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Celebrity Sightings

Jamie Foxx and a trio of Houston winners take center stage at dazzling Texas Medal of Arts Awards

By Diana Oates

The stars aligned at the Long Center for Performing Arts in Austin Wednesday night — and by stars we mean actors, musicians, athletes and big-deal philanthropists who have at least two things ...


Talk Opera to Me

Arts scoop: Houston Grand Opera's new season is packed with sexy world premieres

By Joel Luks

A melange of old and new, tradition and innovation, and favorites and unknowns are what opera buffs can expect for the Houston Grand Opera's 2015-16 lineup, which the organization just rev ...


Pearl Theater presents Intimate Apparel

Set in Harlem in 1905, Intimate Apparel shares the story of Esther, an African-American seamstress who lives in a boarding house. She sews fine lingerie for clients from the elite of the Upper East


Fresh Arts' Cultured Cocktails 2015

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Raise a glass to the arts at Fresh Arts' Cultured Cocktails. This weekly happy hour allows guests to get up close and personal with members of the arts and creative community, learning about cu


Whatever Floats

Quick change of party venue introduces guests to creative EaDo lab where anything is possible

By Joel Luks

Quick on their feet, the Houston Arts Alliance crew decided that moving this party from the Buffalo Bayou Silos to Houston Makerspace was the right thing to do as precipitation threatened to rain o ...


Time of Your Life

There's more to love in Dirty Dancing stage adaptation, sexy lift, added moves & giggles included

By Meredith Rainey

Recreating an iconic work in a different medium always comes with inherent risk, but the screenwriter of '80s super hit Dirty Dancing saw rewriting the film for the stage as a huge opportu ...


Houston's Future Plans

Want to see the plans for Houston's future? New vision for the city being laid out by power players

By Joel Luks

How to change Houston's image from a city where someone comes to make a living to a place where one wants to live? With such a charge in mind, Mayor Annise Parker officially launched the Ci ...


Calendar Closeup

Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events with international flair

By Joel Luks

On the itinerary this week is a hilarious opera, a popular conference in which quilts rule, the beginning of a cultural and literary binge, a Día de los Muertos family gathering an ...


Art Power

The $504 billion arts economy: National leader shares overlooked culture truths in Houston, pushes for more

By Joel Luks

Increasing the number of people who participate in the arts is not good enough. What's pivotal is heightening the relevance of the arts experience. National Endowment for the Arts chairman ...


Missouri City Ballet Company presents The Nutcracker

This production is performed under the guidance of artistic director Sharon Teague, a retired first soloist with the Houston Ballet. Join Clara for a humor-filled Act One, during which a Christmas


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