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Spaghetti Code: The Lengths One Couple Will Go to Have a Baby

Posted on · We learn about Spaghetti Code, a new play from Houston’s Horse Head Theatre running July 12-28, about the lengths one couple will go to in order to have a baby. The play is by writer Abby Koening, who talks about her own struggles with fertility and what dialogue she hopes the dark comedy will evoke among […]

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Infertility: It’s Not Just a Woman’s Problem

Posted on · We discuss the latest research and treatment associated with fertility, with Dr. Mazen Abdallah, Medical Director for the Houston Fertility Institute and Assistant Professor at UTHealth. Dr. Abdallah says it’s a common misconception that fertility problems just affect women who’ve “waited too long” to have kids. And we learn about Spaghetti Code, a new play from Houston’s Horse Head […]

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The Jew Who Loves Christmas: Artist Tells Why She Prefers Santa to Menorahs

Posted on · Artist and performer Abby Koenig is Jewish. But living in Texas, where there are fewer Jews than her native New York, Christmas is often more in her face — but she likes it that way. In her new one-woman show and exhibit, The Jew Who Loves Christmas, Koenig dives into why she thinks Hannukah is illogical and […]