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Free family fun in the park: Japan Festival boasts 22 kid-friendly events — cosplay contest included

By Elizabeth Rhodes

More than 30,000 people are expected to make their way to this weekend's Japan Festival 2014 in Hermann Park. The festival, hosted by the Japan America Society of Houston, is celebrating i ...


Shelby's Social Diary

A chilly garden party raises $700,000 for a major Bayou Bend boost

By Shelby Hodge

That whimsical Mother Nature. Some years, she smiles on the Bayou Bend Garden Party. Other years, she presents a chilly, drizzly challenge. The latter was the case Sunday night when a number of ...


The Big Picture

Sunlight on paper: Monumental exhibit showcases John Singer Sargent's watercolor paintings

By Tarra Gaines

John Singer Sargent achieved world renown in the late 19th century as a portrait painter, perhaps the greatest portrait painter of that era. But according to Museum of Fine Arts, Houston director G ...


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VIPs celebrate MFAH's major coup with a special sneak peek: No other U.S. city gets this art

By Shelby Hodge

What: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston dinner and preview of Georges Braque: A Retrospective. Where: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The 411: Just days before the exhibition opened t ...


Shelby's Social Diary

Houston's Icepocalypse cannot keep big donors away from Rienzi's $300,000 night

By Shelby Hodge

Neither rain, nor sleet nor forecasts for the icepocalypse could keep Rienzi supporters from their rounds on Tuesday night. The 14th annual Rienzi Society dinner drew a stalwart, and shall we ...


Shelby's New Year's Rhyming Game

Rhyming game covers Houston notables and New Year's fun

By Shelby Hodge

T'was the night before New Year's and all through the town Swells were dressing up, while hipsters dressed down. They were ready to party and oh! how they played, From Vallone&# ...


Shelby's Social Diary

A-list crowd turns out for first look at The Age of Impressionism exhibit

By Shelby Hodge

Typically, donor dinners offering a preview of new exhibitions at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston are attended by 100 or so with special interests in the works on display. But it was a gathering m ...


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Making quite an impression: Stunning exhibit opens at MFAH, giving Houston a rare look

By Joel Luks

If you have out of town guests and have no idea how to keep them entertained, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has an impressive — pun intended — option. The Age of Impressionism, a ...


A Wee Touch Of Britian

A real-life Downton Abbey heads to Houston: The MFAH is getting its English aristocrat on

By Joel Luks

Obsessed with the drama that engulfs the otherwise refined Brits of the PBS smash Downton Abbey? A new exhibition set to skip across the pond to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston in the sum ...


Shelby's Social Diary

Another million-plus night for MFAH: Tinterow time catches a Latin American groove

By Shelby Hodge

With the ever-increasing cachet of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's biennial Latin American Experience as the place for acquiring contemporary Latin American art, it comes as no surprise that ...


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