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Bob Anderson Channels the Chairman in Sinatra Extravaganza

5 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
Under normal circumstances, assuming the identity of another person is a punishable crime. But for Bob Anderson, transforming himself into Frank Sinatra – physically, vocally, and facially – it’s all in an evening’s work. As video evidence attests, Anderson’s “Frank Sinatra” is scarily accurate. He’ll transport Houston audiences to Caesar’s...
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Dive Headfirst Into the Brilliant But Short Career of Vincent van Gogh at MFAH

8 days ago by Susie Tommaney
Vincent van Gogh believed that a creative force animated all forms of life, and looking back at his brief but brilliant career as an artist, it's clear that the Dutch Post-Impressionist had tapped into his own "something of the eternal" in painting his portraits, landscapes and still lifes. Through June, Houstonians...
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Singer Susan Graham Belts French Lyrics, But She's A Texas Gal At Heart

13 days ago by Sam Byrd
Grammy Award winner Susan Graham makes her appearance with the Houston Symphony for "La me + Susan Graham" Friday through Sunday at Jones Hall.
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Houston Rockets: Trade Rumors Swirling Around Terrence Jones On Draft Day

4 years ago by Sean Pendergast
Among good NBA teams last season, no squad was more snake bitten with injuries than the Houston Rockets. Three of their five starters at the beginning of 2014-15 wound up missing sizable chunks of the season (or in the case of point guard Patrick Beverley, the entire postseason). Still, as...
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Stages Repertory Theatre Announces its 2019-20 Season With a Touch of Doo-Wop

14 days ago by Houston Press
With a move halfway through the upcoming season to its new home at The Gordy, Stages Repertory Theatre has a packed season ahead of it as evidenced by its release of what's ahead. With everything from its old reliables — Panto and Sister's Catechism — to several new works (two...
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The Sitar Sounds of Anoushka Shankar

19 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
Anoushka Shankar gets it, she really does. She understands that when the general public hears the very distinctive sounds of her musical instrument of choice – the sitar – certain images come flowing into the mind. Certain images of an Age of Aquarius, or the sound coming from a 45...
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Four Thoughts on New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft's Solicitation of Prostitution Charges

23 days ago by Sean Pendergast
Unless you've been living under a rock, I'm guessing you've heard by now that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, 77, was one of 25 men, from varying ages of 29 years old all the way up to 84 years old, to have arrest warrants issued in their names as...
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6 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Rodeo Parade and Bark in the Park

26 days ago by Susie Tommaney
RodeoHouston is almost here, and our first clues involve seeing horses, boots and cowboy hats all over town. But before the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo kicks off, we've got a parade, trail rides, Go Texan Day and a run. This weekend also includes a ballet inspired by Hamlet, Musiqa's...
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5 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Sweet Jazz and Black History VR

1 month ago by Susie Tommaney
Classy and classic go hand-in-hand during this weekend of culture in the Bayou City. From an intimate concert by rising opera divas and divos, to new choreography, and chamber music inspired by runaway bamboo, there are plenty of reasons to get dressed up for a night on the town. Black...
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6 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Quidditch, Love and Lunar New Year

1 month ago by Susie Tommaney
Love is in the air this weekend in Houston as the Bayou City ramps up for Valentine's Day with celebrations of the Lunar New Year, dance, a roller derby quidditch match, and a bike ride past heart-themed graffiti murals. It's a great time to explore other cultures or learn more...

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