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Seulgi, legally named Kang Seul-gi, is best known as a member of Red Velvet, one of South Korea’s most popular girl groups from SM Entertainment. The girl group debuted in 2014 with a four-member line-up consisting of Wendy, Irene, Seulgi, and Joy, with new member Yeri joining in 2015.  Red Velveroup has mainly...

Fresh from their Tony wins, SIX traveled to Houston and gave audiences an entertaining, educational and empowerful night to remember. Between the sparkling costumes and interactions with the audience, viewers of the show are immersed in an 80-minute musical with multiple elements to keep everyone...

“To know how it ends and still begin to sing it again, as if it might turn out this time.”  We tell the tale of Orpheus and Eurydice over and over again, in different languages, in different circumstances and with different characters. Hadestown is such a story, taunting the audience to suspend their disbelief for...

Def Leppard performed at Minute Maid Park on Friday night, dazzling a stadium full of fans. The British glam rockers started their set with “Take What You Want,” a song from their 2022 album Diamond Star Hotels. They followed this by diving into crowd pleasers “Animal” and “Foolin.”  Def Leppard has been in the...

Making history by casting the first non-binary lead character in one of their movies, Disney continues to promote acceptance and inclusivity through their third installment of the “Zombies” franchise, released on July 15 on Disney+.

John Mulaney performed at the Toyota Center Saturday night to a packed crowd. While the jokes were different, the laughs were the same.

"Hamilton" has started their Houston run at the Hobby Center. While the show no longer has their original, iconic cast, the new cast makes sure this hit musical is still just that: a hit.

Have you ever been intrigued by those weird hair tutorials you see on Tik Tok? Our Cynthia Zelaya tried out a hair noodle.

"Red (Taylor's Version)" has 30 songs, a short film and a music video, barely giving fans time to breathe between releases.

Local music is coming back to Houston, and one of our writer stumbled across a hidden gem. Breathwish is a perfect underground band for fans of Green Day and older Fall Out Boy.