Common Ground: An Interview With Above & Beyond’s Paavo Siljamäki

Imagine an Earth filled with passion, full of therapeutic color and free from worry. Sounds too good to be true, right? However, Above & Beyond — the iconic three-piece electronic music production group consisting of Jono Grant, Paavo Siljamäki and Tony McGuinness — have created this gorgeous world within a world with the unveiling of Common Ground. The album is a euphoric combination of…

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Imaginary Places: An Interview With Frank Stella

In 1997, The University of Houston commissioned Euphonia, one of its largest immersive works on its campus at The Moores Opera House. The vaulted, large-scale installation spans three areas: the atmospheric ceiling of the lobby, a large-scale triptych on the mezzanine level, and high up within the ceiling of the opera house itself. The overall work is a collection of abstract images on canvas…

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Film Facts: Happy, Not Happy Edition

Michael Haneke is one of a select group of contempo writer/directors whose career seems vested in the cinema of cruelty. Happy End, Haneke’s latest film, arrives in Houston this weekend, and the film is anything but happy. The most peculiar aspect of Happy End revolves around the characters played by Jean-Louis Trintignant and Isabelle Huppert. The two revive characters by the same name, Anne and…

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A Day In the Life of a Houston Heights Mom

I love the Heights. I have lived here for 5 years now and it just keeps getting better! The thing that I love about the Heights is that the ever-changing landscape always gives us something new to explore. Not to mention the fact that SO many things are popping up within walking distance of my […]

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Brett Dennen Brings His Folksy Hooks to Heights Theater Tonight

There always comes a time to end a season of sadness, to shelf those Bright Eyes records, clear the empty wine bottles crowding your kitchen counter, pop some vitamin D, breath deep, and start anew. Brett Dennen’s latest EP — a real treat for fans of bands like The Head and The Heart and Wild Child — is a soundtrack for this new start, for that day when the darkness gives way to a morning bright…

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Making Almond Milk Is Wasteful, but It Doesn’t Have to Be

Stroll through the Eastside Farmers Market on a Saturday morning and it won’t take long to spot someone sipping from a glass bottle coyly labeled “NOT MILK” in the font once used for a nationwide dairy campaign. Call them not-milks, call them nut-milks, call them what you will, beverages made from nuts are crowding cow milk out of the American refrigerator, but they’re also wasting opportunity for…

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