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Around the World in Houston

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Texas blogger, Jessica of My Curly Adventure, is taking us on a journey of how you can experience many different cultures right in Houston.

You don’t have to travel far to get an international experience! Houston is a melting pot of cultures where you can travel around the world experiencing different foods, art, and lifestyles without leaving the city! Read below for an international trip in Houston! Keep Reading

Farewell, 41: A Tribute to President George H.W. Bush

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There’s a saying we have in Texas: “American by birth, Texan by the Grace of God”. This holds true for our late President. George H.W. Bush moved to Houston in 1958 while working in oil and gas and fell in love with the city. He’s said to have credited Houston for his political success, the city that embraced him as their own and allowed him to flourish. Keep Reading

A.D. Players Opens 2019 with a Powerful Story of Life & Friendship

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Experience the beloved story, Tuesdays with Morrie by bestselling author Mitch Albom, from January 25th until February 10th. This timeless story reminds us of life’s most valuable moments and the option we have to live fulfilling and worthwhile lives. With two Broadway veterans, the show opens A.D. Player’s year with a story that resonates with all people for all the right reasons. Keep Reading

Be Transported into a Fantasy Full of Friendship, Love and Community

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A unique and rare opera gem comes to life at Houston Grand Opera from January 25th until February 8th. Composer George Bizet’s masterful work, The Pearl Fishers, transports audiences into a fantasy full of friendship, love and community.

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Leon Bridges, Texas Retro Soul Revue

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Think of him purely as a throwback and you’ll miss the brilliance inherent in his eclectic performances. Leon Bridges is paving his own way up the charts with a nod to the past and a healthy dose of originality. Keep Reading

It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play at A.D. Players Club

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It’s A Wonderful Life is a classic American Christmas story that has been reimagined many of time and popular with all age groups. This Holiday season A.D. Players at The George Theater is turning the story into a 1940’s broadcast radio show. With just 6 actors and actresses playing multiple characters the classic story will unfold in a unique way.  Keep Reading

Heartmade Harvest Market: Making a Change in the Heart of Downtown

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In the heart of downtown Houston, experience the Heartmade Harvest Market, an outdoor event with nearly 70 vendors benefitting Hoof Prints and Heart Beats, a volunteer-run organization that offers free equine therapy and equine-enhanced counseling to children and adults with special needs. The market will feature artwork, jewelry, apparel, home goods, and more.  Keep Reading

Returning Home: Houston Grand Opera & The Wortham

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Houston Grand Opera (HGO) has been a staple in Houston’s fine arts community since 1955. Since then, HGO has grown into a $27-million-dollar enterprise that brings world-class productions to the stage every season, making it one of the largest, most innovative and most highly acclaimed opera companies in the United States. In fact, it was the only American finalist for Opera Company of the Year at the 2017 International Opera Awards. 
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Bayou City Art Festival: Make a Weekend Of It

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One of the top outdoor fine arts festivals in the United States, Bayou City Art Festival, is happening October 13-14 near City Hall. The festival will transform Downtown Houston into a gallery, showcasing unique work by artists from all over the world. Keep Reading

Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol

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With the British Royals being popular more than ever this year with the recent royal wedding this exhibit couldn’t come at a better time! The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston partnered with the National Portrait Gallery, London to bring Houston this extensive exhibit!  Keep Reading

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