Arts & Entertainment

Central Fort Bend Chamber’s 2018 Business Links Golf Tournament Was A Success

Corn Hole-In-One Finalists: Robin Anderson & Gary Finnegan

(July 11, 2018 – Richmond, TX) The rain held off for the Central Fort Bend Chamber’s Business Links Golf Tournament presented by Finnegan Auto Group. The day was beautiful and the competition was fierce. The shotgun start was the beginning of the two 9-hole scrambles that ran throughout the afternoon. The Grand Champions of the 2018 Business Links Tournament, which was determined by a shoot-out, was the Value Bank of Texas-Richmond team. Team members included […]

Houston Symphony Presents All-Beethoven Concert This Summer At Jones Hall

HOUSTON (July 13, 2018) – American conductor Aram Demirjian makes his Houston Symphony debut for the one-night only, all-Beethoven program Friday, July 20 at 7:30 p.m., part of the Bank of America Summer Series at Jones Hall lineup. Demirjian, Music Director of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, leads a program that features some of the most famous works of Beethoven’s middle period. During this stage of his life, Beethoven revolutionized music as he grappled with his […]

2018 Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market® Cruise into the Holidays with the 38th Annual Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market  

Houston, Texas (July 16, 2018) — Aficionados of the Nutcracker Market, get your shopping list ready, the 38th annual Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market Cruising into Christmas returns to NRG Center November 8-11. Over 270 merchants from across the country will showcase their unique gift items, including home décor, gourmet food, apparel, toys, candles, jewelry, novelties, accessories and more. “The Nutcracker Market has become a holiday tradition in which shoppers come together to make memories and discover new businesses from […]

Houston Summer Camp Offers Both Fun And Education To Blind Kids

Matthew Martinez is not sure what to think of Officer J. Ordon's horse during a Lighthouse visit by the Houston Mounted Patrol.

HOUSTON, TX – JULY 10, 2018 — Summer Camp is a highlight of most kids’ summers, and it’s no different for the blind and visually impaired children who are enjoying The Lighthouse of Houston’s Summer Camp. This year’s camp features numerous field trips that offer both fun and education to the 22 participating children, who range in age from 5-10.  In addition, the program features swimming and water safety, arts and crafts, games and more. […]

Bayou City Art Festival Downtown Announces Call for Volunteers for October 13-14, 2018

HOUSTON, July 11, 2018 – The Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA) is looking for volunteers for the Bayou City Art Festival Downtown on Saturday and Sunday, October 13- 14, 2018. Volunteers have the option of choosing various roles and shifts for either or both days. Shifts for Friday afternoon and evening will also be available to assist with artist check-in and festival load-in. “Our volunteers are a crucial component of the success of the festival, and we […]

 “Tapas and Sangria Style” Taste and Toast Celebration benefiting Shield Bearer

Pictured left to right: Kelli Seyedain, Susan Teves, Leslie McKeand, and Anya Lucas at 2017 Taste and Toast Celebration

Tuesday, August 7, 2018 4:00-7:00PM Hilton Garden Inn Houston Northwest 7979 Willow Chase Blvd Houston, TX 77070 Join community, business, and ministry leaders for a celebration of summer and the hope and healing found at Shield Bearer. Beat the summer time heat with a refreshing evening of tapas style appetizers, sangria tastings, networking, a silent auction, and door prizes. Discover how Shield Bearer serves over 16,000 people each year including human trafficking, crime, abuse, and […]

Momentum Katy Hosts “One Mo’ Year Older” First Anniversary Celebration Sunday, July 29, 2018 

Family activities, vendor booths, games and raffles will be center stage at the event HOUSTON (July 9, 2018) – Momentum Katy (25410 Katy Mills Parkway) will celebrate its one-year anniversary with “One Mo’ Year Older,” a summer block party, Sunday, July 29, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The family-friendly event is open to the public and includes climbing, vendor booths featuring local businesses, games and activities, food trucks, a scavenger hunt and raffles with a chance […]

 Houston Symphony Celebrates The Life And Legacy Of George Michael With Concert Featuring Greatest Hits

HOUSTON (July 9, 2018) – The Houston Symphony will celebrate the music of pop sensation George Michael for one-night-only on Saturday, July 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the program The Music of George Michael, as part of the Bank of America Summer Series at Jones Hall. Returning guest conductor Brent Havens joins the orchestra for an evening of electrifying music featuring the Houston Symphony, complete with a full rock band and lead vocalist. The tribute […]

The 21st Annual Festival of Originals Produced by Mimi Holloway

In the present day, Harold is widowed and can’t get anyone’s attention. (Tausheli McClure, Brit Garcia, and John Stevens).

The FOO consists of five, 20-minute original plays by five different playwrights, with five different directors and five different casts. It is an eclectic grouping of plays submitted from all over the U.S., as well as a number of foreign countries. Civilized Affairs by Carl L. Williams Directed by Rachel Watkins An English professor, an affair, and a tray of donuts – What happens when old and new morality clashes in this hilarious play? Find out in the […]

Broadway’s Adam Pascal Comes to Sugar Land’s Inspiration Stage for a Special Performance with Aspiring Musical Theatre Students

SUGAR LAND, Texas (July 7, 2018) – Sugar Land’s national award-winning community theatre, Inspiration Stage, is excited to present an advanced Student Showcase, featuring Tony Award-nominee Adam Pascal, Aug. 6 at 7 p.m., at the historic Sugar Land Auditorium, 226 Lakeview Dr. Pascal is best known for his role as Roger in RENT, which he originated both on Broadway and in the 2005 film. He has also starred on Broadway in Aida (Radames), Cabaret (Emcee), Chess (Freddie), Chicago (Billy), Memphis (Huey), Disaster (Chad), and most recently, Something Rotten (Shakespeare). Pascal will […]