Arts & Entertainment

Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston presents Ruddigore at Cullen Performance Hall at the University of Houston the last two weekends of July

Tickets now on sale for Saturday, July 20 and 27 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 21 and 28 at 2:30 p.m. WHAT:                Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston presents Ruddigore (or The Witch’s Curse) at Cullen Performance Hall at the University of Houston the last two weekends of July. Two performances are set for Saturday evenings (July 20 and July 27 at 7 pm), while two are Sunday matinees (July 21 and July 28 at 2:30 pm). Ruddigore’s last […]

Alley Theatre Kicks Off its 78th Season with Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None

The beloved Summer Chills series celebrates its 30th anniversary HOUSTON, TX -The Tony Award®-winning Alley Theatre announces the cast and creative team of its 78th Season kick-off production – Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None. This production celebrates the 30th anniversary of the beloved Summer Chills series, which started in 1994. Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, directed by Elizabeth Williamson, runs July 19 – August 25, 2024 in the Hubbard Theatre. “I’m so excited that for the 30th anniversary of Alley […]

2024 Lands & Legacies Conference

What: Join the Coastal Prairie Conservancy and our partners for the 2024 Lands & Legacies Conference, a joint event between the Texas Coastal Prairie Initiative (TCPI) and the Texas Grasslands and Savannas Initiative (TGSI)! It will be held on Thursday, October 24th, from 8 AM to 4:30 PM, and Friday, October 25th, from 8 AM to 2:00 PM at The George Ranch. This conference is a critical opportunity for landowners and conservation partners to come together […]

Grammy® Award-winning Houston Chamber Choir announces 2024-2025 lineup for “30th Anniversary Season: From Startup to Standout,” including one world premiere

Season subscriptions now on sale for season 30 HOUSTON, June 17, 2024– The Grammy® Award-winning Houston Chamber Choir, under the direction of Founder and Artistic Director Robert Simpson, announces its 2024-25 program lineup for “30th Anniversary Season: From Startup to Standout.” Season subscriptions are now on sale to the public at houstonchamberchoir.org, with single tickets for all concerts available on August 1. Of the eight concert events, six are part of the choir’s subscription series, while two are free […]

From Desert to City: Enjoy Dubai in a Rolls Royce

Dubai, a city synonymous with opulence and extravagance, is a playground for those who revel in luxury. From towering skyscrapers to pristine beaches, every corner of this city exudes grandeur. And what better way to immerse yourself in this lavish lifestyle than by cruising the streets in a Rolls Royce? In Dubai, where extravagance knows no bounds, renting a Rolls Royce isn’t just a mode of transportation; it’s a statement of refinement and sophistication. The […]

Why Renting an Audi in Dubai is a Must for Your Next Trip?

Dubai, a city of lavishness and luxury, calls travelers from around the globe with its sparkling horizon, world-class shopping, and unparalleled extravagance encounters. In the midst of the forsaken scene and structural wonders, investigating Dubai in fashion gets to be a necessary portion of the travel. And what better way to raise your Dubai involvement than by reveling in the exemplification of car extravagance – Audi. Audi, eminent for its modern plan, cutting-edge innovation, and […]

Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Approves Statewide Deer Carcass Disposal Regulations

AUSTIN — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved statewide deer carcass disposal regulations during its May meeting in an effort to reduce the risk of transmission of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) across the state. For most hunters, these new regulations do not change how they currently care for their deer after harvest. “Proper disposal of all potentially infectious material is critical for reducing the risk of disease transmission,” said Blaise Korzekwa, TPWD White-tailed Deer Program […]

Fort Bend County Fair Summer Night Gala Returns

The Fort Bend County Fair’s Summer Night Gala will spark the fun on Saturday, June 29. The Fort Bend County Fair’s BBQ committee will once again host the fundraising evening that will benefit the scholarship foundation and financially assist all five auctions during the Fair. The event debuted last year and will be held at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds in building “C.” Due to the Gala attendees’ generosity, the BBQ Committee gave 4% back […]

Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Adopts New Mountain Lion Regulations

AUSTIN — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved regulations banning canned hunts and implementing trapping standards for mountain lions during its May meeting. These changes are the first in more than 50 years regarding management of mountain lions in Texas and move the state toward more modern hunting and trapping standards. “The passage of these regulations is an important step toward better management of mountain lions in the state,” said Richard Heilbrun, Wildlife Diversity […]

Championship Belt Buyer’s Guide: Rise to the Top with the Right Gear

In the world of professional wrestling, championship belts are more than just pieces of metal and leather; they are symbols of excellence, prestige, and history. These belts have become iconic in the wrestling industry, and one that stands out as a symbol of wrestling excellence is the WWF Winged Eagle Belt. This championship belt has left an indelible mark on the world of wrestling and continues to be celebrated by fans and wrestlers alike. A […]