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On the go: Nutracker Market, flamenco and a graffiti ride
Entertainment
Published in 8-11-2017
    46 Visits

The weekend is here and you need to get out. If it's for holiday shopping, we got you. If you need to laugh, we got you. If you want to see some flamenco dancing, we got you. If you want something completely different, we probably got you.

Reference: www.chron.com
Family fun: Disney on ice, a children's festival and a pow wow
Entertainment
Published in 8-11-2017
    159 Visits

Get your family's ready, there's a ton to do this weekend, from a children's festival in The Woodlands to Disney stars ice skating to the start of the holiday lights season.

Reference: www.chron.com
Southern Goods owner vows to reopen after fire
Entertainment
Published in 8-11-2017
    909 Visits

Heights restaurant suffers fire late Sunday night that destroyed the kitchen; chef/owner Lyle Bento said he plans to reopen

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Instafamous: #Historyearned
Entertainment
Published in 8-11-2017
    172 Visits

It's not yet Thanksgiving, though Houstonians have much to be grateful for - baseball-wise, at least. Here's how pint-sized and die-hard fans alike saluted our boys in blue (OK orange, too) via the hashtag searched 'round the globe: #earnhistory.

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What to Wear: Bun B makes it rain for Cinema Arts Festival
Entertainment
Published in 8-11-2017
    547 Visits

Bun B knows his way around a photo shoot. With less than a week until his much-anticipated rendition of "Singin' in the Rain: A Houston and Cinema Arts Celebration" the Houston rapper and Rice University lecturer is poking through high-end rain gear courtesy of the Webster.

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Art Daybook: 'Galveston and Texas City, Year 2517' by Erik Hagen
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    832 Visits
The piece: "Galveston and Texas City, Year 2517" The artist: Erik Hagen Where: Art Alley, Silos at Sawyer Yards, 1500 Sawyer Why: We know sea-level rise is as inevitable as future rain-based flooding, right? Erik Hagen's installation visualizes what that might mean for the Texas Gulf Coast in 500 years. Even if you can't quite figure out the topographic rendering at its base - which Hage ...>>
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What movies are showing outside the megaplex?
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    809 Visits
ASIA SOCIETY 1370 Southmore; asiasociety.org/texas "Above the Drowning Sea"A documentary about Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe who found sanctuary in Shanghai. 6 p.m. Friday ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA 531 Mason, Katy; drafthouse.com/houston "Freaks" A circus' beautiful trapeze artist agrees to marry the leader of side-show performers, but his deformed friends discover she is only marrying him ...>>
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Iron & Wine unleashes the quiet 'Beast'
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    865 Visits
As Iron & Wine, singer-songwriter Sam Beam has written oftenabout time passing in our lives. Beam opened an early song, "Sodom, South Georgia," with the line, "Papa died smiling, wide as the ring of a bell" - a heavy transitional moment reduced powerfully to just a few words. A few years later, Beam painted his "The Trapeze Swinger" on a bigger canvas. Its nearly 10 minutes of stitched-together sc ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Get into the swing of the season at these fall festivals
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    193 Visits
It's officially fall, and the summer heat is mostly gone, which means it's the perfect time of year to hit the streets in search of live music, food and an adult beverage or two. While a few of Houston's best festivals have already come and gone, and a few were cancelled because of Hurricane Harvey, many are still to come. We've got celebrations centered around beer, margari ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Thor loses his locks, gains a sense of humor in 'Ragnarok'
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    734 Visits

Who knew the distance between Auckland and Asgard was so scant? New Zealand director/writer Taika Waititi, whose history includes working on episodes of the cult Kiwi comedy TV series "Flight of the Conchords," has taken over Marvel's lumbering, musclebound Thor franchise, infusing the third and latest film, "Thor: Ragnarok," with an infectiously cheeky antipodean wit.

Reference: www.chron.com
Art Daybook: 'Galveston and Texas City, Year 2517' by Erik Hagen
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    509 Visits
The piece: "Galveston and Texas City, Year 2517" The artist: Erik Hagen Where: Art Alley, Silos at Sawyer Yards, 1500 Sawyer Why: We know sea-level rise is as inevitable as future rain-based flooding, right? Erik Hagen's installation visualizes what that might mean for the Texas Gulf Coast in 500 years. Even if you can't quite figure out the topographic rendering at its base - which Hage ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
What movies are showing outside the megaplex?
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    806 Visits
ASIA SOCIETY 1370 Southmore; asiasociety.org/texas "Above the Drowning Sea"A documentary about Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe who found sanctuary in Shanghai. 6 p.m. Friday ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA 531 Mason, Katy; drafthouse.com/houston "Freaks" A circus' beautiful trapeze artist agrees to marry the leader of side-show performers, but his deformed friends discover she is only marrying him ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Iron & Wine unleashes the quiet 'Beast'
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    635 Visits
As Iron & Wine, singer-songwriter Sam Beam has written oftenabout time passing in our lives. Beam opened an early song, "Sodom, South Georgia," with the line, "Papa died smiling, wide as the ring of a bell" - a heavy transitional moment reduced powerfully to just a few words. A few years later, Beam painted his "The Trapeze Swinger" on a bigger canvas. Its nearly 10 minutes of stitched-together sc ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Get into the swing of the season at these fall festivals
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    328 Visits
It's officially fall, and the summer heat is mostly gone, which means it's the perfect time of year to hit the streets in search of live music, food and an adult beverage or two. While a few of Houston's best festivals have already come and gone, and a few were cancelled because of Hurricane Harvey, many are still to come. We've got celebrations centered around beer, margari ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Thor loses his locks, gains a sense of humor in 'Ragnarok'
Entertainment
Published in 1-11-2017
    75 Visits

Who knew the distance between Auckland and Asgard was so scant? New Zealand director/writer Taika Waititi, whose history includes working on episodes of the cult Kiwi comedy TV series "Flight of the Conchords," has taken over Marvel's lumbering, musclebound Thor franchise, infusing the third and latest film, "Thor: Ragnarok," with an infectiously cheeky antipodean wit.

Reference: www.chron.com


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