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Kaan Do
By Robin Barr Sussman | October 6, 2015

Tarakaan, the nightlife-savvy Asian-fusion bistro now open in Midtown, models itself after the exotic, high-end, themed palaces/restaurants like Buddkan in New York and Paris’ Buddha-Bar. The name comes from “tara,” which means...

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"Players" Gonna Play
By Jeff Gremillion | October 6, 2015

Houston’s culture crowd may not know Ben Edquist yet, but that’s about to change. The handsome singer, 24, will appear in four shows at HGO this season, including a provocative world premiere by American...

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Dream Weaver
By Jacqueline Z. Grossnickle | October 6, 2015

Burberry never shies away from an opportunity to spotlight its enduring signature items—and with more than 150 years under its fashionable belt, it’s no wonder why. This fall, the iconic brand celebrates its most...

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Lambo Love
By Nate Chapnick | October 6, 2015

Pull up, swing those doors to the sky and prepare for onlookers to drop their jaws at the ferocious beauty of the 700-horsepower Italian work of art that stands before them. A car that draws a crowd no matter where it goes,...

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The Hit List: Houston Uncorked
By Robin Barr Sussman | October 2, 2015

1. Table on Post Oak (in BLVD Place, 713.439.1000) is throwing a fete October 8 (tonight!) at 6:30pm to...

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One for the Road
By Phebe Wahl | October 2, 2015

I come from a family of foodies. The women in our clan dedicate an entire weekend each year to simply swapping recipes and sharing secrets on how to best conquer the classics of Julia Child. Our family motto of “Eat a meal, plan a meal” has often...

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Heart Strings
By Ray Dennison | October 1, 2015

Anthony Parce, one of four young musicians chosen to spearhead the Houston Symphony’s new community outreach program, grew up exploring opera houses. “The best game of tag I ever played was backstage at the Seattle Opera House, running and...

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Bush to Beach
By Beth Weitzman | October 1, 2015

An African safari has long occupied a place on my bucket list. But let’s face it, Africa is incredibly distant, so when making the trek, it’s usually recommended that you stay a bare minimum of one week on the continent. Realizing that Africa is a...

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Depp Thinker
By Ray Rogers | September 28, 2015

Never mind that he’s one of the most bankable movie stars alive. Johnny Depp, the 52-year-old Kentucky-born actor with the prominent cheekbones, has always lived a little on the edge, on the periphery of the Hollywood A-list, most comfortable in the...

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Ranch Undressing
By Jeff Gremillion | September 22, 2015

Get ready to see much more of Austin-raised, cowboy-cool Glen Powell, a rising star who plays a collegiate himbo on envelope-pushing American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy’s new slasher-flick-spoofing Scream...

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The Hit List: Lettuce Eat!
By Robin Barr Sussman | September 21, 2015

1. Table 57 (in HEB, 5895 San Felipe St.., 713.978.5860) is serving up a Tuscan grilled tuna salad composed of sliced...

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The Hit List: Shop Around
By Ray Dennison | September 15, 2015

1. Grays dominate the fall collection at Brunello Cucinelli's new outpost. The brand is famed for its cashmere sweaters ($995) and a sleek brown leather jacket ($5,355) is perfect for a zippy Italian moto ride....

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