Editor’s Picks

Texas Lens: Resilience

As soon as my sister and I got off the escalator at the George R. Brown Convention Center on our way to see the Houston Grand Opera's production of Norma, we were greeted with a gigantic sign— “The Show Will Go On—with the words, “HGO Resilience Theatre” written underneath. ...

Texas String Divas

For classically-trained string players, the traditional route to making a living as a professional musician is fairly narrow: win a job in a major orchestra, find a full-time teaching position, or gig like there is no tomorrow....

Eclipsed No More: DMA Shines Light on Rare Edward Steichen Murals

In 1913, Agnes Ernst Meyer, the wife of financier Eugene Meyer, Jr., and pregnant with her second child, was out of sorts and unable to make her rounds to the art galleries, where, as a former New York Post reporter on the art beat, she had been dubbed “the Sun Girl” by photographer-gallerists Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen. Writing to Stieglitz, a brooding Meyer quipped, “I am now your Eclipsed Sun-girl.”...