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We Crave Temporary Experiences, Popups Deliver

2 months ago by Kate McLean
Blasts of neon light with accompanying music all fueled by personal touch at The Color Factory. Bright yellow shipping container Café Bustelo slinging cortaditos and hot, crisp empanadas. A trip to the theater that’s actually located in an Airbnb to see All Through The House. Keep these one-of-a-kind popups coming,...
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Tweaks, Apps and New Opportunities at the 2020 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

2 months ago by Abby Downing-Beaver
Striving for more comfort and convenience, the 2020 version of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has added baby stations at multiple locations, tweaked its rideshare drop-offs by moving them to a new spot and for visitors of all ages: added a new tented area with sofas, outlets, and water...
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Best Bets This Weekend: The Elliot Trilogy, Sarah McLachlan, and the Schumann Festival

2 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
Welcome to your last weekend before Valentine’s Day. Here you’ll find plenty to do and see this weekend, including two plays from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, the works of some great composers, and the country’s first Muslim woman comedian.
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ROCO's Age of Aquarius Dawns With Professor Robert Greenberg

3 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
Professor Robert Greenberg leads a ROCO trio through the 1770s, 1870s, and 1970s in Age of Aquarius.
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Cactus Flowers Hopes to Cast an Enchanting Spell with Incantations

4 months ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Just days before her band celebrates the release of its new album, Jessica Murillo considers what’s been most challenging about the process of creating the first-ever Cactus Flowers LP. Was it writing the nine tracks on the record? Nope. Murillo said the music is a collection of songs she’s written...
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10 Best Bets This Weekend: Dickens on The Strand, y El Milagro del Recuerdo

4 months ago by Susie Tommaney
Funny and festive, blissful and sweet, this weekend offers more than a few of our favorite things. There's a mariachi opera, comedy on stage, Latin-inspired music, a marathon monologue from Jay Leno, a gingerbread build-off (in space!), a homecoming of sorts over at the Houston Ballet, and a return to...
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New Holiday Cheer and Tradition Meet in Houston Ballet's The Nutcracker

4 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
A holiday tradition, Houston Ballet Artistic Director Stanton Welch's The Nutcracker, returns to the Wortham for a little seasonal cheer.
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10 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Thanksgiving Parade, Holiday Lights

5 months ago by Susie Tommaney
For those of us lucky enough to get a long holiday weekend, congrats, and for everybody else who has a job that doesn't align with Turkey Day festivities, then we still wish you seasons greetings and the spirit of the holidays. There's plenty to see and do this weekend in...
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Best Bets This Weekend: Lonestar Rally, Señorita Cinema, y Día de los Muertos

5 months ago by Susie Tommaney
We're finally at that sweet spot here along the Texas Gulf Coast when being outside actually feels pleasant. Which is a good thing with celebrations of motorcycles and music in Galveston, skating legends at the Jamail Skate Park, and Día de Muertos festivities at Discovery Green, MECA, and the National...
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Houston's QFest Entertains With Thought-Provoking New Films and Shorts

2 years ago by Susie Tommaney
One look at this year's QFest line-up and it becomes apparent that mainstream blockbusters are woefully lacking when it comes to variety and plotlines. Instead of CGI enhanced fight scenes that run a little too long, we're being treated to international films that are both entertaining and cerebral. "I just...

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