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Imperial Sugar Sure Is Sweet On Blake Shelton, Houston's Reginald Adams

8 years ago by Chris Gray
Rocks Off has made no secret that we're not the biggest Blake Shelton fan who ever lived. He knows that. So it's not like we lie awake at night wondering what he's going to do next. Still, we didn't expect this. Houston artist Reginald Adams, founder of the Museum of...

MasterMinds One Year Later: Reginald Adams and MOCAH

10 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
Reginald Adams, founder of the Museum of Cultural Arts Houston (MOCAH), credits his MasterMinds Award win last year as boosting more than MOCAH's bank account. "Every penny counts with the work we do," he tells us, "so the money was certainly appreciated and well used. But the money itself didn't...

Reginald Smith Presents an Online Concert for HGO Showcasing Black Composers

7 months ago by Margaret Downing
When he put together his concert program for the second installment of the Houston Grand Opera's recital series, American baritone Reginald Smith knew he wanted something that would convey yearning, a stretch for something more and in the end, hope. He also was determined to highlight Black composers. So beginning...

Best Virtual Bets: God, Judy Garland, and Jacob's Pillow

7 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
The virtual landscape is varied for the entertainment-seeker this week.

Is It For Whom the Bell Tolls Time for HISD's Trustees, Despite Kashmere's Success?

2 years ago by Margaret Downing
It was an almost completely glorious day for Houston ISD Thursday as dignitaries, staff, district officials and true believers gathered at Kashmere High School to celebrate that school finally scoring a "C" in the state accountability ratings.  Because when you're looking at another "F," clearing the hurdles with a "C"...

Texas Children's Hospital

More than 300 moving works of original art by patients at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers and their siblings will adorn the hospital’s auxiliary bridge for the 25th Annual Making A...
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"Tree of Life" Blooms in Downtown Houston

4 years ago by Natalie de la Garza
Reginald Adams’s “Tree of Life” mural on the side of Skanska's Capitol Tower is one of four commissioned by the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee ahead of Super Bowl LI.

Upcoming: Adam Lambert, Buzzfest 32, Golden Dawn Arkestra, Insane Clown Posse, The SLAB Tour, Tori Kelly, etc.

6 years ago by Andrea Huang
The 3DNATEE Show: With Big Bad Kab, NEGUS, Karma Jonze, Reginald Gohnson. Tue., October 6, 8 p.m., $15 to $30. Warehouse Live, 813 St. Emanuel, Houston, 713-225-5483. 80 Proof Band: Fri., October 9, 8 p.m., $5 to $10. Concert Pub — Galleria, 5636 Richmond, Houston, 713-278-7272. 93.7 The Beat presents...

MasterMinds 2016 One Year Later: HISD's EMERGE Program

4 years ago by Steve Jansen
The first participants of the Houston Independent School District’s EMERGE program, a winner of a 2016 MasterMinds Award from Houston Press, recently graduated college and are settling into their first post-college jobs. There are four of them. Today, there are more than 300 Houston-area high-school students who are about to go...

MasterMinds 2016 One Year Later: Horse Head Theatre Company

4 years ago by Steve Jansen
Jacey Little had recently finished some grant paperwork for the Houston Arts Alliance when she spoke to the Houston Press. Her mind was still decompressing from business mode. Which is good when an organization is trying to grow from toddler to infant (and eventually to grown-up). Little, artistic director for...

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