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Diana Kennedy, Grande Dame of Mexican Cuisine, Brings Book-Signing Tour to Hugo's

7 years ago by Kaitlin Steinberg
Here in Texas, we know a lot about Mexican food. But what most of America (including Texas) thinks of as Mexican is actually Tex-Mex, a hybrid of Mexican cuisine and American ingredients. It's comforting to us native Texans, for sure, but it's not true Mexican food. Diana Kennedy knows real...
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Diana Vreeland Holds Court in Full Gallop at Stages Repertory Theatre

6 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
Diana Vreeland was an American fashion icon for more than 50 years. As a columnist and fashion editor for Harper's Bazaar and then editor for Vogue, the undisputed fashion bible of the era, Vreeland influenced styles, set trends and ran with a very famous crowd (she "discovered" Lauren Bacall, advised...
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Houston's Tex-Mex Soul

3 years ago by Gwendolyn Knapp
Robb Walsh is rummaging through the dry storage area in search of the anchos. We’re in the kitchen of his Montrose ode-to-old-school Tex-Mex restaurant El Real, which the Beard Award winning writer and former Houston Press food critic opened in 2010 with chef Bryan Caswell. He pulls out a large...
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Ogle Red Carpet Couture in MFAH's Oh-So-Fab Oscar de la Renta Exhibit

3 years ago by Susie Tommaney
Expect at least one piece from Lynn Wyatt's fabulous closet at a season-long smorgasbord of high fashion.
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Freedom Rings Across Houston and the Surrounding Areas This Independence Day

3 years ago by Natalie de la Garza
Let freedom ring this Independence Day with free concerts, fireworks and all the hot dogs and ice cream you can stomach. Let us help you plan your weekend here in Houston and the surrounding areas.
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21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Texas Derby and Pride Houston Events

3 years ago by Houston Press
Tuesday, June 20 Gladiators are typically depicted as the chiseled models of athletic perfection. In this case, they literally are chiseled — into stone. The Houston Museum of Natural Science will present Gladiator Graffiti & Roman Blood Sport: Findings from Aphrodisias by Peter De Staebler, a one-day-only lecture that shows...
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"Oldchella" Celebrates Rock's Ultimate Survivors

4 years ago by Andy Hermann
There has never been a mega-festival quite like Desert Trip. There are just six acts and only one stage. No art installations, no dance tent, no bands you never heard of serenading you in the distance while you stand in line at the beer garden. Just a half-dozen rock &...
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Syncing Ink With NSangou Njikam

5 years ago by Brandon Caldwell
Theater is in a rather interesting space right now with hip-hop. A musical, Hamilton based upon the life of Alexander Hamilton is currently the hottest show on Broadway. Classic hip-hop has replaced dad rock as the go to radio choice for adults born in the ‘70s. It’s a unique twist...
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The Beatles in Houston: Yesterday and Today

5 years ago by Chris Gray
August 19, 1965 was a Thursday, and Houston was actually enjoying a spell of unseasonably cool weather – high temperatures were only in the middle 90s. Even then the Bayou City was one of the ten largest in the nation, but it was nowhere near the sprawling megalopolis that has...
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100 Favorite Dishes 2013-2014: No. 31, Cochito con Mole Xico at Hugo's

7 years ago by Kaitlin Steinberg
This year, leading up to our annual Menu of Menus® issue, Kaitlin Steinberg counts down her 100 favorite dishes as she eats her way through Houston. She'll compile a collection of the dishes she thinks are the most awesome, most creative and, of course, most delicious in town. It's a...

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