If you're going to honor somebody, you might as well make it somebody good. For the past two years the Aurora Picture Show, Houston's microcinema in the Heights, has tipped its hat to an artist who's contributed significantly to the media arts. This year, Aurora director Andrea Grover decided to aim high -- really high. She sent a letter to legendary multimedia artist Laurie Anderson, inviting her to attend an award dinner in her honor. When Anderson's response came in May, Grover was heartbroken. At first. "It was a thin envelope; it looked like a rejection letter," she remembers. But it was an acceptance letter. "I did a jig,... More >>>