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Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: K-Pop, Music of Queen and Frida B-Day

3 months ago by Susie Tommaney
Whether you prefer the music of Freddie Mercury or John Denver's ballads, ancestral dances or modern hip-hop, this is the weekend when you don't have to choose. Celebrate culture, in all its forms, with Fly Dance, The Music of Queen, Tai Chi, a K-Pop competition and a brunch-tastic Frida Kahlo birthday celebration...
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Say It With Ink: Houston's Best Tattoo Artists and Parlors, 2018-2019 Edition

1 year ago by Susie Tommaney
A tattoo tells the world where we've been, who we've loved and honors those who no longer walk among us. It speaks to family: sometimes it's the one we were born into, more often it's the tribe we found along the way. But it should always be meaningful, original and...
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Ranking Rick Smith's Eleven Houston Texans NFL Draft Classes

2 years ago by Sean Pendergast
Yesterday, we tried to quantify the magnitude of the roster-build that the new Houston Texans general manager, whoever he will be, is undertaking. It's not going to be easy. One thing, though, that the new Texans' GM won't have to worry about is living up to an unattainable standard from...
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Upcoming: Carly Rae Jepsen, GWAR, Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie, Lizzo, Macklemore, Shania Twain, etc.

2 years ago by Tex Kerschen
A constantly updated guide to upcoming concerts in the Greater Houston area.
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Pencil in That Uni-Brow Because It's Time for Frida Festival 2016

4 years ago by Susie Tommaney
What's not to love about Frida Kahlo de Rivera? Both feminine (wore flowers in her hair) and masculine (dressed like a man; smoked cigars), this temperamental Mexican artist channeled her personal pain to produce surrealist folk art, often in the form of self-portraits, and received more fame after death than...
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Opera in the Heights Does Well by Menotti's Music in Its Dual Offerings

4 years ago by D. L. Groover
The set-up: What exactly are they thinking at Opera in the Heights? In this two-opera set, Gian Carlo Menotti's little bauble of an operetta, The Telephone (1947), has been given an insane Halloween gloss so that characters Lucy and Ben appear as Bride of Frankenstein and Frankenstein monster. What the...
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Upcoming: 2 Live Crew, Ace Frehley, Big Freedia, Bleached, Feed Me, Heart, Hive Mind, Miike Snow, Tinashe, Tori Kelly, etc.

4 years ago by Tex Kerschen
Note: events in bold reflect highly recommended shows. The 1975: With The Japanese House. Sat., May 7, 7 p.m., $49.50 to $51.50. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 2005 Lake Robbins Dr., The Woodlands, 281-363-3300. 2 Live Crew: Sat., February 27, 8 p.m., $21.49. 18th Street Pier Bar & Grill, 101 18th...
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Man of La Mancha Rides Again at Houston's Queensbury Theatre

4 years ago by D. L. Groover
The set-up: When Mitch Leigh, Dale Wasserman, and Joe Darian's musical adaptation of Cervantes's classic novel Don Quixote opened at the temporary ANTA Theatre off-Broadway, Man of La Mancha (1965) set the Great White Way afire. Here was a dark, adult, socially conscious, yet uplifting show. Unknown composer Leigh's score...

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