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5. TOYOTA CENTER Aeros, Rockets and concerts. Oh my! Houston's Toyota Center is built to impress and hosts big-time, all-star performances, ranging from Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga to Metallica and Tool. When it isn't a sporting event, the venue's playing surfaces are removed, giving way to an extra ... More >>
Yesterday, we caught up with Anthony Bourdain -- chef, author, TV host, publisher and recent Texas barbecue convert. We talked about his love affair with Austin (he used the word "quirky" twice, if you're counting) and his disdain for Dallas Morning News critic Leslie Brenner, why restaurants servi ... More >>
It's definitely too early to start putting up Christmas decorations, but it's not too early to start stocking up on presents for the holidays. And although this may just be me, a signed book is always a fantastic gift to open up on Christmas Day or after singing Ma'oz Tzur or however your fam ... More >>
Ira Glass returns to Houston to let us in on the drama of presenting America to Americans
Here comes the 2010-2011 arts season - get your sneak peek here
Photos courtesy of Houston SymphonySaturday's cast (from left): Alan Halverson as Kefka , Rachel Smith as Yuffie, Amanda Ayr as TifaThe Houston Symphony Jones Hall July 24, 2010 While everyone else in Houston was going gaga for Gaga, Aftermath headed down to Jones Hall to hear the Houston Sy ... More >>
Get ready for riotous Rachmaninoff music
These musician-soldiers go from the stage to the battleground and back again
The Houston Symphony welcomes guest pianist Kirill Gerstein as it tackles an American classic
The Houston Symphony plays updated versions of the holiday standards
Photos by Eric Sauseda/ Click here for a slideshowâ€‹ Kenny Rogers is now 71 years old. And, as of a few years ago anyway, his boys can still swim. Aftermath knows this because we were treated to a slideshow of Rogers' twin five-year-old sons - even some shots from the delivery room - as he sang the ... More >>
Dance like you want to
Check out what's coming down the pike for Houston arts
Go from Twyla to Moses during this program of über-relevant dance
We wish you a Merry Christmas Latino style
Dressed (Differently) to Kill
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company is set to make us uncomfortable
Young, talented and controversial, the Chinese pianist returns to Houston after a four-year absence
Conductor Charles Dutoit and pianist Martha Argerich join the international youth orchestra for a world tour
Kick it up a notch with these Chinese monks
Summertime concerts that will leave you sweating
Or do you like green eggs and ham with a string section?
Musicians and management of the Houston Symphony battle over a budget that won’t stay in the black
The Houston Symphony opens its new season without a music director, an executive director or a clear vision for the future. Only one thing appears certain: The post-Eschenbach era is going to look a lot different.
August 27 - September 2, 1998
Ute Lemper searches for truth in the cabaret songs of 1920s Germany