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Talk Opera To Me

An opera with real Houston power: Award-winning author and HGO bring city's immigrant truths to life

By Tarra Gaines

A young, brilliant Indian woman falls in love with an American man, moves to Houston and falls almost equally in love with the city. She seems to embrace her new culture and life whole-heartedly un ...

Frederica Von Stade is back

Putting a ring on it: Houston Grand Opera reveals its new season and there's extra drama

By Joel Luks

In this world you're either growing or you're dying — so get in motion and grow. Words to live by from Lou Holtz, a famous American football coach, author and motivational speake ...

Fashioning the Future

Dior holiday fashion show luncheon raises $100,000 for India charity

By Ruchi Mukherjee

Over the past four years the Annual Holiday Charity Luncheon hosted by Pratham USA has grown to be the most fashionable Indo American charity event of the year. More than 200 gathered at The Junior ...

One amazing book

Read the first chapter of Chitra Divakaruni's One Amazing Thing and join in the discussion

By Chitra Divakaruni

Editor's Note: As part of  the "One Book, One City" initiative, "Gulf Coast Reads: On the Same Page," Houstonians are reading "One Amazing Thing," a novel by ...

Gulf Coast Reads: Dinner and Discussion with Chitra Divakaruni

This special evening affair hosts guest author Chitra Divakaruni while celebrating Gulf Coast Reads, a citywide program which encourages everyone to read the same book and gather to discuss it. Thi

One book, one city

Let's do One Amazing Thing next month: Read Chitra Divakaruni's novel & discuss

By Tarra Gaines

Read any good books lately, Houston? Surely there's one amazing thing you read this summer.   If the answer is no, the Houston Public Library wants you to read One Amazing Thing in Sep ...

Inprint Reading Series: Chitra Divakaruni and Gish Jen

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

Award winner author of 16 books, Indian native Chitra Divakaruni has been published in more than 50 magazines, included in more than 50 anthologies and her works have been translated into 18 l

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