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The Texas heat couldn’t hold a candle to the electrifying energy Cage the Elephant brought to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on July 12, 2024. While their latest album, “Neon Pill,” got a spotlight with a few tracks, the night was a celebration of the band’s entire discography, leaving a packed amphitheater buzzing...

What started as a U.K.-based dating series and turned into a worldwide phenomenon, “Love Island” has branched beyond a way to help people build connections in a paradise-like environment. With the rise in popularity and award of prize money, are the contestants of “Love Island” coming in with true intentions? With...

Amidst the roaring heat and humidity this summer, the allure of cinema presents itself as a captivating and immersive means of escapism. The following movies are some that offer the enchanting summer vibes we are all looking for. Forrest Gump (1994) A timeless classic, “Forrest Gump” will transport you on a...

Hurricane Beryl may have brought rain on Houston, but that didn’t stop Sarah McLachlan from providing a night of instrumental and vocal talent on the last stop of her “Fumbling Towards Ecstacy” 30th Anniversary Tour at the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land. Opener Feist took to the stage performing “Mushaboom,”...

As her latest project, actress and singer Mckenna Grace released “LOSER!!,” proving pop-punk and female rage are a match made in heaven. Released on her 18th birthday, “LOSER!!” encapsulates Grace’s feelings after breaking her own heart, as stated in her Instagram post, and brilliantly captures the rollercoaster of...

“Rockstar” is BLACKPINK’s LISA’s newest single since her solo debut in 2021. In the three years between releases, Lisa has been featured on collaborations such as “SG” with Ozuna, Megan Thee Stallion and DJ Snake and “Shoong!” by Taeyong. This break between releases is part of what created a whirlwind of anticipation...

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion pulsated with vibrant energy on June 30 as The Doobie Brothers, reunited with the legendary Michael McDonald, delivered a concert that was pure gold. The anticipation was electric as the crowd, a multi-generational mix, buzzed with excitement for the return of the iconic...

Historically, queer characters in the media have been drastically under-represented and demonized, especially bisexuality. When there is queer representation, bisexual characters are often depicted as hypersexual and non-monogamous individuals that cannot control their sexual desires. Author of the webcomic...

713 Music Hall filled every seat in the building for the twelfth stop on the Mother Mother and Cavetown co-headline tour. Meet Me @ The Altar opened the show with their tracks “Parallel Lines” and “Beyond My Control.” Lead singer Edith Victoria then announced a Lesbian roll call that the audience gladly answered...

Noah Kahan’s We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour rolled into The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Thursday, June 13, transforming the amphitheater into a venue dripping with fall foliage and bittersweet memories. Kahan, the New England singer-songwriter known for his introspective lyrics and relatable storytelling,...