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Topic: Art & Culture

The Nimble Modernism of Magdalena Fernández

Currently on view at Sicardi Gallery and the Houston Cistern, “Flexible Structures” offers a rare opportunity to break the geometric bounds of Modernism. A fitting prequel to Super Bowl weekend here in Houston, we recently found ourselves exploring the Houston Cistern, a historic water reservoir built in 1926 that extends roughly one and a half […]

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Leslie Odom Jr. — From “Hamilton” to The Jazz Halls

Fueled by his breakthrough Broadway performance, Leslie Odom Jr. brings his celebrated style to the recording studio. It’s been a particularly fruitful year for actor and singer Leslie Odom Jr. In addition to landing the role of his career in the widely celebrated Hamilton musical on Broadway, he also ended up going home with a well-deserved […]

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The Men’s Health Guide to Dressing Like a Champ

A Look at 17 Style Icons with Winning Wardrobes For their September issue, Men’s Health set out to distinguish the distinct look of a champion. Of course their search wasn’t relegated to sports stars. Instead, they consider all manner of men across time and industries, from the boxing ring to the silver screen. As such, we […]

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Behind the Curtain of the Acclaimed MFAH Film Program

Honestly, we’re just not that into most movie theaters. On the whole, the films are okay (at best) and the ambiance is… well, kind of sticky. Generally not quite the experience we tend to go in for. Of course, being Houston, there are many alternatives around town that offer something decidedly different. So, in the […]

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Anila Quayyum Agha: “Intersections” Installation

During her childhood, Anila Quayyum Agha was raised within a culture that excluded women from attending the mosque. Relinquished to her home to pray, she was confounded as she began to realize that the mosque served as much more than a hub for prayer, but for a sense of community and creativity that nonetheless excluded […]

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Houston Roots Run Deep: The Houstorian Dictionary

Houston gets a bad rap, but it’s an incredible hub for culture, industry, and opportunity—and according to some, it always has been. In fact, we just picked up The Houstorian Dictionary, which seeks to catalogue and celebrate “the innovators, artists, heroes, hucksters, scientists, philanthropists, performers, politicians, and tinkerers” who have made Houston what it is […]

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