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Wintour's Stormy Weekend

Anna Wintour's stormy Houston weekend: Big River Oaks wedding, luncheon gossip & not a hair out of place

By Clifford Pugh

A dark cloud hung over Anna Wintour's trip to Texas. Make that clouds, as stormy weather peppered the Vogue magazine editor's whirlwind weekend in Houston. But Wintour didn't ...

The Magic of Imagination

Salman Rushdie transports Inprint guests on a magic carpet ride through the world of fiction

By Shelby Hodge

Ah, the imaginative world of stories and books, the value that fiction imparts to the human condition, the power of the imaginary world in our daily lives — internationally-renowned author Sa ...

Partying like a poet

Inprint celebrates its 30th year, exceeds fundraising goals at the Poet & Writers Ball

By Tarra Gaines

The Inprint Poet & Writers Ball is undoubtedly Houston's biggest literary bash each year, but the nonprofit had even more cause for celebration during last weekend's festiviti ...

A Big Deal

Houstonians line up to see Philip Glass put on a piano show for The Menil's 25th anniversary

By Joel Luks

Listening to and performing the works of Philip Glass are two exceptionally different experiences. It's relatively dangerous to dismiss the notes on the staff as repetitive, technically facile ...

Museum News

Rich Kinder to head up search committee for MFAH's Peter Marzio successor

By Steven Thomson

After several months of silence following the December 2010 death of Museum of Fine Arts, Houston director Peter Marzio, the institution has revealed its search committee for the new director. Serv ...

Funny French Films this weekend

Man on a mission: Michael Zilkha touts indie premieres and the MFAH movie-going experience

By Joe Leydon

As co-chair of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston film committee, Michael Zilkha sees himself as a man with a mission: Filling an unfortunate void in H-Town’s cultural landscape. Specifical ...

Revenge of The Cheerleaders Past

Honoring the MFAH's Film Lady: Marian Luntz chooses a Fellini masterpiece over cake

By Nancy Wozny

Marian Luntz, Museum of Fine Arts Houston's Curator of Film and Video will be honored by the Cinema Arts Festival on Sunday at 4 p.m. for 20 years of outstanding service to the Houston com ...

Shelby about town

Catching up

By Shelby Hodge

The earth did not stand still, as some have rumored, on the day that I stepped down from the Houston Chronicle to join CultureMap. There may have been seismic tremors across the social landscape bu ...

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