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Beyond transitions: Orange Is the New Black transgender star finds her own truth

By Joel Luks

"Human beings aren't supposed to live like this." The quote is one of Sophia Burset's most memorable lines. The transgender character in the Netflix original series Orang ...


Voices Breaking Boundaries presents "David Barsamian + Don Sanders"

David Barsamian visits Houston to talk about the recent publication Power Systems: Conversations on Global Democratic Uprisings and the New Challenges to U.S. Empire, which features interviews


Art in the Park

A living fort debuts in Hermann Park: Your imagination will run wild in this new labyrinth

By Joel Luks

I could swear I was meandering inside corridors that connect huts within an Ewok village somewhere in the Forest Moon of Endor. I was prepared for an encounter with one of the funny looking furry c ...


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Hear her roar: 1970s pop queen roars out of retirement for a surprise concert tour

By Joel Luks

She's strong, she's invincible, she's woman and she's back roaring her way through a concert tour that includes a stop in Houston. Helen Reddy, the Australian-American pop sensation ...


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The Matthew Broderick of classical music reveals all: Staying fresh, Miss America judging and more

By Joel Luks

Life is a never-ending adventure for violin celeb Joshua Bell, who at 45 years old continues to follow a hectic travel and performance itinerary that takes him to all the corners of this convoluted ...


Houston Friends of Chamber Music

From head usher to headliner: A violinist's amazing journey from the back of the house to center stage

By Joel Luks

While Miró Quartet violinist William Fedkenheuer prepares for his upcoming concert with Houston Friends of Chamber Music that opens the presenter's 2013-14 season Tuesday night at Rice U ...


Music Star in Houston

Music superstar already building buzz for Houston Symphony's unconventional opening concert

By Joel Luks

Even back in the mid 1990s, students at the Eastman School of Music spoke of alum Renée Fleming with the same fervor kids these days talk about Beyoncé. The lyric soprano was som ...


Embracing diversity

Seeing parents overcome racial discrimination inspires Houston leader to make a difference

By Houston's Voice Correspondent

Everyone has dreams, but not everyone has the audacity to make them a reality. Alongside 110,000 people of Japanese descent, Linda Toyota's parents were interned in a War Relocation Camp de ...


Seriously Funny

George Lopez talks about getting old in Houston: Life lessons from a funny man

By Houston's Voice Correspondent

To think that George Lopez — the funny man who penned jokes like, "Barack Obama may be black, but John McCain is the first albino presidential candidate: he's completely see-through& ...


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Metaphors of the human psyche: Rock star maestro brings his wisdom to Texas Music Festival

By Joel Luks

How can artists communicate that which they haven't experienced? While the process of refining skills needed to win a job at a professional symphony orchestra typically involve technique &m ...


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