firing someone entertaining.
Now come on, entrepreneurs and business people, we all know, when we fire someone we take the hit too. It tells everybody we have poor leadership judgement and had to change some of the team. But eventually it catches up with us. The boss is eventually "fired" when it is discovered they have poor judgement in hiring team members of the tribe.
Oh, that was entertainment. But he did it in government too. We all knew what the stakes were.
He said and demonstrated who he was. Look where that has gotten us.
I admire him for developing a brand that works and it does. But could thisbrand end our democracy? Again, a big WOW huh.
We have to mention this. Texas Southern University (TSU) is one of the nation's largest historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). This weekend (Friday, July 24, 2022) the public is invited to celebrate with the entire KTSU family, past and present, at a free 50th Anniversary Backyard Party outside the KTSU station (3100 Cleburne St., Houston, TX 77004) beginning at 6 p.m. There will be live performances by Houston artists Mary Griffin, Spud Howard, Melanie Covington, and Werner Richmond, as well as other celebrity guests. There will also be live DJ performances by Chilly Bill Smith, Paul “PD” Davis, and Michelle McKnight.
This weekend its Kid Rock bringing his "Bad Reputation Tour" to The Pavilion in The Woodlands.
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POP Cats 2022, presented by NULO, is a fun-packed festival fueled by the spirit of cats, pop, and art! You’ll love the cat playgrounds; art; music; photo ops; brands; cat adoptions; and more!
Saturday, June 25th, 2022
11am to 5pm
Sunday, June 26th, 2022
11am to 5pm
Silver Street Studios at Sawyer Yards
2000 Edwards Street
Houston, TX 77007
@Miller Outdoor Theatre
Saturday 6/25/2022 8:30 PM
The Houston Latin American Chamber Orchestra proudly presents ROMANCE, a concert full of romantic Latin American music and dance. Led by maestro Glenn Garrido, the Houston Latin Chamber Orchestra is comprised of 16 musicians of the highest caliber from the Houston Latin American Philharmonic Orchestra, performing rhythms like Tango, Danzón, Ranchera, Cha-Cha-Cha, Bachata, Bolero, and much more music that makes you feel the excitement of love and romance!
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