Dating in a Pandemic Means Connecting at a Distance

“This whole thing has made a huge culture shift,” said Aaron Estrada, an Austin resident and single man, when he opened up...

COVID-19 Changes in the Way We Shop

Shopping is different now, and retailers need to stay focused on safety and meeting shoppers’ needs. Curbside and other pickup options are...

Which Big, Fun Summer Events in Texas Are Canceled

Will fireworks go off for the Fourth of July? And what about summer festivals, parades and fairs? Which big, annual events in...

Memorial Day In an Era of COVID-19

What can we do to celebrate and recognize the lives of veterans this Memorial Day in a time of social distancing and...

Need a Good Book? Here Are Some Recommended Texas Reads

Books can provide solace during a time of uncertainty, and reading through the pandemic can help ease stress. Here are recommendations for...

Mom is Still Close at Heart: Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day Now

Mother’s Day may look a little different this year. As the pandemic continues to keep families at home or within safe social...

Texas Lottery Sales Rebound as COVID-19 Stimulus Checks Arrive

With the state’s unemployment rate at about 12 percent, it would not be surprising to see less interest in gambling on the...

COVID-19 Has Cost Baseball, Basketball Teams in Texas. And What About Football?

As the world continues responding to the coronavirus pandemic, and as people avoid large gatherings, Texas sports teams are not playing. It...

Pandemic Sets Trends for Shopping, Beauty, Fashion

Texans and others have shifted from rushing to stores to get toiletries, cleaning products, pasta and hand sanitizer to scrambling for other...

Benefit Concerts to Catch From the Comfort of Your Couch

Stuck at home? Of course you are. We all are. That doesn’t mean we can’t find things to do that won’t violate...

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