By Johnny Trlica It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Just as Houston sports fans were enjoying the euphoria of the Astros World Series Championship came word that Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson was lost for the season. The sports gods finally tossed the Bayou City a long anticipated baseball title
By Johnny Trlica Promoting a hate group, Midtown icon to close and other top stories Sports have an uncanny way of uniting and helping cities recover from catastrophes. New York City had the Yankees after 9/11. Boston had the Red Sox after the marathon bombing. And now Houston has the Astros after Hurricane Harvey. Thank
By Johnny Trlica The new fall television season is in full swing. While it’s still early we’ve already seen Sheldon propose to Amy, Kevin Can Wait kill off Donna and a pillow fight in the oval office. It should be a great fall. Here’s a bit of what we’ve been reading at HoustonRainbowHerald.com. Triumphant return
By Johnny Trlica Finally, some good news! The Houston Astros have clinched their first division title in 16 years, the team’s first as a member of the American League. With a strong push in their final few games, the boys of summer could head into the playoffs with a 100-win season, a remarkable turnaround from
By Johnny Trlica The biggest story of the past two weeks is, by far, Hurricane Harvey, and the most read column at Houston Rainbow Herald involves the aftermath of the storm of the century. If you read any bar’s Facebook post informing you that they were open for business and it included a reference to
By Johnny Trlica Our President took a little flak recently when he was quoted in Golf Magazine referring to the White House as a “ real dump.” That could explain why he has spent so much time away from there, instead spending nearly every weekend at one of his own resorts, at great public expense.