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On tap this week is campy food affair, a stage adaptation of a popular literary work, a beer and music fest, a terrific classical music performance and the kickoff of ...
Houston Genius Rewarded
We have a genius among us — a person Houstonians already know who stands out as an extraordinarily creative visionary. Artist and social activist Rick Lowe, founder of Project Row Houses ...
Fine Art Fair Guide
A trip around the world with the possibility of falling in love with an international or local beauty, this is the weekend Rick Friedman, president of the Hamptons Expo Group ...
Great Gone With The Wind Exhibit
An endless number of details define the film Gone with The Wind: the jaw-dropping emerald curtain dress, Mammy's sinfully red petticoat, the sun violently setting in the sprawling verdant ...
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Artsy experience abound this week as the city's premiere classical ensemble welcomes its next baton leader. On tap this week are three historic concerts, a strong exhibition, photography that ...
Best Ballet Ever?
I suppose it was a trip last year to northern India that got me contemplating Buddhist and Hindu perceptions of time. In the ancient Hindu Puranas, one “deva” year is ...
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On the schedule this week is a big as Texas art fair, the American premiere of a Shakespearean tale set to dance, a Seinfeld comedian, a centennial family celebration and ...
Art Fair Mania
It’s been four years since the Texas Contemporary Art Fair arrived in Houston, and founder and New Yorker Max Fishko has become quite impressed over those years with the ...
On Pointe
What does it take to make a dream? The “seething brains” of lunatics, lovers, and poets, if you ask Shakespeare. For Houston Ballet, it’s another trio: A Midsummer Night ...
History comes alive
With a whack of a champagne bottle that burst into a billow of confetti, Mayor Annise Parker christened a large float-cum-art sculpture by Sharon Engelstein as a gesture that launched ...
New Kind of Green Space
The Orange Show — Houston's folk art mecca located in the ever-changing Third Ward — is developing a new, sustainable green space called Smither Park, located right next to the existing ...
Rodin Mania in H-Town
“The Walking Man” — that muscular marvel of a man sculpted by Auguste Rodin — has new competition for attention as the handsome centerpiece of the Cullen Sculpture Garden at the Museum ...
Coffee House Removes Mural
When you own a building and rent out one of the rooms, does your tenant have carte blanche to decorate the space according to personal preference? That's a question ...
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Back to school already? Don't let the sucky traffic get in the way of enjoying what's happening in Houston this weekend, which includes thespian dance, a creativity workshop ...
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Looking for a fun, free way for the whole family to experience Houston's incredible performing arts scene? The 21st Annual Theater District Open House offers a great opportunity to ...
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