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Ben Kingsley coming to Houston to help symphony start its season
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    1131 Visits

Sir Ben Kingsley to join the Houston Symphony for its opening night performance of "Peter and the Wolf."

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Let his clarinet whisper the rain to your ears
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    379 Visits

Video: Waterfalls and rain come from Juan Esteban Martínez's clarinet as he plays Richard Strauss' Alpine Symphony, Op. 64.

Reference: www.chron.com
These celebrities weren't born in America (or Canada, for that matter)
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    405 Visits

Known the world over, Hollywood may be one of the United States greatest assets, but its troupe isn't comprised entirely of Americans.

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CBS reporter hits the trail for a year to tell story of all 59 national parks
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    858 Visits
CBS reporter hits the trail for a year to tell story of all 59 national parks To accomplish this "assignment," Knighton, 35, gave up his Los Angeles-area apartment, put his belongings in storage and is spending much of the year in budget motels and a Subaru provided by the segment's sponsor. Knighton began his journey by hiking in the dark on New Year's Day to a mountaintop in Maine� ...>>
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Houston flaunts its country at Freedom Over Texas
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    805 Visits

Although Texas regularly likes to thinks of itself as its own country, the Fourth of July is a celebratory reminder that the United States reigns supreme.

Reference: www.chron.com
Ben Kingsley coming to Houston to help symphony start its season
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    959 Visits

Sir Ben Kingsley to join the Houston Symphony for its opening night performance of "Peter and the Wolf."

Reference: www.chron.com
Let his clarinet whisper the rain to your ears
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    1167 Visits

Video: Waterfalls and rain come from Juan Esteban Martínez's clarinet as he plays Richard Strauss' Alpine Symphony, Op. 64.

Reference: www.chron.com
These celebrities weren't born in America (or Canada, for that matter)
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    611 Visits

Known the world over, Hollywood may be one of the United States greatest assets, but its troupe isn't comprised entirely of Americans.

Reference: www.chron.com
CBS reporter hits the trail for a year to tell story of all 59 national parks
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    375 Visits
CBS reporter hits the trail for a year to tell story of all 59 national parks To accomplish this "assignment," Knighton, 35, gave up his Los Angeles-area apartment, put his belongings in storage and is spending much of the year in budget motels and a Subaru provided by the segment's sponsor. Knighton began his journey by hiking in the dark on New Year's Day to a mountaintop in Maine� ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Houston flaunts its country at Freedom Over Texas
Entertainment
Published in 5-7-2016
    539 Visits

Although Texas regularly likes to thinks of itself as its own country, the Fourth of July is a celebratory reminder that the United States reigns supreme.

Reference: www.chron.com
The hottest parties, concerts and festivals of 2016
Entertainment
Published in 28-6-2016
    325 Visits

Houston is already known for the heat - and these parties, concerts and other festivities are only driving the temps up.

 

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Houstonian designs winning Texas burger for McDonald's
Entertainment
Published in 28-6-2016
    1122 Visits
McDonald's of Texas has announced the winner of its "Burger Showdown Challenge," a contest where fans were asked to create a special "Texas-style" burger from scratch. Here's the blueprint: two beef patties, sweet onion barbecue sauce, grilled onions, Applewood bacon, American and white cheddar cheese and crinkled pickles between two thick slices of Texas toast.
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Sculptor Tony Feher, a Houston favorite, has died
Entertainment
Published in 28-6-2016
    1207 Visits
American sculptor Tony Feher died Friday, at age 60, of liver cancer. "Tony's poignant and inimitable touch transformed materials and people in equally profound ways," said Blaffer director Claudia Schmuckli, who curated the critically acclaimed show. The commission was planned as a large-scale planting similar to one Feher created in 2012, "Super Special Happy Place," for the lawn of a fe ...>>
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Hans' Bier Haus announces plans to close for good next month
Entertainment
Published in 21-6-2016
    1014 Visits

Next month Hans' Bier Haus in the Rice Village area will close its doors for good, according to the bar's owners. The bar has been open for 21 years. 

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'The Golden Girls' restaurant is latest in TV show-themed eateries
Entertainment
Published in 21-6-2016
    1178 Visits

Hit TV shows aren't always doomed to late-night, re-run fate. Some are headed right to your plate, thanks to the latest craze in the dining industry: TV show-themed restaurants.

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