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September Art Shows: Urban Legend, Ground Zero and Prisoner of Love

1 year ago by Susie Tommaney
Between upcoming museum exhibitions that cover everything from murals to American Sign Language and Aboriginal art, to local gallery openings and even a few out of town offerings, September is the month to get out and see what's happening on the local art scene. Dig deeper to learn how the...

Announcing the Houston Theater Awards 2019

1 year ago by D. L. Groover
When our distinguished panel met to finalize our winners and nominees for the 2018-19 Houston Theater Awards, the meeting was surprisingly amicable. Many of our choices were unanimous, or close to it, which I think speaks highly of the quality of this year's winners. It was, by all accounts, a...

Major Garrett Chronicles the Lasting Effects of Trump's Legacy in New Book

2 years ago by Susie Tommaney
Books about President Trump's term in office are being cranked out faster than unchecked tribbles on a starship. But with so many anonymous and outright allegations and a revolving door of miffed exes (lovers, staffers) looking for a book deal, it's hard to know which pointed finger to believe. Enter...

Jon Hamm Shines as Desperate American Entangled in Beirut

3 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
Brad Anderson’s talky-smartish thriller Beirut, like the first half of Million Dollar Arm, sets Hamm’s sharpie loose in a country — in this case a fractious Lebanon — where the rules aren’t his

Professor Trill

10 years ago by Henry Adaso
"Don't you think this is a bit much?" Bun B inquires in his baritone voice. It's 71 degrees in Houston and a throng of journalists is jostling for position inside Rice University's Duncan Hall, all waiting to pick the brain of Distinguished Lecturer Bernard Freeman, known to most as Bun...

Ten Things to Do in Houston for $10 or Less (Seven Free), August 17-23

3 years ago by Natalie de la Garza
Check out the Houston Press calendar for even more things to do.

Asteroids Are One Way to Mess With Texas

3 years ago by Steve Jansen
Waves as high as the tallest modern-day skyscrapers in Houston. Tsunamis jumping out of the Gulf of Mexico and flowing halfway to Dallas. An insane collapse of the coastline. This was the scene in Houston more than 65 million years ago following an asteroid’s collision with Earth. And that asteroid...

21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Space Vixens and Video Game Music

3 years ago by Houston Press
Astros, Skeeters, Prince, Video Games Live and 17 more calendar-stuffers.

21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Fútbol, Regrets and the Throne from GoT

3 years ago by Houston Press
Tuesday, June 27 An evil, scheming uncle teams up with a pack of no-good hyenas to bring down his brother’s reign as king by killing the monarch and getting rid of his son. Shakespearean in scope — and the winner of six Tony Awards — Disney’s The Lion King musical...

A Kaleidoscope of Houston's Sizzling Summer Dance Nights

4 years ago by Houston Press
Summer's here and the time is right for dancing in the streets, but this being Houston, indoors will do.

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