Art Festival

For the Love of Frida

Celebrating the birth, life, and legacy of Frida Kahlo

04/22/2013 By Paloma Lenz

Documentary

Danny from North Korea

Film about North Korean refugee sheds light on what life is like in totalitarian country

04/22/2013 By Eric Harrison

Slideshow

For the Love of Frida

Celebrating the birth, life, and legacy of Frida Kahlo

04/20/2013

Books

El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros

Houston's first poet laureate kicks off festivities at Discovery Green children's book event

04/19/2013 By Eric Harrison

Festival

Party to a Brazilian Beat at iFest

The annual Houston International Festival kicks off this weekend downtown

04/19/2013 By Eric Harrison

Discovery Green

Celebrate Houston! Celebrate Klineberg!

This year, Stephen Klineberg's annual area survey rates a downtown party

04/19/2013 By Eric Harrison

Books

Houston Indie Book Festival

Celebrate books with readings, workshops, music, tours and yoga - yoga? - Saturday on the Menil lawn

04/18/2013 By Eric Harrison

Astrodome

A Modest Proposal for the Astrodome

Here is an idea for the Eighth Wonder of the World that no one has thought of yet

04/18/2013 By Terry Doody

Theater District

Alley Theatre Plans Major Renovation

Alley Theatre announces $73 million fundraising campaign to renovate iconic building's interior

04/17/2013 By Eric Harrison

Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: April 19-21

Where to go, who to see, and what to do

04/17/2013 By Eric Harrison

Art and Design

Thoroughly Modern

All things modern are being celebrated all week with lectures, films, markets and book-signings

04/16/2013

Television

Big-Screen Preview for a Small-Screen Series

Sundance Cinemas offers free sneak peek at a new dramatic TV series

04/16/2013 By Eric Harrison

Film

Visiting Barbara Jordan's Old Stomping Ground

Preparing a movie about TSU's most famous graduate, Viola Davis will visit Barbara Jordan's alma mater

04/15/2013 By Eric Harrison

Literary Event

Writers Take the Stage

Authors Jonathan Lethem and John Jeremiah Sullivan will read Monday as part of the Inprint Reading Series

04/15/2013 By Eric Harrison

Film

More Than Three Decades Later, The Shining Shines On

With a documentary screening this weekend at MFAH and both a movie prequel and a novel sequel on the way, The Shining is the gift that keeps on giving

04/12/2013 By Eric Harrison

Film

The Thrill of Discovery

Discover cinematic diamonds in the rough at the 46th annual Worldfest Houston International Film Festival

04/12/2013 By Eric Harrison

Visual Arts

Boxes for Freedom

Winter Street and Spring Street open doors tonight for free exhibitions, including a charity box show event

04/12/2013 By Eric Harrison

Art Installation

Playing with Light

A new sculpture installation that explores the interplay of light, color, and geometry opens at the Rice Gallery

04/10/2013 By Eric Harrison