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The Art Car Parade Rolls In Differently This Year

14 days ago by Gladys Fuentes
The Houston Art Car Parade has been a yearly tradition since 1988 and one of the city's most festive and eclectic celebrations of artists in the community. Every year the much anticipated event is sandwiched into a fun weekend where art cars can be seen cruising all around Houston’s busy...

Folake Olowofoyeku Dances Into the Light

2 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
In her youth, Folake Olowofoyeku danced behind closed doors, hidden from her family and friends, those who may never have suspected just how badly she desired to express herself through art. That was a world away ago in Lagos, Nigeria and years before her acting career led her to the...

This Week in Houston Food Events: Taste Seasonal Ingredients at Their Peak at the New Le Jardinier

2 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Monday, May 17 Tax Day specials at Grimaldi’s Grimaldi’s will be celebrating Tax Day by offering traditional cheese pizzas for $10.40. Tuesday, May 18 Opening of Le Jardinier at MFAH Le Jardinier at MFAH, 5500 Main, is set to open within...

Openings and Closings: Four Seasons Gets a Pan-Latin Steak House, The Roastery Closes

5 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Toro Toro, 1300 Lamar, will open at the Four Seasons Hotel Houston in fall 2021. This will be the sixth location for the concept. The hotel has partnered with Richard Sandoval Hospitality to bring his award-winning global Pan-Latin Steakhouse to Houston. It will open in the hotel’s revamped third floor...

UH Opens New Interactive Art Display to Talk About the Police

28 days ago by Jef Rouner
In the aftermath of Derek Chauvin's conviction for murdering Houstonian George Floyd, the subject of what it means to interact with the cops has never been timelier. Enter Brooklyn artist Shaun Leonardo, who will be presenting a piece called “Your First Interaction With Police” at the University of Houston main campus...

Yusef Lateef's Worldwide Jazz Journey Reissued on Vinyl

12 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
As vinyl continues its unlikely resurgence for a music media format, audiophiles are drooling over their turntables (though likely quick to wipe it off) at the hundreds of albums — many out of print for decades — being reissued. And not just like they were originally. Many are coming out...

Best Virtual Bets: Fashion, Pretty Fire, and The Sound of Music

13 days ago by Natalie de la Garza
Fashion shows, serious discussions, and operatic singalongs are just a few things on this week’s list of best virtual (and socially distanced) bets.

Upcoming Houston Food Events: Local Institution Ouisie’s Table Celebrates 48 Years

13 days ago by Brooke Viggiano
Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss these deliciously fun culinary happenings: Torchy’s Tacos has announced its May Taco of the Month: The Tokyo Drifter. It features teriyaki glazed pulled pork, fried wonton strips, sweet and sour veggie slaw, sesame Sriracha mayo and cilantro, served with a lime...

Houston Ballet Returns in Force and Yes Virginia, There is a Nutcracker

17 days ago by Margaret Downing
After more than a year away from live, in-person performances, Houston Ballet today announces its 2021-22 season, ready to welcome pandemic-weary audiences back to the Wortham stage to see the company present the same upper level work its dancers have been known for in seasons past, according to Artistic Director...

Best Virtual Bets: Ballet, Sheng Wang, and Mariachi Divas

20 days ago by Natalie de la Garza
You can find ballet, opera, comedy and Cinco de Mayo festivities in this week’s best virtual bets.

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