In 2015, the Suffers packed up their suit cases, loaded up their music gear and left Houston to go on their inaugural tour. At the time, they had no idea what the future held for their tight-knit band. Now, just a mere three years later, the band has seen their music take them all over the world. From gracing stages in Europe to playing festivals in Australia and Colombia to performing live on…
The Suffers Announce First Houston Performance of 2018 — And It Involves BBQ This was reposted for my personal reading use
I was all in for Frozen and about halfway in for Moana, but by this point in my mom life I have seen my fill of cartoons. So, when one of my kids suggested we go see The Greatest Showman, I was intrigued. ‘Wait a minute,’ I thought, ‘is that even a movie for kids?’ […]
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5 Reasons to Take the Kids to See “The Greatest Showman” This was reposted for my personal reading use
Sometimes you see a stage production and feel like you’ve gotten in on the bottom floor of a pyramid scheme. In other words, you are among the first to witness what is sure to become a mainstay of modern theater. So it goes with the world premiere of Lover, Beloved, currently at the Alley Theatre. Lover, Beloved basically unrolls as a one-woman show, with singer Suzanne Vega playing novelist, poet…
Suzanne Vega Explores the Life of Literary Icon Carson McCullers in New Production This was reposted for my personal reading use
For almost 20 years, The Harp (1625 Richmond) has drawn in customers with the warm, emerald glow of its neon sign. And for 15 years before the doors were first thrown open, Declan Plunkett was already a fixture of the Montrose bar scene. When Free Press Houston caught up with Plunkett on a chilly and gray February afternoon, the proprietor was in the parking lot, picking up trash that had been…
The Harp Bids Farewell to Montrose After Nearly Two Decades of Service This was reposted for my personal reading use
It’s that time of the week again. This week, FPH’s graphic designer took over our Spotify and served up a very eclectic mix of tracks that, somehow, seems to flow. Whether it’s Ministry or Electric Light Orchestra, there’s something for everyone. However, my favorite is the intro, Shyne’s “Dear America,” a spoken word piece that the artist made for us to hear about his experiences. Speaking on the…
Staff Infection 004: Shelby Hohl This was reposted for my personal reading use
I never thought I’d say this. In fact, I never thought I’d admit it. If I’d been asked before I was pregnant, I’d have laughed like a hyena, denying the possibility. If it had been suggested when my son was three, I would have said something along the lines of, “No way, there is no […]
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Let’s Play Ball:: All About Spring Sports This was reposted for my personal reading use