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Huckleberry Finn

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    Who the Heck Is This Guy Jimbo Mathus Anyway?

    Jimbo Mathus was born in the land of the Mississippi Delta blues, where a singer has one of two choices when catapulting the hill-folk sound into mainstream Americana: Elvis Presley's blues or Huckleberry Finn's country. Though he looks the part of Finn, with his overalls and swanky countrypolitan ... More >>

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    Five Songs That Huck Finn Guy Should Censor Next

    gutenberg.org​As many of you probably already know, Alabama publisher NewSouth Inc. plans to release censored versions of Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, replacing the words "nigger" and "Injun" with "slave" and "Indian," respectively. That's ... More >>

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    August 19, 2010

    “Following Huck Finn”

    Logan Sebastian Beck sets out to find remnants of Mark Twain’s America

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    April 13, 2010

    Alley Theatre Proves There's More to Harvey Than Meets the Eye

    ​Hair Balls has always been partial to people who don't quite fit into the world in traditional ways.So we jumped at the chance to talk with actor James Black, who is tackling the classic role of the well-intentioned and idiosyncratic Elwood P. Dowd in the upcoming production of Harvey at the Alle ... More >>

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    Last Call For Art: Shakespeare, Etiquette & The Big Show

    Pin Lim, Forest Photography​Several stage shows are giving their final perfomances this weekend, and it's also your last chance to see unknown Houston artists aim for recognition in the Lawndale Center's annual Big Show.The Houston Shakespeare festival always does a bang-up job with the Bard, and ... More >>

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    April 20, 2000

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