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Alley Theater Announces 2017-18 Season, With World Premieres and the Return of Sherlock Holmes

3 years ago by Houston Press
Eleven productions strong, this season's bill of fare sounds both challenging and audience-pleasing.

21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: Menu of Menus and High-Flying Acrobats

3 years ago by Houston Press
A look at the 21 best things to do in Houston this week, including our own Menu of Menus and the Art Car Parade.

Upcoming: 8th Wonder Bash, Cindy Wilson, Jeezy, The Pixies, Rod Stewart, Snoop Dogg, Solange, Tycho, etc.

3 years ago by Tex Kerschen
A constantly update guide to upcoming concerts in the Greater Houston area.

The Best Things to Do in Houston This Weekend: Shrunken Heads & Space Junk

3 years ago by Susie Tommaney
Disgusting, right? But also pretty awesome. We're looking forward to viewing the shrunken heads and animal mummies over at HMNS (we heard there's a fish, a dog and a baby crocodile) and unlocking the secrets of ancient civilizations. On the futuristic end of the spectrum, we've got the world's first...

Houston's Most Underrated Restaurants

3 years ago by Phaedra Cook
There are times when a food writer should rely on a personal base of experience to declare a restaurant or a dish “best in class—or, sometimes, explain why it isn’t. Other times, a food writer might be confronted with such a wealth of knowledge from the readership that it would...

Good-bye Nashville, a Series That Was Almost Always in Tune

3 years ago by Chris Gray
Tonight ABC will air the final episode of Nashville, the soapy primetime drama set in the country-music capital. Nashville was never an especially high-rated show, nor did it draw much critical acclaim (except for maybe a few music critics), so in a way it’s a wonder that it held on...

This Week in Houston Food Events: First Annual Houston Fajita Festival

3 years ago by Alexandra Doyle
Monday, May 30 Memorial Day Specials Plenty of restaurants are offering Memorial Day specials, such as half-priced bottles of wine at Tony Mandola's and Laurenzo's, 25 percent off family meals at Boston Market and free small Frosty Treats at Wendy's. Sal y Pimienta Kitchen, 818 Town & Country, will be offering...

Houston Symphony: Copland and Dvorák

5 years ago by Alexandra Doyle
Swedish clarinetist Martin Fröst makes his Houston Symphony debut with Copland and Dvorák, a program that features Aaron Copland’s Clarinet Concerto and Dvorák’s Symphony No. 7. Also on the program are Charles Ives’s Symphony No. 1 and Goran Fröst’s (Martin’s brother) Klezmer Dances for Clarinet and Strings. Copland and Dvorák...

"Statements," at MFAH, Is a Remarkable Exhibit of Artistic Steps Forward

4 years ago by Randy Tibbits
You don’t often get the chance to see in person a work of art that changed the course of history, but you can see one now at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. And not just any history, but Houston’s history. Even the history of MFAH itself, in fact. The...

Exploring Field Recordings From the Bottom of the Ocean

4 years ago by Tex Kerschen
Maybe Alfie was only too quick to call it when he said, “I have heard the mermaids singing, each to each, I do not think that they will sing to me” in T.S. Eliot’s The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. I don’t always make enough time for world music,...

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