NABJ Mourns the Loss of Pulitzer Prize-Winning Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) mourns the loss of Pulitzer Prize-winning Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison.

Ms. Lauryn Hill and H.E.R. Announce One Night Only Show at The Hollywood Bowl

Tickets Go On Sale To The General Public Starting Friday, August 9

2019 Theta Charity Antiques Show Returns to Houston for Grand Finale in November

Featuring appearances by nationally-renowned design experts Steve and Brooke Giannetti, Alexa Hampton, Thomas Jayne, Charlotte Moss, Thomas O’Brien, and Margot Shaw

Fueled Fashion & Art Gala Showcases Houston’s Energy Industry

LF Enterprises announced today that the company will produce the inaugural Fueled Fashion & Art Gala – a fashion runway show, art show and auction to showcase the energy capital.

Local Girl Stars in TUTS' Seussical

Tap into a child’s imagination and there is no wonder what they might conjure. An oversized one-eyed yellow monster with feet for hands, people with orange Mohawks, blue faces, and green fangs instead of teeth or maybe a dog that ...

Renowned Architect of Historic Projects Leaves Profound Legacy Which Had Houston Connection

The renowned architect, Phillip (Phil) Freelon, who was the lead designer of the Smithsonian National African American Museum of History & Culture in Washington D.C., died last week. Freelon had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or better known as ...

HMAAC Opens Robert Hodge's It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back

HMAAC is delighted to originate It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back, a solo exhibition of the works by Robert Hodge. The exhibit opens July 12 and runs through September 7, 2019.

Uncover A Witty Romantic Comedy as Houston Ballet Brings Back The Merry Widow

With only two more ballets left in its 2018/19 season, Houston Ballet brings back Ronald Hynd’s The Merry Widow. This full-length story ballet is a romantic comedy Houston hasn’t seen since 2013, when Principal Mireille Hassenboehler took her final bows ...

HMAAC Opens Close to Home: Latinx Art and Identity 2.0

The Houston Museum of African American Culture (HMAAC) is delighted to present Close to Home: Latinx Art and Identity 2.0, an exhibit of work that originated from the Collection of Drs. Harriett and Ricardo Romo of San Antonio.

Restoring Historic Dr. John Biggers Mural After Harvey

What was once thought gone in Hurricane Harvey now is back in full glory. This is the historic Dr. John Biggers mural – the contribution of the negro woman to American life and education.

Jussie Smollett Wants to Clarify a Few Things

Actor and Musician Jussie Smollett performed at his first show since his reported attack, tearfully telling fans at the event in Southern California that he is not fully healed but he is doing OK.

Meet The Houston Designer Who Is Draping A-listers From Sarah Jakes Roberts to Houston's Elite, LaSonja Polk

Fashion Stylist Lasonja Polk is giving A new meaning to the definition of wearing kimonos.

The Legendary Lauren Anderson in the Nutty Nutcracker

The Legendary, first African-American Principal dancer for the Houston Ballet, Lauren Anderson, will appear in the Texas Ballet Theater (TBT) Ben Stevenson's The Nutty Nutcracker at 8 PM December 14, 2018 at the Bass Performance Hall (525 Commerce St. Fort ...

Rodeo Announces Entertainment Genre For 2019 Houston Rodeo

Organizers for the Houston Livestock Show have announced the entertainment genre and the dates they will perform. However, just who will perform on those dates still won't be ironed out until January, except for one.

The Houston Choral Society Chamber Choir Presents Handel’s Messiah Friday, December 21, 2018 at 7:30 PM

The Houston Choral Society’s Christmas concerts are always an audience favorite and have become an annual tradition for hundreds of Houston families. This year, the HCS Chamber Choir presents Handel’s Messiah, on Friday, December 21 at 7:30 PM, at the ...