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¡Viva! Hispanic Heritage Month, Mexican Independence Day, y Mas

7 days ago by Susie Tommaney
With National Hispanic Heritage Month kicking off September 15, Mexican Independence Day being celebrated on September 16, and key performances planned at some of our favorite venues around town, the months ahead give Houstonians the opportunity to experience and share the rich traditions found in Latin culture. On a busy...
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Leon Bridges Brings A Night of Soul to The Woodlands

5 months ago by DeVaughn Douglas
“I’m so happy to be in Houston,” exclaimed Leon Bridges as he adjusted the brim of his hat and walked into the white spotlight. The singer, dressed in all black, stood with his back to the audience and looked up at the two huge illuminated letters “L” and “B” as...
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Rent Comes Alive Once Again in a Thrilling Production at the Hobby Center

1 month ago by D. L. Groover
Is Jonathan Larson's Rent (1996) the saddest Broadway musical ever? Not in its fictional plot, which is a deft adaption of Puccini's war horse opera La Boheme, but in its tragic backstage real life plot. Wunderkind Larson, in love with musicals from his childhood and later a protege, of sorts,...
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Aladdin the Musical Keeps the Magic Going Throughout

3 months ago by D. L. Groover
All aboard! There's plenty of room on this fabulous flying carpet for the entire family. Hop on with Aladdin and Jasmine and take a ride through the wonders of the Broadway musical Aladdin spun by a host of Tony-winners and Disney wizards. These master craftsmen have been responsible for such...
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Upcoming Houston Food Events: Win Free Antone's Po'boys, Mix with Van Gogh at MFAH

5 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Mark your calendars, because you don't want to miss these deliciously fun culinary happenings: The chance to win Antone's free po'boys for a year is happening on social media through May 15. The "How Do You Antone's?" contest gives fans of Antone's po'boys an opportunity to win 52 vouchers, each...
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James Beard Foundation Says Thanks For the Hospitality Houston, But No Awards For You

6 months ago by Houston Press
Talk about a wipe out. Despite the nominees announcement dinner being held in Houston last night, not a single Houston chef, bar or restaurant was named today as a nominee in the 2019 James Beard Awards. No nominees, means no winners this year. All those happy faces at last night's...
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Los Tigres Del Norte Roar at Rodeo Houston

6 months ago by Marco Torres
Los Tigres Del Norte NRG Stadium March 10, 2019 Family can be a beautiful thing. They lift you up when you are down, give you affection when you need it the most, and tell you the truth even when you'd prefer the opposite. The Hernandez family from San Jose, California...
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Openings and Closings: Uptown Sushi Reopens, Rhotey Rotisserie Closes

7 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Uptown Sushi, 1131 Uptown Park Boulevard, has reopened after a six month upgrade and renovation. The family-owned Japanese sushi and fusion restaurant has been serving the uptown Galleria area since 2004. Co-owner Peggy Chang says "After 15 years of serving our inventive cuisine, we were inspired to redesign our restaurant...
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Openings and Closings: Perry's Steakhouse Debuts in River Oaks, Verandah Indian Opens

7 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Perry's Steakhouse and Grille, 1997 West Gray, opened February 11. The stunning two story restaurant and bar takes over the space that was previously a California Kitchen and as many Houstonians of a certain age remember, a hopping Birra Poretti's. The location in the River Oaks Shopping Center is the...
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RodeoHouston's Elusive Lightning in a Bottle: a Look Back at Top Music Acts

7 months ago by Susie Tommaney
Everybody knows that when it comes to paid rodeo/concert attendance at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Go Tejano Day — the most popular of RodeoHouston's themed days — almost always knocks it out of the park. El gran día celebrates the Hispanic culture that is so deeply ingrained in our region's...

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