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H-Town Funk
By Dan Oko | March 30, 2015

World domination takes time.

This is as true in today’s music industry as it is anywhere. But you don’t need to tell that to Kam Franklin, the charismatic, talented 26-year-old lead singer of the Suffers, a band that’s been rocking Houston...

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Reynolds, Unwrapped
By Andrew Myers | March 30, 2015

What do a charismatic gambler, a hapless serial killer and a dogged young lawyer have in common? This may sound like the setup for a joke, but it’s actually a list of Ryan Reynolds’ most recent roles. In January, the witty, self-...

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The Hit List: Sunday Best
By Robin Barr Sussman | March 23, 2015

1. Américas (2040 W. Gray St., 832.200.1492, and other location) is putting on a brunch spread featuring more than...

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Celebrating 10 Years
By The Editors | March 19, 2015

Elton John and the Duchess of York help Lynn Wyatt celebrate the Houston Grand Opera’s 50th...

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Pedal Pushers
By Brittanie Shey | March 16, 2015

“How you show up on your bike is how you show up in life,” says Kim Syma, co-owner of the Houston-based Revolution Studio chain. In other words, when the going gets tough, the tough keep pedaling.

Studios like Revolution, which offers an...

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Making It Stick
By Steve Jansen | March 16, 2015

When Houston-raised, New York-based jazz drummer Kendrick Scott, 34, brings his powerful five-piece band to the Wortham Center Saturday, March 7, it will be a full-circle experience for the High School of the Performing and Visual Arts alum, who has...

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The Hit List: Shell Game
By Ava Taghechian | March 16, 2015

1. Trendy Brasserie 19 (1962 W. Gray St., 713.524.1919) offers a fresh daily selection imported from different regions. On Sundays, sip bubbly with a...

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Path to Discovery
By Nate Chapnick | March 16, 2015

Land Rovers are engineered to get through even the most extreme elements, whether that’s crawling over a boulder in Moab, Utah, or powering through a blizzard in Lake Tahoe. While many Land Rovers may never ford a 2-foot-deep stream, the vehicle...

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By Ray Dennison | March 16, 2015


Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

Secret meetings in the mountains of Northern China between American journalist Helen Foster Snow and Korean national Jang Jirak in the 1930s...

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Museum Quality
John DeMers | Photography by Debora Smail | March 13, 2015

In June of 1987, Houston art patron Dominique de Menil opened the Menil Collection in Montrose, showcasing one of the largest private art holdings in the country, with a focus on 20th century icons like Picasso, Pollock, Rothko...

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Arbiters, Offline!
By Holly Crawford | March 11, 2015

Carrie Colbert
Houston energy exec Carrie Colbert, 37, may be new to the blogosphere, but her site has been picked up by The New York Times, W, Elle and...

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Estate of Grace
By Beth Weitzman | March 10, 2015

The monkeys scampering through the trees have no idea how fabulous this place is. But I do. I’ve traveled all over the world and put my head on beaucoup plush pillows in plenty of villas owned by celebrities. But...

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