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As it changes, Houston has played a key role in evolution of comedy
Entertainment
Published in 11-10-2017
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Netflix and HBO have changed the distribution methods of live comedy, but as the medium continues to shift and evolve Houston remains a town that shaped the face of modern comedy.

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Dwight yoakam: The Honky Tonk man's best cover songs
Entertainment
Published in 11-10-2017
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a kentucky native who cut his teeth as a honky-tonk musician in california, dwight yoakam has seemed like an odd man out for the entirety of his 30-plus year career. To listen to the songs Dwight Yoakam has written is to hear a guy who was clearly tuned into all sorts of stations on the radio dial.

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Htown laughs: A timeline of notable events in Houston's comedy history
Entertainment
Published in 11-10-2017
    105 Visits

A few notable dates in Houston comedy history.

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Pink announces second Houston show
Entertainment
Published in 11-10-2017
    724 Visits

Tickets for both shows go on sale at 10 a.m.Friday.

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Stunning looks rock red carpet premiere of 'Thor: Ragnarok'
Entertainment
Published in 11-10-2017
    324 Visits

They didn't bring their superhero duds, but the stars of 'Thor: Ragnarok" cleaned up nicely for the red carpet premiere in Los Angeles, Calif.

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Theater, classical music and dance listings: Sept. 28-Oct. 4
Entertainment
Published in 27-9-2017
    293 Visits
Theater The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Musical whodunit based on Charles Dickens' novel. Presented by Obsidian Theater. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, through Oct. 14; $30-$38; 3522 White Oak; 832-889-7837, obsidiantheater.org. Disgraced: Drama about American identity by Ayah Akhtar. 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday; Studio 101, 1824 Spring; $17-$53; 832-786-1849, 4thwalltheatreco.com. Desc ...>>
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William Bell's legacy continues to ring true for Stax Records
Entertainment
Published in 27-9-2017
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William Bell still talks to fellow old Southern soul survivors like Sam Moore, one of the guys who sang the hit song "Soul Man," and David Porter, the guy who wrote it. Back in 1967, the three men were part of a vibrant creative community at Stax, a Memphis-based recording studio and record label that helped define a particularly cool style of soul. "They're still family, so we're always ...>>
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Embrace the weirdness of The Flaming Lips
Entertainment
Published in 27-9-2017
    585 Visits
Between the confetti, the human hamster ball, the gummy skulls, the collaborations with all manner of fwends, it can be easy to lose sight of The Flaming Lips as a band that records music and releases it for public consumption. Wayne Coyne's ensemble has become a great brand as well as a great band over the years, one of those rare success stories of a group that does what it does and hangs a ...>>
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What's showing outside the megaplex?
Entertainment
Published in 27-9-2017
    696 Visits
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 1001 Bissonnet; mfah.org THE KNEELING GODDESS: The wife of a businessman goes behind his back to pose nude, but her husband finds out. 2 p.m. Thursday RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD: Artists discuss the role that Native Americans have played in the development of American popular music. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, 5 p.m. Sunday THE PEARL: Kino and hi ...>>
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Houston features headline
Entertainment
Published in 27-9-2017
    636 Visits
Enter the 'death-copter': NobleMotion Dance worked more than a year to create the jungle-gym choreography for its "Catapult" program, only to be blown off course slightly by Hurricane Harvey, which arrived the weekend the show was supposed to premiere. But true to the show's name, the company led by Andy and Dionne Noble has rebounded. The rescheduled show features sets by company m ...>>
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Concert listings in the Houston area
Entertainment
Published in 20-9-2017
    616 Visits
Thursday The AAA Girls: "RuPaul's Drag Race" favorites Alaska, Courtney Act and Willam go far beyond lip sync with original music and comedy. 7 p.m. at Fitzgerald's, 2706 White Oak; 713-862-3838. Houston Artists for Harvey Relief: Featuring The Christina Edwards Wells Band and players from Stages Repertory Theatre, Music Box Theatre, Opera in the Heights and more. All proceeds go to Mayo ...>>
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Alaska, Courtney Act and Willam donate Houston show proceeds to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts
Entertainment
Published in 20-9-2017
    817 Visits

Additionally, all three are contributing their performance fees for the show.

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Bruce Springsteen steps up in a unique way for hurricane relief efforts
Entertainment
Published in 20-9-2017
    320 Visits

The iconic singer-songwriter is releasing a special edition of a concert recording from Houston nearly 40 years ago. 

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Taste of Home goes live in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 20-9-2017
    100 Visits

Taste of Home LIVE! gears up for the holidays with interactive culinary show in Houston on Sept. 22

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Concert listings in the Houston area
Entertainment
Published in 20-9-2017
    639 Visits
Thursday The AAA Girls: "RuPaul's Drag Race" favorites Alaska, Courtney Act and Willam go far beyond lip sync with original music and comedy. 7 p.m. at Fitzgerald's, 2706 White Oak; 713-862-3838. Houston Artists for Harvey Relief: Featuring The Christina Edwards Wells Band and players from Stages Repertory Theatre, Music Box Theatre, Opera in the Heights and more. All proceeds go to Mayo ...>>
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