Archive for May, 2009

Houston Rockets Win 99 to 87; 5th Game on Tuesday

The Rockets kicked some ass last night despite Yao being out for the rest of the season. Shane Battier had a career-high 23 points. However, the story on Sunday night was Aaron Brooks scoring a career-high 34 points! Game 5 is on Tuesday in LA.

Check out this great video from 1994 during the city

Night Court 2009 Show Promo

Night Court is a variety show written and performed by local lawyers. The show raises money for charities of the Houston Bar Foundation. Night Court is in its 19th year of production. There are 5 shows scheduled starting June 10 through June 13 at the Wortham. Tickets are available at HBA.org.

Insert lawyer joke here.

Art Car Parade

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Rick Lowe, founder Project Row Houses, at CAMH

The Contemporary Arts Museum opens No Zoning: Artists Engage Houston tonight at 7 PM. Sixteen years after its creation, Project Row Houses founder, Rick Lowe, joins other Houston artist to discuss the impact that zoning ordinances have had on the cultural and social growth of Houston.

If there is one thing that unites Houstonians, it is certainly our fascination with real-estate. For more on the Houston real-estate landscape, visit swamplot.com.

Kristine Mills Releases bossanovafied

Kristine Mills, also known as

Livin Fat — Behind the Scenes with the cast at The Ensemble Theatre Houston

‘Times are tough for the Cooper family. Although money is tight, their affection for each other is limitless. Everything changes, however, when son David Lee, a college graduate forced by the economy to work as a bank janitor, interrupts a robbery. In their haste to get away the thieves drop a bundle of money, which David Lee picks up

Ack! vs. PR!MO

The Art League Houston recently held its very first graffiti exhibition, The Boardroom, featuring collaborations and large-scale murals by artists, WEAH, ACK!, and Raiko Nin, as well as animations by filmmaker Alex PR!MO Luster. Today

2009 Offshore Technology Conference Celebrates 40 Years

It is OTC Week in Houston. To you and I that means more traffic in the Galleria area and long lines at our favorite watering hole.

Founded in 1969, the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is the world

La Nana by Sebastian Silva at the MFAH

La Nana by Sebastian Silva, received the World Cinema Jury Prize, Drama and A World Cinema Special Jury Prize for Acting this year at Sundance.

From the Sundance site, ‘Sebastian Silva

Jesse Salmeron introduces This is America

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