Category Archives: Featured

Float Through the Air, Digitally! Paint a Song, No Skills Required

In 2009 the Spanish communications company, Herraizsoto&co created a unique viewing and playing experience for musician Virginia Labuat‘s ethereal song, Soy Tu Aire. When you open the website you’ll be met with this message: Soy tu Aire is a song full

Float Through the Air, Digitally! Paint a Song, No Skills Required

In 2009 the Spanish communications company, Herraizsoto&co created a unique viewing and playing experience for musician Virginia Labuat‘s ethereal song, Soy Tu Aire. When you open the website you’ll be met with this message: Soy tu Aire is a song full

“Blaze Movie” Introduces Itself to Houston with a Hootenanny of a Good Time

Rockefeller’s on Washington was transformed on Sunday to the world of Blaze Foley, Broken Spoke mural, tequila sunrise’s to drink and all. Ethan Hawke, the film’s writer, director, and producer came swinging through town to introduce his new movie to

“Blaze Movie” Introduces Itself to Houston with a Hootenanny of a Good Time

Rockefeller’s on Washington was transformed on Sunday to the world of Blaze Foley, Broken Spoke mural, tequila sunrise’s to drink and all. Ethan Hawke, the film’s writer, director, and producer came swinging through town to introduce his new movie to

Houston Kids Can Ride the Metro for FREE All Summer Long!

METRO is giving away unlimited FREE RIDES for the entire summer. The new METRO Student Summer of Fun Pass offers K-12 students the opportunity to travel anywhere METRO goes…any time…any day…FREE! Summer of Fun Passes are good from June 1 – Sept.

Houston Kids Can Ride the Metro for FREE All Summer Long!

METRO is giving away unlimited FREE RIDES for the entire summer. The new METRO Student Summer of Fun Pass offers K-12 students the opportunity to travel anywhere METRO goes…any time…any day…FREE! Summer of Fun Passes are good from June 1 – Sept.

“KURIOS” Transports You to 1890’s Paris

Walking up to the majestic blue and yellow tents one already feels transported to a place and time far, far away from Houston. Fantastical instrumental music, bouncing with unexpected twists, wafts through the air. Next you see elaborately decorated people

“KURIOS” Transports You to 1890’s Paris

Walking up to the majestic blue and yellow tents one already feels transported to a place and time far, far away from Houston. Fantastical instrumental music, bouncing with unexpected twists, wafts through the air. Next you see elaborately decorated people

Star Wars Reads Day – Saturday October 8 at Tomball Lone Star Library

Stormtroopers, food, free books, Jedi training, posters- and did I mention FREE?!  Join us on Saturday October 8, at the Tomball Lone Star Library from 1-4 for Star Wars Reads Day. We have books to give away, books you can

Star Wars Reads Day – Saturday October 8 at Tomball Lone Star Library

Stormtroopers, food, free books, Jedi training, posters- and did I mention FREE?!  Join us on Saturday October 8, at the Tomball Lone Star Library from 1-4 for Star Wars Reads Day. We have books to give away, books you can

Find This Book: Painting For Peace In Ferguson

In a time of divisive rhetoric and heartbreaking news stories of racial tensions in the country a book like this serves as a welcome reprieve. Focusing on a positive outcome of the disastrous, tragic events which occurred in and around the

Find This Book: Painting For Peace In Ferguson

In a time of divisive rhetoric and heartbreaking news stories of racial tensions in the country a book like this serves as a welcome reprieve. Focusing on a positive outcome of the disastrous, tragic events which occurred in and around the

Houston Playwright Premieres “Hair Like the Sun” This Weekend

Taken from their homes and unjustly imprisoned in a desolate desert, over 100,000 Japanese Americans lives were changed forever by the crippling experience which is now little more than a footnote in American history. Many who suffered through these atrocities

Houston Playwright Premieres “Hair Like the Sun” This Weekend

Taken from their homes and unjustly imprisoned in a desolate desert, over 100,000 Japanese Americans lives were changed forever by the crippling experience which is now little more than a footnote in American history. Many who suffered through these atrocities