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It’s Saturday morning, you have the day off, homework can wait till Sunday night, and you have no plans. You’ve been looking for a reason to ask out that babe in Spanish but you don’t have a plan of action. Maybe they like rare Porsches, or art, or motorcycles, or music, or food, or beer, and I think you get the...

  The second annual Houston Latino Film Festival will be held March 23 to March 26 at Talento Bilingue de Houston theater located in the East End of the city as well as the Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston. Films from Latin America, Spain, Portugal and the U.S. will be screened at the three-day long event. Badges...

The Exhibit The Dogon people — a culture living along the steep and rocky Bandiagara escarpment in present-day Mali — have crafted art for centuries. Recently, the Menil Collection is displaying an exhibition showcasing a variety of subject matter, techniques and materials. A beautifully curated exhibit, “ReCollecting...

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Over the weekend, hundreds of artists from all across the country gathered around Houston’s city hall to showcase their work. The streets were lined with tents on both sides, and . crowds of people meandering along. Visual art was most represented, with many of the tents serving as...

Houston Museum of Fine Arts launches Degas: A New Vision— an exhibition of the works of Edgar Degas (1834-1917), a French artist and one of the founders of the impressionist movement. Degas is famous for his portraits of people in urban environments and, in particular, for his series of paintings of ballet dancers....

Winter break is around the corner and students will finally have some time to relax and unwind after the fall semester. A great way to enjoy the break is absorbing Houston’s culture and ringing in the holidays with events that local art museums are holding. The Museum of Fine Arts will host its first “Christmas at...