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University of St. Thomas presents "A Night of Scenes from Musical Theater, Opera and Operettas"

This three-day event features the students of the University of St. Thomas Opera Workshop. The program will feature selections from classical opera, operetta and musical theater. The Opera Workshop


Montrose's Million Dollar Bet

Houston's own Glass House: Million dollar Montrose condos modeled after dead superstar architect's work

By Barbara Kuntz

Pre-sales for are now underway for 34 units in Houston's own "Glass House": The proposed and approved seven-story 3615 Montrose boutique condominium where prices per apartment run fro ...


A Cardinal's blessing

Feather boas, beads and partying priests add up to one wild, $1.1 million Mardi Gras: It's a record breaker

By Shelby Hodge

As Cardinal Daniel DiNardo blessed the black-tie crowd at the University of St. Thomas Mardi Gras celebration, he prayed "Grant us, oh Lord, to celebrate this Mardi Gras with great fun and may ...


Houston Archeological Society Lecture: "Archeoastronomy of the Pictographs at Paint Rock, Texas"

University of St. Thomas

The program will feature a presentation on archeoastronomy titled "The Pictographs Of Paint Rock, Texas- Rock Art As Solar Markers Defining Cultural Intent." Houston Archeological So


University of St. Thomas presents Lost In Yonkers by Neil Simon

America's great comic playwright wrote this memory play set in Yonkers in 1942. Bella is 35 years old, mentally challenged and living at home with her mother, stern Grandma Kurnitz. As the play


University of St. Thomas' 2015 Mardi Gras Gala

Hilton Americas-Houston

The Annual Mardi Gras Gala is the university's premier scholarship fundraising event. The university is committed to providing students with a religious and ethical values-based education and e


2015 B.K. Smith Lecture in History: "Why It Is Time to Take a New Look at 1914 and Why It Matters a Century Later" by Michael S. Neiberg

With backgrounds in social history, military history, French history and American history, Michael S. Neiberg has published widely on the theme of war in the world, especially in the era of the two


University of St. Thomas Lecture: "Irish Catholic Southerners: Becoming American" by Bryan Giemza

Have you ever read The Awakening? Or heard of Kate Chopin? Are you familiar with Uncle Remus? Have you seen Gone With the Wind? Or, more recently, have you seen No Country for Old Men? What all


University of St. Thomas Lecture: "The Future of Jewish Religious Denominations" by Rabbi Samuel M. Stahl

"The Future of Jewish Religious Denominations" is presented by Rabbi Samuel M. Stahl, Rabbi Emeritus at Temple Beth-El, San Antonio. Today, the differences among the three major non-O


Bayou City Concert Musicals presents "Something Wonderful: The Music of Rodgers and Hammerstein"

Bayou City Concert Musicals presents the 2015 Kim Hupp Award to veteran Houston producer/actress Mitzi Wayne Weiss as part of its fundraising event, Something Wonderful: The Music of Rodgers and Ha


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