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Rodin Mania in H-Town

New buff sculptures shake up the Houston art scene and create a Paris-like vision: It's Rodin mania!

By Leslie Loddeke

“The Walking Man” — that muscular marvel of a man sculpted by Auguste Rodin — has new competition for attention as the handsome centerpiece of the Cullen Sculpture ...


Monet Mania

Another art coup for Houston: Blockbuster new MFAH exhibit is sure to leave an impression

By Elizabeth Rhodes

After the wildly successful Age of Impressionism exhibition, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is preparing to celebrate another master of Impressionism. "Our visitors clearl ...


Five Questions

Design expert zeroes in on transforming blighted urban areas into liveable, lovely spaces

By Barbara Kuntz

New York-based urban planning critic Karrie Jacobs was so inspired by photographs of Buffalo Bayou improvements, she included a mention of the ongoing concrete-to-green transformation in a Feb ...


Cinema Arts Fest Insider

A wrongly convicted man's nightmare ends in An Unreal Dream

By Joe Leydon

Talk about great timing: An Unreal Dream: The Michael Morton Story, Al Reinert’s stirring documentary about the wrongful conviction and ultimate exoneration of a Williamson County man accused ...


Cinema Arts Festival Insider

Dazed and Confused: Houston rebel reflects on the marijuana movie that changed it all

By Joe Leydon

In the unlikely event you need further proof that time flies — sometimes, at warp speed — consider this: Dazed and Confused, Richard Linklater’s 1993 comedy-drama about teenage li ...


Secret Food Truck Haven

Houston's secret food truck haven: This often overlooked treasure comes with a free bonus

By Marene Gustin

When I think about the marriage of food and art, I tend to think of those fabulous dinners at Triniti where Mercury plays period music to accompany each course. Or I think of the swell little cafes ...


Mondo Cinema

Muscle Shoals crosses racial divide to show how music was made with heart and soul

By Joe Leydon

Is Muscle Shoals, Alabama hallowed ground? Could be. Early in Muscle Shoals, the endlessly fascinating and hugely entertaining documentary set to screen Monday and next month at the Museum of Fine ...


Formidable!

Films from French comedy master inspire dreams of a romantic Paris getaway

By Leslie Loddeke

Mon cher fellow Francophiles, vous will surely not want to miss the series of Pierre Etaix films now showing at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, especially if you enjoyed the  “Five Fun ...


Pix of the Day

Scenes from the Bayou City: The first day of spring is different in Houston

By Barbara Kuntz

With the much-needed rain this morning, the first day of spring, March 20, began to rise and shine in Houston and across the state. ...


Mondo Cinema

At the movies: Hungry in America, adrift in South Korea and crimebusting in Britain

By Joe Leydon

It may make break your heart or boil your blood, but either way, A Place at the Table (at the River Oaks 3) won't leave you unmoved. By turns fascinating and appalling, and sometimes both a ...


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