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Posts from June 2014

  • Boileau Mural
    June 19, 2014
    Houston is packed with business, and along with it, commercial buildings. But take a city like Houston, which also boasts a robust arts community and you'll find that even a nondescript 30-year-old commercial building can serve as a canvas to Houston's creative. Standing more than 60 feet tall and 180 feet wide, Artist Sebastien "Mr. D" Boileau took his vision for the mural, titled "Preservons La Creation" (Let's Preserve the Creation), to 2800 San Jacinto...
  • Miller Outdoor Theatre Houston
    June 5, 2014
    Miller Outdoor Theatre , the premier outdoor theater for performing arts, has unleashed a full schedule of summer events. But that's not the best news. It's free! That's right, check out the lineup and plan fun summer events that won't cost you a penny. Miller Outdoor Theatre offers the most diverse professional entertainment of any Houston performance venue, including classical music, jazz, ethnic music and dance, ballet, Shakespeare, musical theater, classic films and much...
  • Miller Outdoor
    June 5, 2014
    Miller Outdoor Theatre , the premier outdoor theater for performing arts, has unleashed a full schedule of summer events. But that's not the best news. It's free! That's right, check out the lineup and plan fun summer events that won't cost you a penny. Miller Outdoor Theatre offers the most diverse professional entertainment of any Houston performance venue, including classical music, jazz, ethnic music and dance, ballet, Shakespeare, musical theater, classic films and much...
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