Posted on · Part dance and part film, the work is a collaboration between two French artists and several Houstonians.
Posted on · Tickets to the screening are $25, which includes a pre-film concert and reception as well as a post-film Q&A.
Posted on · The Texas Radio Hall of Famer joins us for the full hour to look back on her legacy in rock radio and her upcoming play about caring for her mother with Alzheimer’s.
Posted on · From Charlotte Allen, to Mary Levy, and from Phyllis Frye to Annise Parker, Houston History Alliance tells the stories of influential and unsung women from the city’s past.
Posted on · Houston Actor Tamarie Cooper talks about hosting her annual, full-scale musical comedy show, now it its 21st year.
Posted on · (Above:Â North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is shown on a TV at the Seoul Railway Station in South Korea on Sunday, May 14, 2017. Photo: Ahn Young-joon |AP) North Korea and the U.S. have been antagonistic since the 1950s and the Korean War — and it’s never really seemed to cool down in the […]
Posted on · Urban Souls’ choreographer Harrison Guy is turning tragedy into a message of hope in an upcoming performance.
Posted on · An interview with Musiqa Artistic Director Anthony Brandt about their season-opening concert featuring the SOLI Chamber Ensemble at the new Midtown Arts and Theatre Center Houston.
Posted on · As the MATCH continues to take shape, so does its staff. New managing director Kirk Markley is putting things in place ahead of the building's completion this fall.
Posted on · We learn about the growing popularity of rugby in Houston, on the eve of the match between the U.S. National Rugby Team and Scotland, June 7 at 7p.m. at BBVS Compass Stadium.