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Houston Modern Market Week: "An Evening with Stephen Fox"

Stephen Fox's lecture, titled "Texas Modern," celebrates the riches of Texas modern architecture.

19th Annual Frankel Lecture: "Marriage Equality as a Testing Ground for Original Meaning"

Houston Law Review presents "Marriage Equality as a Testing Ground for Original Meaning" at The 19th Annual Frankel Lecture. The event is free and continental breakfast is provided. RSVP

MFAH Lecture: "Mysteries: Ed Ruscha and California Noir"

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Ed Ruscha's paintings, prints and books featuring the Hollywood sign, freeway gas stations, parking lots and billboards have become iconic depictions of the American West. In connection wi

"Remember Ben Clayton": A Conversation with Author Stephen Harrigan and the Houston Chronicle’s Lisa Gray

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston partners with Gulf Coast Reads to present a conversation featuring author Stephen Harrigan (Remember Ben Clayton) and Lisa Gray, columnist and features writer at th

Houston Maritime Museum History Lecture: "USS Tang: The Best of the Best with Laurence Shallenberger"

USS Tang (SS-306) was a Balao Class submarine commissioned in October 1943 and served in the Pacific Theater of operations during World War II. Her gifted and aggressive skipper, commander Richard

Baker Institute book discussion: Track-Two Diplomacy Toward an Israeli-Palestinian Solution by Yair Hirschfeld

Baker Institute for Public Policy

Yair Hirschfeld, a fellow at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, will discuss his new book, Track-Two Diplomacy Toward an Israeli-Palestinian Solution, 1978-2014, at the Baker

Inside the MFAH Lecture: "Fangs, Feathers and Fins: Sacred Creatures in Ancient American Art"

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Humankind has always been fascinated with the creatures that populate the world. In the Americas, wildlife such as the jaguar, harpy eagle and howler monkey became religious symbols of divinit

Artful Thursday: "Ravel and Debussy on the Seine"

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

No subject held greater fascination for Claude Monet than the Seine River. The Impressionist painter captured every aspect of life on the iconic French waterway, using the Seine to explore many of

Jerry & Marvy Finger Lecture Series: "History of the Greek Community in Houston" by Constantina Michalos

When the first recorded Greeks arrived in 1889, Houston was not much more than a swamp, but the entrepreneurial spirit of the fledgling city beckoned with economic promise. Learn how their hard wor

Rob Lowe Hits Houston

Punching Rob Lowe in the face isn't as appealing as you might think: Insights from an exclusive celeb interview

By Joel Luks

I wanted to punch Rob Lowe in the face. I hated his Wayne's World character so much — the epitome of corporate greed, the white douchebag who orders Chinese takeout in Chine ...

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