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Shirtless coach, Restaurant Weeks drama and hot new restaurant lead this week's top stories

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Editor’s note: It's time to recap the most popular stories on CultureMap from this past week: 1. Near nude photo of Kliff Kingsbury goes international, completely buries Texas Te ...


Fitz Makeover

Big changes for iconic Houston concert venue — beer garden, more parking and better bathrooms!

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Following last week's announcement that promotion company Pegstar will no longer host shows at Fitzgerald's — believed to be the city's oldest music venue — many Housto ...


Coolest Concert Venues

Coolest concert venues: Where to catch great live performances — big and small — in Houston

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Want the low-down on where to see some of the best concerts Houston has to offer? Whether you're looking to see your favorite touring band at an enormous venue or a fantastic local act in a ...


Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors in concert with Humming House

Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors performs a concert as part of the band's Medicine World Tour. Humming House opens.


Frontier Ruckus at Fitzgerald's

Frontier Ruckus, a roots-based band from Michigan, incorporates elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, country, blues, and jazz into their lyric-driven songs. The band will perform at Fitzgerald's,


Tombs in concert

Post-black metal hard-hitters Tombs recently released their newest album, Savage Gold, from Relapse Records. Pitchfork says, "they downshift only to accelerate only to downshift again, ev


Broncho in concert

Broncho has been breaking the internet since releasing its new LP Just Enough Hip To Be Woman in September. "Class Historian," the lead single from the record, continues to be stuck in ev


Fringe benefits

A reason to party: Chamber orchestra gets jazzy with unbridled spirit of Mardi Gras

By Joel Luks

It was a concert for the history books, a performance that River Oaks Chamber Orchestra associate artistic director Suzanne LeFevre would file away as one of the best she had ever attended. Yet it ...


Rebuen And The Dark, No and The Darcys in concert

This North American tour featuring three of the Toronto-based Arts & Craft label's exciting young artists. Bands will share stages and rotate slots throughout the tour, which includes a sto


Scale The Summit and The Ocean in concert with The Atlas Moth and Silver Snakes

In 2004, guitarists Chris Letchford and Travis Levrier moved to Los Angeles to attend the Musicians Institute, where they met drummer Pat Skeffington. After a few months, Scale The Summit was compl


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