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Doherty Library Book Sale

Book lovers can find hardbound books for $2 and paperback books for $1. The sale will include a range of titles, from theology to fiction to science to philosophy and more.

Blessing of the Animals at the University of St. Thomas

University of St. Thomas

Blessing the animals is a much loved tradition that coincides with the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. St. Francis is said to have loved animals and wrote in his Canticle of the Creatures, &quo

Houston Archeological Society Lecture: "Prehistoric Sites on the East Fork of the Trinity River"

University of St. Thomas

Long-time Houston Archeological Society member Wilson W. "Dub" Crook will discuss some exciting new discoveries that he and his colleague Mark Hughston have made recently at archeological

Houston Italian Festival 2014

University of St. Thomas

Enjoy a feast of sight, sound and Italian flavor while sharing the heritage, culture and romance of Italy at the Houston Italian Festival presented by the Italian Culture and Community Center of Ho

Master Miao Tsan Lecture: "Zen Spirit, Christian Spirit - Can a person be a Zen Christian?"

Master Miao Tsan, Abbot of Vairocana Zen Monastery and international lecturer and author, will join Deacon Robert Hesse, Ph.D., for "Zen Spirit, Christian Spirit – Can a person be a Zen

Real Estate Rumblings

Once mocked new Montrose luxury condo development tries again — with revamped sky-high plans

By Barbara Kuntz

A seven-story modernist luxury condominium redesigned by a renowned architecture firm will rise at 3615 Montrose Blvd., the site of the former The River Cafe, if a recent variance request base ...

Evren Kutlay Lecture Recital: "European Music in the Ottoman Empire"

Evren Kutlay is a native of Turkey and teaches at Koç University. She has performed solo and four-hand piano music as well as chamber music in Turkey and in several United States venues. She

Dominika Dancewicz and Donald Doucet in recital: Violin and Piano Duets

An avid chamber musician, Dominika Dancewicz has performed in an array of music groups in Europe, Asia and the United States. She is the founding member of Meridian Ensemble and the Axiom String Qu

University of St. Thomas presents the Fidelis Quartet

One of Houston's premier chamber music ensembles, the Fidelis Quartet consists of four Houston Symphony musicians with a keen interest in the quartet repertoire. The members include violinists

University of St. Thomas presents "Nunemaker Speaks Brahms"

The University of St. Thomas Music Department presents clarinetist Richard Nunemaker in a concert of Brahms' music. In 1890, Johannes Brahms announced that he would never compose again. In 1891

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