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Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — indoor biking included

By Joel Luks

What's going on this week is a melange of fresh opera, sporty events that support good doers, a funky costume party, a classy gala and a wine dinner. I can be of further assistance: Click o ...


Waltzes, a sword fight & a sing-a-long

Happy times ahead: Ars Lyrica's New Year Vienna fete polkas away from convention — thankfully

By Joel Luks

Vienna, land of sachertorte, apfelstrudel, Wiener schnitzel, the Schönbrunn Palace and the Habsburgs, mused such classical music giants as Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Brahms, Schubert, Mahler an ...


The Review Is In

An opera that leaves you laughing: HGO's fresh, feisty Italian Girl in Algiers is anything but limp

By Theodore Bale

The dame, who is known as the flame, of the king, of an underworld ring. He’s an ape, who won’t let her escape! That’s entertainment! Is it possible Arthur Schwartz and Howard ...


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A 70th birthday surprise for the ages — opera legend style

By Joel Luks

Samuel Ramey had no idea a mob of his colleagues were taking cover behind closed doors waiting to belt out "Happy Birthday" in four-part harmony when he was asked to autograph photos for ...


Pick Five (Plus)

Your weekly guide to Houston: The last day of the Byzantine frescoes, Radiohead & breakfast for dinner

By Joel Luks

Houston loves Rip Esselstyn, evident by the hoards of health conscious foodies that swarmed Whole Foods Market Montrose. The triathlete turned firefighter is a real-men-eat-plants dude with a missi ...


PIck Five (Plus)

Your weekly guide to Houston: Oil field art, Eastwood's historic homes, Bach mania & ZaZa fun

By Joel Luks

Enjoying the cooler temperatures? With milder climates seeping into our daily routines, we couldn't help but find artsy and social affairs that took advantage of the more mannerly elements. &nb ...


The Arthropologist

Houston Grand Opera Studio is training a new generation of stars

By Nancy Wozny

What a marvel Joyce DiDonato was as Sister Helen Prejean in Jake Heggie's Dead Man Walking. DiDonato may be a household name in opera circles, but she's also a former Houston Grand Ope ...


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