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National Donut Day's hidden secret: Uncovering the real history of the donut

By Tyler Rudick

Once a year, Americans set aside their culinary differences to rally behind one of the country's most celebrated pastries . . . that right, it's National Donut Day. Interestingly, ...

Mozart's Masterpiece

The world's greatest womanizer brings sex appeal to Houston Grand Opera's Don Giovanni

By Theodore Bale

It was hot and brazenly humid the morning I left my faded old hotel in Prague’s Wenceslas Square and walked towards the Vltava River. After crossing over one of the city’s magnific ...

Good Deeds Matter

An amazing story of a lost camera, the Internet and an amateur detective who made things right

By Bill Van Rysdam

Something amazing took place on the Internet. It won’t bring us world peace, or end famine, but it could help restore our faith in mankind just a little bit.  The story begins with a ...

Flying High

Houston gets the Dreamliner after all: United Airlines adds flights at IAH despite tough talk

By Sarah Rufca

United may have hit back at Houston by cutting off non-stop flights to Paris, but it looks like the airline is still committed to making Houston an international hub. The first international fl ...

Taking It to The Streets

The hidden Rembrandt: Drawings from the Master oil painter get their due at MFAH

By Tyler Rudick

"When most people think of Rembrandt, they think of his oil paintings," prints and drawings curator Dena Woodall told CultureMap on a tour of an exhibition exploring the Dutch master' ...

Bad ideas

The perils of Houston's new marijuana tourism: Visitors to the busted pot farm forget to leave their drugs at home

By Sarah Rufca

When you think of marijuana tourism, you probably imagine foreign havens like Amsterdam, Jamaica, Thailand and, um, Berkeley. If those destinations are a little out of your reach — it is ...

The Sound of Rap Music

Can you rent an entire country? Snoop Dogg can

By Sarah Rufca

Congratulations, Liechtenstein! The tiny principality between Switzerland and Austria, population 35,000, is generally known for its secrecy — as one of the most private and secure tax havens ...

The power of a parent's love

Learning an important Father's Day lesson at the home of Anne Frank

By Laura Spalding

It was not cards and ties that my husband got today for Fathers' Day today. Instead, I am penning this article minutes after exiting the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. The preserved Sec ...

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