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Houston Beer Fest
Leon casino, Houston Beer Fest June 8, 1 pm- 10 pm Hermann Square Park Milk is for babies. When you grow up you have to drink beer. -Arnold Schwarzenegger If you’re 21 or older you’re in for an ice-cold, frothy treat. Houston Beer Fest is brewing up a full day of music, food and most importantly-beer. For those of you trying to burn those beer bellies, good luck. This event has more than 200 beers for you to taste, including an original beer made by No Label Brewing Co. just for the festival. Buy a VIP ticket and the beer list will ... Read More »
Finally! Something to Do in Cypress!
If you were as close to giving up on Cypress as I was, you are probably eagerly reading this and desperately waiting for me to get to the point. A new movie theater is opening up in Cypress! Are you still excited? You should be. It’s an Alamo Drafthouse, and Houston needs a lot more of those (how about that proposed midtown location?). Currently, the only other A.D. location in Houston is actually in Katy, off Mason Road. The self dubbed “Coolest Movie Theater in the World” has everything even the most casual movie-goer could want, from all the things ... Read More »
MFAH Mixed Media “Party Like There’s No Tomorrow”
MFAH Mixed Media Designed by IKEA presents another high-energy late-night party this Friday from 8pm-midnight. This is no ordinary party, but a party at which you are required to party like there is no tomorrow– just in case the world does end after December 12, 2012. Join your colleagues, acquaintances, friends, frenemies, and fellow human beings at possibly the last party you will ever attend. Enjoy live performances by The Tontons and Boan, along with DJs Jessica Lozano and Ceeplus Bad Knives. Live painting will be provided by TKNY, and the galleries will also be open for visitors to explore treasures ... Read More »
Dionisio Winery Hosts 1st Wine Festival Saturday Dec. 15
By: Erin Dyer Join Dionisio Winery next Saturday, December 15, from noon until 7pm, for its first Wine Festival! Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online through Eventbrite at the link listed below. Each entry ticket includes a souvenir glass and 10 taste tickets that will also be entered into a raffle. Alongside the raffle, there will also be a silent auction. Complimentary bites will be served by Pi Pizza Truck, as well as Buffalo Bayou brews and Dionisio wines. Each additional taste ticket is $1 each. Music for your listening pleasure will be performed by Nick Gaitan and ... Read More »
FOUND Magazine’s 10th Anniversary Tour Comes to St. Arnold’s Brewery for Aurora Fundraiser
By: Erin Dyer An irregularly issued magazine with unique content, FOUND Magazine, hits Houston at the end of this month as part of its 10th Anniversary Tour– “My Heart Is An Idiot.” FOUND Magazine is composed of various love letters, poems, photos, diary entries, prison letters, personal notes, and more; with origins varying from Los Angeles to Louisiana, Sweden to North Korea and beyond. These original ephemera included in the magazine are submitted by their finders, who discovered them on the street, in a used couch, in a library book, or somewhere of the like. The magazine and its corresponding ... Read More »
Third Tuesdays’ Grown-Up Story Time at Rudyard’s
By: Erin Dyer Grown-Up Story Time (GUST) at Rudyard’s British Pub on Waugh entertains bar patrons every third Tuesday of the month. GUST is hosted by BooTown, a nonprofit arts company, founded in 2007, whose mission to create theatre through a collaborative process. BooTown’s artistic director, Emily Hynds, says that Grown-Up Story Time has become a staple in the Houston community. Tomorrow night, August 21, and every third Tuesday, a rotating squad of expert story-readers will read submitted “grown-up” stories to the eager ears of Rudyard’s bar patrons. The stories to be read monthly are handpicked out of many submissions, ... Read More »
Late Night MIXED MEDIA Parties at MFAH are Back!
By: Erin Dyer Mixed Media Music Series events at Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts (MFAH) began in 2005 with Beats of Basquiat, in honor of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Eric Castillo, aka Ceeplus Bad Knives, was brought in to curate music in representation and reflection of the art. After Basquiat, the musical parties were continuous and ever changing as different exhibits rotated in and out of the museum. Featured artists over the years have included Grandmaster Flash, DJ Spooky, Shepard Fairey, Glass Candy, Chromeo, Breakestra, Peanut Butter Wolf, Cibo Matto, Kid Koala, I Am The World Trade Center, Juan Maclean, Frankie Chan, ... Read More »
How to party like an organizer at SXSW!
My first year at SXSW when I saw At the Drive-in back in the 90′s it hardly looked like anything of what it is today. Then you could remember everything on a Post-It note and you’d be good for the weekend. Then evolution took it’s place and now SXSW has been smothered by the mainstream. Hipsters are walking around with manilla folders with 20 pages of spread sheets that are filled with party info of where the bands and free beer are at. Wow, sounds like a head ache. Who has time to research these free parties and RSVP for ... Read More »