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The University of Tamarie
From its humble beginnings 20 years ago as a kind of performance art dance piece with thrift shop fashion and a pasta cooking segment, Tamarie Cooper’s summer musical extravaganzas ...
Mini Murals Take Over Houston
Taking art outside the gallery, Mini Mural: Beyond the Box is painting the town's drab streetscapes Technicolor with traffic-stopping visuals. The project, a collaboration between UP Art Studio and ...
Reading Is Fun
The Texas Book Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2015, and the organization has announced 20 top authors participating this year — including Linda Gray, better known as Sue Ellen ...
Houston Wonderland
Evelyn’s Park has gone mad for Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. The 5-acre green space, former home of the historic Teas Nursery, is on its delightful way down ...
"An Insider's Index"
Easily considered one of the staunchest proponents of Houston and its history, James Glassman is taking his hometown love to another level with a comprehensive index of the people, places ...
Motown The Musical Entertains
Motown the Musical is a lie of a title, but audiences will probably have such fun being deceived, they won’t much care. "Motown the Fantastic Tribute Concert" would be ...
Photography Exhibition
With the monumental U.S. Supreme Court ruling to legalize same-sex marriage taking place just last month, there's really no better time for a massive exhibition that focuses on ...
Blue Dog Love
At Upper Kirby’s West Ave complex, the walls of the George Rodrigue temporary Houston gallery tell a story. Here, at Rodrigue: Houston, over 75 works of art, from archives ...
Menil Director Leaves
After guiding the Menil Collection for the past dozen years, director Josef Helfenstein has announced plans to take a new job as director of the Kunstmuseum Basel museum in his ...
Photos Of A Legacy
If Houston seemed just a little bit more photogenic than usual last week, that might be because by mayoral proclamation June 23 was officially declared Anne Wilkes Tucker Day throughout ...
Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
Nearly 3,000 excited Houstonians filled Jones Hall to capacity on Thursday night to watch the taping of Wait Wait… Don't Tell Me!, NPR's wildly popular weekly news ...
Host Defends Kardashian
For more than 17 years, Peter Sagal has hosted NPR's hilarious weekly news panel game show, Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!, one of the most popular shows on ...
Empire Mural Favorite
One Texas artist is making waves and getting national recognition with his bold, colorful paintings and murals. Artist Michael Savoie, a native of Port Arthur who recently moved from Houston ...
Keeping Up With The Habsburgs
Summer brings blockbusters but not just to the multiplex. With it’s newest visiting exhibition, Habsburg Splendor: Masterpieces from Vienna’s Imperial Collections, the Museum of Fine Arts is giving ...
Hidden Indoor Gems
Every summer Houston’s most acclaimed performing arts institutions head outside for some sizzling artistic endeavors in the fresh air, but when all that wonderful dance, drama and music gets ...
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