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An embarrassment of riches

From Velazquez to Bonnard: Paris dazzles with art exhibitions but nothing compares to street life in City of Light

By Leslie Loddeke

While the fabulous Fondation Louis Vuitton and its blockbuster exhibition "Key to a Passion" are attracting beaucoup attention in Paris, there are plenty of other beautiful sights to see ...

Groundbreaking Menil

Dream project: $40 million Menil Drawing Institute finds innovative ways to tame the light

By Joel Luks

When Menil Collection director Josef Helfenstein first placed a phone call to Los Angeles-based architecture firm Johnston Marklee's founders Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee, he posed two que ...

Heritage Society Museum exhibition opening: Financing the Republic of Texas

The money trail that followed the fight for independence from Mexico, the establishment of the Republic of Texas and eventually annexation is filled with fascinating documents. A war for independen

Travelin' Man

The amazing city you never knew you wanted to visit: Stumbling upon a South Pacific Island secret

By Stephan Lorenz

Locals wrinkled their brows and other travelers were in shocked disbelief that we even considered spending a few days in Noumea. But here we were, our travel plans foiled by unexpected local school ...

Foodie News

Highly anticipated new museum restaurant hires one of its most important figures: Innovative wines to follow

By Eric Sandler

As September approaches, the succinctly named Bistro Menil is one of the fall's most anticipated new restaurants. While chef Greg Martin has been involved for almost a year with the r ...

5 Best Summer Museums

Houston's 5 best summer museum experiences: Kids and fun grownups both love these eye-opening exhibits

By Nicole Appleby

Summer travel season is in full swing, but there's no need to hit the road for a long trip. Houston offers a world of fun — and educational — activities at some of the best mus ...

Hometown Glory

Child's play: Houston Children's Museum is up for another national award

By Barbara Kuntz

If you ask any young regular at the Children’s Museum of Houston about their favorite exhibit there, you’ll most like hear a friendly barrage of very enthusiastic responses: Kidtro ...

Different Perspectives

After international search, Asia Society Texas Center finds new director close to home

By Joel Luks

After a nine-month international executive director search, the Asia Society Texas Center has found its new leader close to home. University of Houston graduate Bonna Kol, who was unanimo ...

CultureMap and KHOU

Making quite an impression: Stunning exhibit opens at MFAH, giving Houston a rare look

By Joel Luks

If you have out of town guests and have no idea how to keep them entertained, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has an impressive — pun intended — option. The Age of Impressionism, a ...

Exhibition opening: Scenes from the Stone Age: The Cave Paintings of Lascaux

Houston Museum of Natural Science

In 1940 in Dordogne, France, four boys stumbled upon a long forgotten cave, a jewel of prehistoric art and a major archeological revelation. The cave was named Lascaux. Now a World Herita

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