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Houston Symphony Explorer Concerts

Jones Hall

This season's Cameron Symphony Explorer Concert, "Tour Across America," will reinforce the TEKS curriculum and the STAAR testing for social studies. This program will examine the vari

Houston Symphony presents Detective Concerts

Jones Hall

The Robbins Foundation Symphony Detective Concerts introduce students to the orchestra's key players. This season's program, "The Science of Sound," supports the focus on developi

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Professional dancers with crazy high leg kicks inspire young girls: Don't forget to smile!

By Joel Luks

Classy, elegant and inspiringly precise . . . those are words that accurately describe the women who comprise the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes. The dance troupe has been dazzling audiences with ...

Houston Startup Weekend Education

Have you ever had an idea for improving education? Here's your opportunity to transform your education ideas into action in 54 hours. Startup Weekend Education is an experiential learning

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Leaders in education reform receive "Accolades" at luncheon benefiting Children at Risk

By Shelby Hodge

What: Children at Risk "Accolades" luncheon. Where: Hotel ZaZa. The 411: Innovations and reform in education were on the table at the luncheon that celebrated the non-profit's ...

HITS Theatre's 20th Annual American Girl Fashion Show

Girls and their families are invited to attend this showcase of historical and contemporary fashions from American Girl. The fashion show combines education, fashion and goodwill as it is a major f

High School for the Performing and Visual Arts presents The Sound of Music

One of the most beloved musicals of all time, Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of Music, will be produced and led by students from The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts for

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Houston's own Shakespeare in the park centers around a likeable coward

By Joel Luks

It may be that Sir John Falstaff is better known in the music world courtesy of Verdi's namesake opera than in the works of the character's creator. Shakespeare, who wrote the portly comedi ...

Teach for America Young Professionals and Advocates' "Summer Happy Hour & School Supply Drive"

According to the National School Supply and Equipment Association, public school teachers in the United States spent more than $1.3 billion out of pocket on school supplies and instructional materi

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A bug's life: Giant insects take over the Houston Zoo, creating quite a scene

By Joel Luks

It may feel like it, but rest assured that what you're about to experience is not friendly mayhem from Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Upon entering the Houston Zoo's "Extreme Bugs!" ...

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