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Theater performances around town
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Published in 27-12-2017
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Theater "Soulful Sounds of Christmas" Holiday story written by Chika Kaba Ma'atunde. Presented by Ensemble Theatre. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 8 p.m. Friday, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday; $36-$50; 3535 Main; 713-520-0055, ensemblehouston.org. "A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas" Charles Dickens' classic tale returns. Presented by the Alley Theatre. 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 2:30 and 7:30 ...>>
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On the go: Events and happenings this week around Houston
Entertainment
Published in 27-12-2017
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What to do in the city this week.

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What movies are showing outside the megaplex?
Entertainment
Published in 27-12-2017
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MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON 1001 Bissonnet; mfah.org "Kid Flix Mix 1" Selections from the 2017 New York International Children's Film Festival, including Audience Award winners, "Tiger" and "Stone Soup"; and some of the highest-rated shorts, such as "Crocodile," "Mr. Night Has a Day Off" and "Water Path for a Fish." 11 a.m. Thursday "Kid Flix Mix 2" Features the 2017 New York International ...>>
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New Year's Eve events around Houston
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Published in 27-12-2017
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FAMILY High Noon Countdown New Year's celebration for the little ones, with games and creative art projects. When: 10 a.m.-noon and 1-3 p.m. Sunday Where: The Woodlands Children's Museum, 4775 W. Panther Creek, The Woodlands Tickets: $6; woodlandschildrensmuseum.org Rockin' New Year This end-of-year bash rings in the new year at the stroke of noon with a parade, two ball drops, a ...>>

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Art Daybook: Installation at CAMH imagines a world without boundaries
Entertainment
Published in 27-12-2017
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The piece: "Telepathic Improvisation" The artists: Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz Where: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, through Jan. 7 Why: The transitional week between Christmas and New Year's can make it a challenge to find one's bearings. It's no longer quite this year, but not yet next year, either. What better moment to explore an art installation that imagines a world wit ...>>
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What movies are showing outside the megaplex?
Entertainment
Published in 20-12-2017
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DISCOVERY GREEN 1500 McKinney; discoverygreen.com "A Madea Christmas" Madea, right, dispenses her unique form of holiday spirit on a rural town when she's coaxed into helping a friend pay her daughter a surprise visit in the country for Christmas. 7 p.m. Thursday MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, HOUSTON 1001 Bissonnet; mfah.org "Loving Vincent" In a story depicted in oil-painted animation, a young man co ...>>
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Remembering go-to guitarist Kenny Cordray
Entertainment
Published in 20-12-2017
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Andy Bradley queues up a song at Wire Road Studios, and his eyes glisten the moment the guitar enters. The song is by local singer and saxophonist Evelyn Rubio. Kenny Cordray plays guitar on the session, one of the last things he ever recorded. "He was my go-to guitar player," Bradley says. The statement carries weight because Bradley's career as a recording engineer spans more than 30 years ...>>
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How food cultivates heritage
Entertainment
Published in 20-12-2017
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When prominent New York chef David Chang famously wrote last year that Houston might be the next food capital of America, many took notice. But the Bayou City's potential claim to this culinary title didn't happen overnight. It started in the early 19th century - a time plagued by discrimination, slavery and disadvantaged communities - when family-run farms, grocery stores and restauran ...>>
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Saint Arnold's newest beers have lively backstories
Entertainment
Published in 20-12-2017
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Saint Arnold offers a tale of two good beers this holiday season. New in December from the Houston craft brewery are Cut With Bread Pudding, which replaces Sailing Santa as a winter seasonal this year, and a yummy stout that is the latest in the quarterly Icon series. Icon Blue is a chocolate milk stout inspired by a Mexican hot chocolate from one of the city's pre-eminent chefs, Hugo Ortega ...>>
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Nathaniel Donnett's work has an inner glow that opens windows to the soul
Entertainment
Published in 20-12-2017
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The piece: "I looked over Jordan and what did I see; a band of angels coming after me" The artist: Nathaniel Donnett Where: Art League Houston, through Jan. 20 Why: The most evocative piece of Nathaniel Donnett's show "In One Form or Another; Verse One," suggests the facade of a ramshackle frame house that is emitting a violet-blue glow from inside, an effect that seems both elegaic and omino ...>>
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These were the top shows for 2017 according to IMDb
Entertainment
Published in 13-12-2017
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It's no secret that people love to watch series like "Game of Thrones" or "The Walking Dead" but just how much do people love these shows?

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Singaporean-inspired Sing to open in Garden Oaks/Oak Forest area
Entertainment
Published in 13-12-2017
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Former Houston Press restaurant critic Cuc Lam is partnering with Houston restaurateur Jerry Lasco (the Tasting Room, Max's Wine Dive) for new Asian restaurant in Garden Oaks/Oak Forest neighborhood

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Famous former University of Houston Cougars
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Published in 13-12-2017
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The University of Houston's fall semester ends this week, and if you're one of the university's graduating seniors taking part in Fall Convocation on Thursday and Friday, all the work has been worth it.

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In Bloom's inaugural musical lineup features Beck, Incubus, Queens of the Stone Age, Martin Garrix
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Published in 13-12-2017
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The inaugural In Bloom Music Festival is coming to Eleanor Tinsley Park March 24 and March 25, 2018.

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Houston's new In Bloom festival springs lineup
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Published in 13-12-2017
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The new In Bloom festival -- the old Free Press Summer Festival -- announced its 2018 lineup, and it's quite good. But it also is what it is. Fifty-five or so bands, ranging from internationally known headliners including Beck, Queens of the Stone Age to locals like Vodi and Venomous Maximus who deserve to get their music to more ears. We'll see how it plays with concert-goers.

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