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Though it might seem that summer will never end and the (slightly) cooler days finally arrive, autumn is just around the corner, and once again, for the 22nd time, the ...
Pix of the Day
Watching Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery create a visually-stunning mandala from millions of grains of colored sand is a study in patience — and the beauty of art ...
Shaking Up the Airwaves
Houston Public Media announced plans to shift its 24-hour classical station, 91.7 KUHA, to an all-digital format and sell its frequency on the FM dial. The station will be ...
Ready Player One
Austin author Ernest "Ernie" Cline is living out every fanboy's ultimate dream. Not only did his breakout novel Ready Player One become a New York Times best seller, but ...
Lanterns in the Works
When Buffalo Bayou Partnership celebrates the official grand opening of Buffalo Bayou Park on October 3, among the numerous activities will be an after-dark procession of hundreds of whimsical lanterns ...
Young Professionals Spotlight
Editors note: In our continuing Trailblazers series, we profile exciting young professionals organizations around Houston. The Ensemble Theatre's Act One Young Professionals Founded in 1976 by the late George ...
Building Blocks
Soon the familiar concrete and glass block building that has housed the Glassell School of Art since 1979 will be no more as the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston moves ...
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 ...
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