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A century of making beautiful music is unveiled in Houston Symphony photo exhibition

By Shelby Hodge

With Saks Fifth Avenue as the backdrop for a swank cocktail party, Houston Symphony executive director and CEO Mark Hanson launched the series of events surrounding the symphony's 100th anniver ...

Symphony's 100th Sizzles

Diva delights: Major music star ensures the Symphony's 100th season launches in a magical Houston night

By Joel Luks

With a seven-note thrust that metaphorically slapped audiences across the face, Richard Strauss' Don Juan sounded the official launch of the Houston Symphony's centennial season Saturday ni ...

Ima Hogg is smiling

A 100th birthday for the ages: 18,000 turn out for Houston Symphony's everyman bash

By Joel Luks

It could have been an evening affair studded with a who's who of Houston's blue blood echelon shelling up top dollar for gala tables, each guest slipping into couture — nothing off th ...

POPS season revealed

Crazy acrobats, hot TV stars, jazz hands and an Alien queen: The Symphony shows its lighter side

By Joel Luks

Nine concerts comprise Houston Symphony's 2013-14 Cynthia Woods Mitchell POPS series at Jones Hall, the details of which Symphony officials revealed Wednesday night. For the ensemble's ...

Looking good for a century

Houston Symphony reveals a starry 100th anniversary lineup: The big names coming are . . .

By Joel Luks

The Houston Symphony is looking mighty fresh in the eve of its centennial anniversary. A new, artsy logo alongside a robust guest list of musicians and conductors ushers a year-long musical fê ...

Centennial Gardens

Historic park to get a major makeover for its 100th birthday: Houston's new hot wedding spot?

By Whitney Radley

Hermann Park, the vast green space that has served as a jogging route and picnic destination, a place for meditation or play, and generally a respite from urban life for Houston residents, celebrat ...

Law & Order

John Roberts insists the Supreme Court isn't as controversial as you think, reveals his Rice ties

By Sarah Rufca

According to Rice University president David Leebron, the legal career of Supreme Court chief justice John Roberts really took off in law school, when the jurist was named managing editor of the Ha ...

Don't chug this beer

Buffalo Bayou Brewing creates its own special Rice beer to celebrate the university's 100th

By Sarah Rufca

Rice University didn't make the list of America's biggest party schools (for good reason) but its alumni sure know a thing or two about beer. With 20 investors (including founder a ...

Hometown Glory

Beer, nudity and modern art: A new book showcases the best of Rice's 100 years

By Sarah Rufca

In 1912, the first Rice University students made their way to a tiny cluster of Spanish revival buildings surrounded by dirt and pre-air conditioning Houston weather. A century later, HIWI: Rice lo ...

Ghosts don't leave

The Titanic just won't sink at HMNS: Haunted exhibit's run extended

By Whitney Radley

One would have to be living under a rock to have missed Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, which opened on March 16 at the Houston Museum of Natural Science and celebrated its centennial a ...

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