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M83, CHVRCHES to Help Christen White Oak Music Hall in April

3 years ago by Chris Gray
This morning White Oak Music Hall, the deluxe multi-stage music venue now under construction on Houston's near Northside, announced its grand opening date and initial concert lineup for its 40' x 40' outdoor stage. On tap for the opening weekend are the French electronic moodscapes of M83 (April 9); as well as young UK...

Reverse Mortgage Lenders May Be the Big Bad Wolf

2 years ago by Craig Malisow
In early August 2016, 73-year-old Mary Taylor opened her mail and found some shocking news: The southwest Houston home she’d lived in for more than 30 years was in foreclosure. Five months earlier, she had received a certified letter from a company she’d never heard of, Reverse Mortgage Solutions, saying...

Shows of the Week: This Time John Legend Brings Both Darkness and Light

2 years ago by Chris Gray
The livest live music in the Bayou City for the fourth week of May 2017.

Houston's 26 Coolest Concerts of Summer 2017

2 years ago by Tex Kerschen
“Ever let the Fancy roam, Pleasure never is at home”: 25 hot summer shows plus one to grow on.

#NewHoustonRap: The Gospel According to BeatKing's '3 Weeks'

3 years ago by Brandon Caldwell
In the beginning, there was a drum, an instrument that created a loud thunk when hit hard. After that beginning, there was a man begot from the heavens to carry on the legacy of Juicy J, DJ Paul, Crunchy Black, Gangsta Boo and other affiliates of Memphis-based rap pioneers Three...

No Pressure For ZZ Top and Jeff Beck at The Woodlands

4 years ago by Angelica Leicht
ZZ Top, Jeff Beck Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion May 2, 2015 All right, fine, ZZ Top. You win. I guess every girl is crazy about a sharp dressed man. Well, at least this girl is anyway, after the sharp-dressed and sharp-sounding show the boys from Texas put on at Cynthia...

Capsule Art Reviews: January 15, 2015

4 years ago by Randy Tibbits
"Arranging Family" Photographer and sculptor Carlee Fernandez uses the central theme of family — and how the past intersects with the present and gives hope for the future — to demonstrate her centeredness and strength. Her reverence for her ancestors, who join her in spirit, allows her to create something...

Saying Goodbye to Studio A at the Met

6 years ago by Adam Castaneda
This week marks the last run of classes at the Houston Metropolitan Dance Center's 1202 Calumet address. The company is moving to its new residence at 2808 Caroline, and the studios will be christened with free dance classes at the center's open houses on June 1 and 2. Every dancer...

Confined Youth

In the Group Heartbreaking: These dayhab places are the biggest scam on the planet ["The Recruit," by Paul Knight, June 11, 2009]. Having gone through three since my son graduated from the public school system in May of last year, my heart is broken by the appalling lack of anything...

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