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  • The film Road House is the backdrop from which BooTown's Emily Hynds, BlakeWhitaker and Joe Wozny will reinterpret the storyline with satirical narration.
  • The Buffalo Bayou Regatta is turning 40. That's quite an accomplishment forTexas' largest canoe and kayak competition.
    Photo by Katya Horner
  • AIDS Walk Houston 2012 is trying on a different look this year with an 1980sthemed 5K walk.
  • This informal "Stop, Look and Listen!" concert programs works by Debussy, Ravel,Messiaen and Saint-Saëns.
  • Libbie Masterson, Seine. On display at Wade Wilson Art through April 14.
  • The Old City String Quartet

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  • Gexa Energy Broadway at the Hobby's Les Miserables has been buffed up with a newdesign based on paintings of Hugo using projections of the actual paintings asa moving backdrop.
    Photo by © Deen van Meer
  • Featured on the Architecture Center Houston Rice University tour are designs byCram, Goodhue & Ferguson; John Staub; William Ward Watkin; Michael Graves;Kieren Timberlake; Ricardo Bofill; Cesar Pelli and Lake/Flato Architects, aswell as art by James Turrell and Michael Heizer.
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  • More than 50 exotic vehicles on display at the Seventh Annual Ferrari Festival,including a Michael Schumacher's 2009 Championship Formula 1 car and one of 17Ferrari FXS ever made worth $1.5 million each.
    Photo by Shelby Hodge

  • A newly restored film of Jean Renoir's masterpiece, Grand Illusion, is at theMuseum of Fine Arts, Houston this weekend.
  • Horray for Bollywood, and Aamir Khan, right, in Talaash.
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  • For those of you who like your holiday movies naughty, not nice, a remake of thenotorious 1984 slasher flick, Silent Night Deadly night, opens at AMC GulfPointe 30.
  • See It's A Wonderful Life on the big screen at Vintage Park Shopping Village,courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse.

  • Now a yearly tradition at MFAH, the Iranian Film Festival begins on Thursday.
  • High school the way it was supposed to be. Fun and everyone is popular. TheHouston Young People for the Arts Gala honors Sophia Arabani, Paul Pettie andBrian Thorp.
  • Love trees. Then roll-up your sleeves and help at the 26th Annual Arbor DayCelebration.
    Photo by Geoff Sloan
  • Aperio, Music of the Americas will take on the American romantic composersincluding Arthur Foote, Charles Martin Loeffler and Amy Beach.
  • English Taste at Rienzi recreates an 18th century British feast. Foodie Festputs chef Monica Pope's culinary skills to the test.
    Photo by Joel Luks

  • Emily Sloan's new outdoor installation, "Shade Cloud," at the Art League ofHouston.
  • The original MURAL performance in March 2010 will have a second hearing Saturdayat the Rothko Chapel.
  • If I can hula, so can you. Head to Discovery Green Sunday 9 a.m. and partake inthe Guinness Hula Hoop Challenge.
  • In the mood to be artsy? Try the People's Art Collaborative at MECA.
  • Houston owes a lot of its quirky art scene to DiverseWorks. You should supportthe alternative arts presenter by attention this FUNraiser.