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Rick Deare: a Cajun cook in Texas

He’s originally from Jeanerette. He’s been a construction project manager, a restaurant owner, a classic rock guitar player and now, a YouTuber. Rick Deare, better known first as Cooyon, from Cooyon’s Cajun Cooking, his French Quarter restaurant, and currently as Rick Cajun, has had quite a ride. He introduced Singapore to the delights of Cajun cooking. He’s made friends in high and low places. He's been asked for autographs on the streets of New Orleans, and he’s now ‘semi-retired’, making videos of the good Cajun cooking he has loved all his life.
Texas StateBeaumont Enterprise

HBO and Netflix snap up Central Texas real estate for upcoming projects

Like many businesses of late, two major Hollywood companies are coming to Texas. Both HBO and Netflix have leased spaces in Central Texas, according to a report from the Austin Business Journal. Multiple sources confirmed to the publication that both companies signed separate leases in order to shoot projects in the area.
Texas Stateartsandculturetx.com

A Cartography of Broadway Shows Across Texas

We’re still holding our breath, knocking on a forest full of wood and sacrificing chicken-shaped tofu to Dionysius, but it looks like in-person, inside-an-actual-theater, theater will finally take the stage this fall. In a weird bit of Texas calendar power even before blockbusters like Hamilton reopen on Broadway and before many of our favorite hometown companies begin their 2021-2022 seasons, two witches in Dallas and one fair lady in Houston will usher audiences back inside the big venues once more.
Texas StateJamBase

Dopapod Announces New Year’s Run 2021 In Texas

Jam quartet Dopapod are bringing their New Year’s Run to Texas this year. The band will wrap 2021 with three concerts in three different cities within the Lone Star State between December 29 – 31. Dopapod begins the jaunt at Houston’s Last Concert Cafe on December 29. The four-piece then...
Texas StateKXAN

Wimberley hopes to become Central Texas’ newest music hub

WIMBERLEY, Texas (KXAN) — Passion for live music runs deep in Central Texas — so why not add another community to the list the help attract more musicians?. That’s what Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s trying to do. On Thursday, the Texas Music Office and the City of Wimberley will host a community workshop intended to help the town get their ducks in a row, to put it on the map as a music-friendly location.