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Amsterdam Co. CoffeeHouse features a variety of speciality coffees, cold pressed juices, teas, and cannabis. In addition, they aim to educate consumers with various avenues of outreach within the...
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Amsterdam Co. – Grab a Coffee and Some CBD Products

8 months ago by Cameron Martinez
Coffee and CBD products — that's the focus of a new coffee shop, Amsterdam Co., which will open October 4 in Houston. With a heavy dose of evangelical fervor on the side. The owners hope to not only sell what they say is high-quality CBD, but to spread the word...
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Nature Boys Hockney and Van Gogh Star in Centuries-Spanning Dual Exhibit

3 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
Though he was born nearly a half century after Vincent Van Gogh died, and has achieved a level of fame and acclaim in his lifetime that The Starry Night painter only did posthumously, multimedia artist David Hockney (b. 1937) has always had an affinity for the works of Van Gogh...
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Benjy's Turns Local, K&Z Buffalo Speedway Closes

7 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Benjy's, 2424 Dunstan, closed back in March after the pandemic restrictions were instituted regarding restaurant dining. Benjy Levit's last location of his eponymous restaurant will not reopen. Instead, the space is being transformed into a Local Foods and Local Foods Market, another of Levit's concepts. It is expected to open...
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Openings and Closings: Xin Chao Debuts, Katz's Deli Opens in the Heights

8 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Xin Chao, 2310 Decatur, softly opened September 25 in the Sawyer Heights area. The modern Vietnamese restaurant comes from Christine Ha, Tony J. Nguyen and John Suh. Ha is best known as " The Blind Chef" who won the third season of Master Chef in 2012. She and husband Suh...
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Discovery Green's House Of Cards Lights Up Public Art Scene (UPDATED]

9 months ago by Sam Byrd
Discovery Green will unveil a public art display, House of Cards, starting Friday and running through October 11 in the park’s Sarofim Picnic Lawn. The piece is an astonishing structure consisting of 126 playing cards stacked to dizzying height of 18 feet. During the day, the cards’ crisp white lines and colorful images will dazzle; at night, the structure will be animated to create the illusion of the house of cards rising and falling.
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Thanks To COVID-19, Here Are The Movies And TV Shows You Won't Be Seeing In Coming Months

1 year ago by Pete Vonder Haar
The expression "May you live in interesting times" has often been attributed to the translation of a traditional Chinese curse. While this origin is almost certainly incorrect, I think we can all agree that a little boredom in our current events would be a welcome change. Many of us, after...
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The Diary of Anne Frank is Brought to Devastating Life and Death at the MATCH

1 year ago by D. L. Groover
By the time the Nazis burst into the secret annex, behind the bookcase where the Frank family and others have been hiding for the past two years, to haul them away to death camps, and you haven't shed a tear, then I suggest you haven't got a heart. This Theater...
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Anne Frank's Diary Explores Hope in the Face of a Great Evil [UPDATED]

1 year ago by Margaret Downing
Vivienne St. John, Artistic Director of Main Street Theater's Theater For Youth, was — like many people — sadly surprised by the recent anti-Semitic attacks in New York City. She had hoped, thought, that kind of prejudice and violence against Jews was a thing of the past. Totally coincidentally, because...
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Son Of Sahm: Shandon Sahm Brings Tribute Show To Houston

2 years ago by Gladys Fuentes
Shandon Sahm, son of Texas legend Doug Sahm, provides the final quote in the documentary, Sir Doug and the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove, saying “He was put on this earth, like the Texas tornado that he was, came in, left us all this beautiful great body of work and music...

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