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A look back at 2016 in the Heights
Heights
Published in 29-3-2017
    40 Visits

The past 12 months have proven to be a pivotal time for the Houston Heights. Its residents and the Houstonians who frequent the neighborhood to take in the small-town feel, Victorian homes, vintage shops of all kinds and meandering bike trails will face the challenges of development but will also enjoy more conveniences.

Reference: www.chron.com
Yale Street Bridge opens over White Oak Bayou
Heights
Published in 29-3-2017
    288 Visits

Commuters and residents around the Heights will be getting some relief Tuesday morning as they head out for work now that the Yale Street Bridge is open after months of construction that caused traffic delays on both sides of I-10.

Reference: www.chron.com
Heights staple Jimmy's Ice House to close
Heights
Published in 29-3-2017
    319 Visits

Jimmy's Ice House, one of the oldest ice houses in Houston, was recently sold and will close at the end of the March. 

Reference: www.chron.com
Alt-Country originator, Jay Farrar comes to Heights Theater with Son Volt
Heights
Published in 29-3-2017
    14 Visits

In his mission to bring a curated line-up for discerning music audiences to his renovated theater-turned-music venue, Edwin Cabaniss is staying true to his word by hosting Son Volt at the Heights Theater March 5.

Reference: www.chron.com
Family finds human bones inside walls of new Houston home, which once belonged to long-missing woman
Heights
Published in 29-3-2017
    403 Visits

The two-bedroom, steel-blue 1930s-era home is among the last few standing next to condo towers and shiny new townhomes in the 600 block of Allston Street in the Heights.

Reference: www.chron.com
Acclaimed Italian restaurant to close, award-winning Greek spot to take its place
Heights
Published in 29-3-2017
    13 Visits

Drink specials are some single folks' raison d'etre. They know the location, times and alcohol on offer like the back roads to their house.

But even at happy hour it's hard to beat 50 percent off.
Before Arthur Ave on Studemont closes its doors for good in March, they may see their biggest crowds since they opened now that they've announced they will be selling ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
On the go: HTX Boss Babe Spring Market
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    78 Visits
Spring pop-up market featuring businesses owned by local women, music, bar, food, photo booth and more. 5K mud run with obstacle courses equipped to challenge and test your strength, stamina and ability to work as a team. Festival features local artists, gourmet foods and Texas wines - for sampling and purchasing. A crawfish boil benefiting Stop Sex Trafficking in Texas.
Reference: www.chron.com
Family friendly: Children's Concert
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    134 Visits
Performance by the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra, featuring Divertimento for Toys and Orchestra and an instrument "petting zoo." An interactive family event featuring local chefs, athletes, nutrition, wellness, lifestyle and fitness experts, family-friendly activities, performances, demonstrations and vendors - all promoting healthy lifestyles. A three-day family-friendly festival with entertainm ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
What's showing outside the megaplex?
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    932 Visits
The film chronicles the stories and journeys of five Houston residents and their attempt to find refuge in Houston. 6:30 p.m. Thursday When Marc Châtaigne snags an internship with a French government ministry, he learns that his assignment is to launch a ski resort in tropical French Guiana. 7 p.m. Friday A heartwarming autobiographical tale of leading French rapper Orelsan's struggle to m ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Free stuff: 'Footloose, The Musical'
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    648 Visits
Miller Outdoor Theatre, 6000 Hermann Park Drive Tomball German Heritage Festival A fine-arts festival, featuring local and regional artists, live musical performances and a variety of food trucks.
Reference: www.chron.com
Theater, classical music, dance listings: March 30-April 5
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    81 Visits
Theater, classical music, dance listings: Miller Outdoor Theatre, 6000 Hermann Park Drive; free; 832-487-7102. Presented by Obsidian Theater and Standing Room Only Productions. 8 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 3 p.m. Sunday. $20-$30; 3522 White Oak; 832-889-7837, obsidiantheater.org. Houston Symphony presents this opera with narrator Phylicia Rashad. 8 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Sunday; Jones Hall, 615 Loui ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Art gallery and museum listings: March 30-April 5
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    334 Visits
Art gallery and museum listings: Archway Gallery: "Becoming Paint," works by donna e. perkins, opens 5 p.m. Saturday, artist talk at 6:30 p.m.; through May 4; 2305 Dunlavy; 713-522-2409, archwaygallery.com. Barbara Davis Gallery: "In the Mix," group show, through April 15; 4411 Montrose; 713-520-9200, barbaradavisgallery.com. Capsule Gallery: Experiments in Form and Fiction: Cindy Lisica Galle ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Parenthood pushes couple to a contemplative space
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    443 Visits
[...] they often apply some rough-hewn humor to hide an underlying sincerity. [...] sincerity is all over "Little Seeds," the duo's fourth album. Make no mistake about it, "Little Seeds" is a Baby Album, a subgenre in popular music in which well-established songwriters find a contemplative space after the expansion of the family. [...] Hearst and Trent don't address parenthood directl ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
At 63, musician Dan Baird succeeds on his own terms
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    558 Visits
Six years later on his own, he hit again with an unrequited love song full of an editor's red ink, "I Love You Period." When the Satellites had a hit with "Hands" - a guitar-centric capitalized Rock song - chart-topping fare of the era was offered by Bon Jovi, the Human League and Peter Cetera. Trends come and go faster than the seasons, but 30 years into his career Baird has largely stayed ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Chronicle critics offer entertainment suggestions
Entertainment
Published in 29-3-2017
    258 Visits
[...] River Oaks Chamber Orchestra has an interesting new piece, "ROCOmoji," that defies this stereotype by presenting music inspired by modern-day emojis. The production features Houston actor Rutherford Cravens, who appeared in the recent horror film "Get Out." HWF's thing is fusing live music with stand-up comedy on multiple stages over two days. On the music side, performers include Aw ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com


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