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Top Five Most Terrible Nfl Jerseys

Recently followers witnessed finish of an era when Ken Griffey Jr .. announced his retirement…

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Sex, Murder and a New Truck
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Sex, Murder and a New Truck

TUTS Goes Underground With a Racy New Series Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS)  is breaking…

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Thom Pain (based on nothing)
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Thom Pain (based on nothing)

Ken Webster, artistic director of Hyde Park Theatre, stars in and directs Will Eno’s tour…

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What a Feeling
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What a Feeling

DeQuina Moore wants to entertain you. Originally from Houston, no rx her dreams of the…

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Heavy Metal Jazz
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Heavy Metal Jazz

Internationally acclaimed Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela are back on the road…

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Summer Screens
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Summer Screens

French Toons The French animator Jean-François Laguionie stocks his latest animated film with characters who…

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Books for a Summer Day
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Books for a Summer Day

Architecture of Seduction As the 1960s became The Sixties, architect Horace Gifford executed a remarkable…

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Happy Daze
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Happy Daze

We’re reaching an exciting time in contemporary art for many reasons, not the least of…

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New Texas Talent 2013:  Jane Radstrom
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New Texas Talent 2013: Jane Radstrom

Jane Radstrom is an Austin figurative artist in the best of the classical tradition, but…

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New Texas Talent 2013:  Chad Michael
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New Texas Talent 2013: Chad Michael

Chad Michael is an emerging metroplex artist whose painting Release the Balloons! III will be…

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State of Summer Arts
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State of Summer Arts

Size Matters Lifelike invites a close examination of artworks based on commonplace objects and situations,…

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Adventurous Programing (Re-)Defined
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Adventurous Programing (Re-)Defined

Houston arts organizations embrace risk and reward In the business of classical music, the subject…

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Housing Your Work
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Housing Your Work

Venue Hunting in Houston When Horse Head Theatre Company performed Stephen Belber’s Fault Lines, which…

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Place Play
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Place Play

Houston Set Designers Conjure Fantastic Worlds In 2008, Jodi Bobrovsky bought a taxidermied dog and…

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Time to Ramble On…Home
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Time to Ramble On…Home

Houston’s Nomadic Arts Groups Put Down Roots With the onslaught of trendy pop-up galleries, mobile…

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The Waiting Game
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The Waiting Game

Lillian Warren’s Paintings Play with Time Waiting is an action defined by stagnation, tedium, and…

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Byzantine Things in the World
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Byzantine Things in the World

No exhibition in recent memory better exemplifies what the Dominican priest Father Marie-Alain Couturier is…

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Call it Street Art, Call it Fine Art, Call it What You Know
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Call it Street Art, Call it Fine Art, Call it What You Know

Politics are inherent in street art. The fact that the art form sidesteps established museum…

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Music of the Heart
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Music of the Heart

Some critics have labeled Songs for a New World as an abstract musical, given the…

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“Traces” Soars on Stage
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“Traces” Soars on Stage

Direct from London
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Direct from London

  The Queen is coming to Texas. Helen Mirren reprises her Academy Award-winning role as…

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The Tool at Hand
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The Tool at Hand

Review:  David Aylsworth
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Review: David Aylsworth

David Aylsworth: Five, nurse Six, Seven, Eight David Aylsworth had me at the title of…

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Review:  Steve McCurry
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Review: Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry: The Unguarded Moment One look at his iconic portrait of a 13-year old…

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Astrodome Rising? (UPDATED)
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Astrodome Rising? (UPDATED)

Proposal for Moldering Stadium Shows Promise Amid Logistical, Access Issues Update to story posted April…

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You Can Go Home Again
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You Can Go Home Again

Trey McIntyre’s Peter Pan Returns to Houston Ballet “I love my childhood,” mused my son,…

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Room for Improvement
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Room for Improvement

Theater’s Proposed Renovation Includes Overdue Improvements But Needs a Lighter Touch In contrast to Houston’s…

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Suspended Animation
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Suspended Animation

The Bridge Club Heads to Currents New Media Festival If the medium is the message,…

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A Plethora of Prints
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A Plethora of Prints

PrintHouston Returns, Leaving Its Mark on Spaces Large and Small Although it’s only in its…

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Texas Indies
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Texas Indies

For the second year lights, camera, and action is coming to south Dallas as the…

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Naturally Texas
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Naturally Texas

Texas is one of those states that have a mythology all to themselves. The majority…

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8 Kids, 2 Punk Rock Fans, a Probation Officer & a Dream
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8 Kids, 2 Punk Rock Fans, a Probation Officer & a Dream

Ben Tecumseh DeSoto’s Whole Mind Workshop Brings Art Where It’s Needed Most Having signed an…

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Lords of the Ancient Andes
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Lords of the Ancient Andes

Between AD 600 and AD 1000, long before the Inca, the Wari forged a complex…

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Structural Integrity
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Structural Integrity

I have found it to be the case — usually — that works seeking (whatever)…

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Cohn Drennan Contemporary
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Cohn Drennan Contemporary

Cohn Drennan Contemporary has mounted a stellar show of three strong Texas artists – each…

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Cowboys & Aliens
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Cowboys & Aliens

In his newest show, Resurrected Dreams: Cowboys, Aliens & Espionage, artist Randall Reid seeks to…

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Deep in the Marrow
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Deep in the Marrow

Stark Naked Ends Season with Macbeth Stark Naked Theatre co-artistic directors Kim Tobin and Philip…

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MFAH Inflated Attendance Figures for Years
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MFAH Inflated Attendance Figures for Years

General Admission Visits Are Less Than 19% of Beck, Law Building Tallies Having spent two…

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Orchestrating Success
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Orchestrating Success

The Conductors of the Texas Music Festival When is a conductor more than a conductor?…

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‘Round 7’ at Lawndale Art Center
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‘Round 7’ at Lawndale Art Center

Why do we copy? Why do we appropriate imagery? Is it inherently different from the…

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