Houston’s Jazz Church Searches for a Home: Is the City’s Hidden Music Legacy in Danger of Being Lost?

Houston’s Jazz Church Searches for a Home: Is the City’s Hidden Music Legacy in Danger of Being Lost?

02.21.17

It’s a dark and cold evening, but a group of true believers has gathered for a higher purpose. A diverse crowd of 20 clusters in Read

Houston Lures an Acclaimed French Festival to Town: Get Ready for Master Chefs and Edgy Street Artists

02.20.17

With more than 20 international talents alongside a celebrated Houston street artist, seven master pastry chefs in from Bordeaux, programming reaching hundreds of school children, Read

Houston Lures an Acclaimed French Festival to Town: Get Ready for Master Chefs and Edgy Street Artists
Seven Feet Tall Stone Wonders Take Over the Arboretum: World Famous Works Make a Rare U.S. Appearance

Seven Feet Tall Stone Wonders Take Over the Arboretum: World Famous Works Make a Rare U.S. Appearance

by Samantha Klaassen
02.13.17

As we eagerly await what is sure to be an excitedly art-filled April, we add a cool exhibit at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden Read

Houston Activist Artist Butts Heads With Washington D.C. New’s Power Players: When Every Steps Counts

by Sarah Gish
02.11.17

This is the fourth and final story in a series of artist and activist Sarah Gish’s diary, a veritable Thelma and Louise adventure, without Louise. Read

Houston Activist Artist Butts Heads With Washington D.C. New’s Power Players: When Every Steps Counts
Hot Shops and Top Restaurants Get a New Neighbor: Public Art Transforms Fort Worth’s Hottest Development

Hot Shops and Top Restaurants Get a New Neighbor: Public Art Transforms Fort Worth’s Hottest Development

by Brooke Roberts
02.07.17

Fort Worth’s thriving new mixed-use development WestBend is home to many hot shops and restaurants (HG Sply Co., Pax & Parker, Core Power Yoga, East Read

Generation Next: This Young Curator Doesn’t Own a Car (in Texas), Bowls Like a Pro and Finds New Art Stars

02.06.17

Anna Katherine Brodbeck’s favorite work at the Dallas Museum of Art is a billowing acrylic on canvas by artist Sam Gilliam titled Leaf, 1970, which Read

Generation Next: This Young Curator Doesn’t Own a Car (in Texas), Bowls Like a Pro and Finds New Art Stars