Photo by Chris Gray Don't be scurred. That gator is just part of Thunderbolt Special, the new Lightnin' Hopkins-inspired art installation by curator Terry Adkins, James Andrew Brown, Sherman Fleming, Charles Gaines and Rice University's own George Smith. Click here for a slideshow. - Chris Gray
Project Row Houses, the nationally acclaimed Third Ward-based artists' collective, honors the lasting impact of another Third Warder of note, Lightnin' Hopkins, in its new installation THUNDERBOLT SPECIAL: The Great Electric Show and Dance - Commemorating Sam Lightnin' Hopkins. After the opening rec ... More >>
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