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ArtHouston 2013

  Painting by Murielle White, Indo Mix, oil and mixed media on canvas. At McMurtrey Gallery 3508 Lake St. Houston’s art scene offers everything from the classics to street art. With this art landscape blossoming, ArtHouston has planned their 2013 summer event to showcase the art of Houston to the people of Houston. The event features 30 participating fine art galleries that are spread across the Museum district, Midtown and the Heights. And starting tonight, July 12th and tomorrow, July 13th the galleries will open to the public. Open houses and receptions at the various venues will introduce the start of what ... Read More »

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The Way, Way Back

At a cursory glance The Way, Way Back looks like the latest coming-of-age comedy set in the course of a summer, like The Kings of Summer or Adventureland (2009). The reality is writers Nat Faxon and Jim Rash had written the script a decade ago and spent the intervening years trying to get the film made. Faxon and Rash met around 13 years ago when they both were members of The Groundlings comedy troupe in L.A. At times they had prominent comedy directors attached to make The Way, Way Back but as is usually the case the film failed to ... Read More »

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Story|Houston Launch Party Tonight

By Laura Coburn After less than a year of hustling to publish a literary journal for developing writers, is ready for reading. And to celebrate literature, Houston, and the launch of the publication, Story|Houston is hosting a party tonight! The festivities will begin at 5 p.m. at Boheme Café and Wine Bar. The evening will include Fresh Arts’ Cultured Cocktails and a chance to mingle with other literature-lovers. John A McDermott and Amerchi Ngwe will make their appearances for a “special reading.” Story|Houston relies on its professional editorial staff comprised of established writers and professors from the Houston area. The journal is published quarterly ... Read More »

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When Graffiti Marks a Museum

  By Laura Coburn The City of Houston official website says “Houston treats graffiti as a crime, not a prank.” But graffiti is more than a prank and more than vandalism; It is art with the buildings and streets as the canvas. The exhibit “Call it Street Art, Call it Fine Art, Call it What You Know” at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art illuminates the artistic nature behind street art and graffiti. The show is a continuation of previous exhibit HX8, Houston Times Eight, displaying similar imaginative and powerful work by contemporary Houston artists. The exhibit features 21 local ... Read More »

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It’s that time of year again, Texas! Our friends over at Fun Fun Fun Fest have released their full lineup for 2013 and it is no joke. After several years of putting on the festival at Austin’s Waterloo Park, the FFF Fest team moved over to Auditorium Shores in 2011. The more spacious location provides endless options for the FFF team to get creative with their festival design and it has really paid off. They have also managed to maintain that intimate festival feeling that made the Waterloo location so endearing despite a significant increase (we’re talking 15,000-20,000 additional bodies ... Read More »

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FPSF 2013 RECAP - Thank You, Houston!

                                                                                                                                                             Photo by Pooneh Ghana  It’s not easy to fit such an incredible weekend into a short video recap, but we managed to ... Read More »

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This Is Why We Stand With Texas Women

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 By: Amanda Hart Today Planned Parenthood Action Fund kicks off their statewide Stand With Texas Women Bus Tour. They are making their first stop tonight in Houston at Discovery Green (they have stated RAIN or SHINE they will be there). Tour organizers just released the speaker list which includes Senator Wendy Davis and President of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards. Other speakers standing up for Texas women and families tonight at the Anheuser-Busch Stage are Melaney Linton (President of Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast),  Senator  Kirk Watson, Senator Sylvia R. Garcia, Senator Jose Rodriguez, Senator Rodney Ellis and Dr. Damla Dryden-Ob-Gyn. Many ... Read More »

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Blu-ray/DVD slight return

If Mel Brooks didn’t exist the cinema would have to invent him. Here’s a director that did Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein back to back. Brook’s debut feature, which he also wrote, The Producers (7/2, Shout! Factory) gets special edition Blu-ray treatment. The package includes a doc on the movie, a lengthy interview with Brooks, and a deleted edit of the basement bomb scene. The Producers tells the story of a Broadway entrepreneur (Zero Mostel) who fleeces elderly women for development of his lousy plays and the meek accountant (Gene Wilder) who shows him a loophole that can net the ... Read More »

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Andy Coolquitt: Attainable Excellence

By Laura Coburn Andy Coolquitt recycles. But instead of throwing the old beer bottle into the dumpster to be picked up Tuesday morning, he gently places it in his studio. Coolquitt collects and reuses found objects and transforms them into masterpieces. Some finished pieces are left untouched, in the exact fashion that the pieces were found. Other final products are combinations of found debris from the street that become meaningful artwork. He scavenges for metal tubing, empty bottles, drinking straws, paper bags, and lighters and uses them as his building blocks for his installations. The artist’s first solo museum exhibit ... Read More »

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The Weekly Music Round Up!

The Weekly Music Round Up for July 9th-July 14th  The Free Press Pick of the Week  The Houston Symphony Presents a Day of Music: There are rare opportunities to experience something unique that present themselves over the course of the year, and as it happens, one such opportunity is upon us. For an entire day, you can experience not just the Houston Symphony, but every kind of local band you can imagine, and then some, all at the same place. It should prove to be an extraordinary event, and considering that it’s free, it should not be missed. The experience ... Read More »

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