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Capsule Stage Reviews: Steel Magnolias, The Story of Burford, Category 5, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Journey to the Center of My Brain (in 3-D)

11 years ago by D. L. Groover
Steel Magnolias Old-fashioned as it may be, Robert Harling's 1987 comedy-drama about a girl who suffers from complications from diabetes remains a very tender story that's as funny as it is sad. And when the actors are as uniformly strong as the ones getting their up-dos at Truvy's Beauty Parlor...
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Capsule Stage Reviews: Steel Magnolias, The Story of Burford, Category 5, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Journey to the Center of My Brain (in 3-D)

11 years ago by D. L. Groover
Steel Magnolias Old-fashioned as it may be, Robert Harling's 1987 comedy-drama about a girl who suffers from complications from diabetes remains a very tender story that's as funny as it is sad. And when the actors are as uniformly strong as the ones getting their up-dos at Truvy's Beauty Parlor...
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Capsule Stage Reviews: Last Easter, Sherlock Holmes and the Crucifer of Blood, Steel Magnolias, The Tamarie Cooper Show: Journey to the Center of My Brain (in 3-D)

11 years ago by D. L. Groover
Last Easter Bad English accents swirl through Bryony Lavery's confessional drama presented by Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company, but that's the least of the problems. Although the last half of the first act is set at Lourdes, the French town made famous by the sightings of St. Bernadette and the healing...
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My Five Favorite Sandwich Spots of 2019

19 days ago by Jeff Balke
Eating as many sandwiches as I did over the course of the last year, I found a few spots that I absolutely love. While I do tend to stick with my favorite hoagies at these spots, they all have multiple subs worth sampling and as we close out 2019, it...
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An Award-Winning Revival of Hello, Dolly! Comes to the Hobby Center

23 days ago by Margaret Downing
Dolly Gallagher Levi is coming back to Houston in all her matchmaking glory — this time in a revival production that scooped up four Tonys including one for Best Musical Revival. Hello, Dolly! tells the turn-of-the-century story of Levi, a middle-aged widow who makes it her business to get right...
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Openings and Closings: SusieCakes and Voodoo Doughnut Open, Fluff Bake Bar Relocates

2 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
SusieCakes, 1709 Dryden, opened January 16 in the Medical Center. This is the second location for the California-based company which was founded thirteen years ago by Susan Sarich in Brentwood, California near Los Angeles. The company soon expanded throughout California and has opened five shops in Texas. Sarich based many...
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If Comedy Ever Stops Being Fun, Stand-Up Kathleen Madigan Can Always Bartend

3 days ago by Vic Shuttee
“The comedians that I’m friends with are great to drink with, and the ones that are not great to drink with are not my friends”
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A Farewell To A King: Rush's Neil Peart Passes Away

6 days ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Suddenly you were gone From all the lives you left your mark upon Neil Peart, drummer and lyricist for the band Rush, died of brain cancer last week. He was 67. Peart was still jokingly referred to as "the new guy" by bandmates Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, despite joining...
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Last Night: The Black Keys at Toyota Center

2 months ago by Matthew Keever
The Black Keys Toyota Center November 12, 2019 After a three-year hiatus between their final show in 2015 and their return to the studio in 2018, drummer Patrick Carney began having a recurring nightmare in which he and guitarist Dan Auerbach forgot to rehearse and couldn't remember any of their songs...
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Houston Concert Watch 1/8: Gladys Knight and More

11 days ago by Matthew Keever
If there's one resolution we can all agree on, it's that we didn't see enough live music in 2019. Whether you attended two concerts or 20, why not make 2020 the year of concerts? This week, we've got some great options for music lovers of just about every genre. Keep...

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