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DC Young Fly and Emmanuel Hudson Star in Hilarious New Social Media Comedy #DigitalLivesMatter

Premieres Exclusively on UMC – Urban Movie Channel Saturday, July 1, 2017

Urban Movie Channel presents the exclusive premiere of #DigitalLivesMatter, a comedic film that teams up the hilarious social media kings, DC Young Fly (Wild ‘N Out, Almost Christmas) and Emmanuel Hudson (Ride Along, Wild ‘N Out), on Saturday, July 1, 2017. When a disgruntled fan of a social media superstar hacks into his account and deletes his millions of followers, hilarious antics ensue in the journey to get them all back. Just how far will the hacker go to prove that followers are people too and #DigitalLivesMatter?

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Broadway Veteran Among Cast in 2017 Houston Shakespeare Festival

UH-Produced Event is at Miller Outdoor Theatre July 28-Aug. 6

A Broadway star is among the cast of talented actors who will take center stage at the Miller Outdoor Theatre this year for the 43rd season of the Houston Shakespeare Festival (HSF).

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Video Games Live Returns to Houston Symphony with New Concert Featuring Music and Video from Popular Video Games

The highly successful Video Games Live multimedia concert experience will return to the Houston Symphony for the fifth time at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 14, at Jones Hall. A brand-new show from years past, the entertaining spectacle will be led by guest conductor Emmanuel Fratianni.

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Make a Wish! Tanabata Japanese Star Festival

Celebrate the annual reunion of Japan’s iconic star-crossed lovers with storytelling, dances and cultural activities!

The Children’s Museum of Houston and the Consulate General of Japan in Houston would like to invite you to celebrate the Make a Wish! “Tanabata 七夕” Japanese Star Festival. As legend is told in Japanese culture, two star-crossed lovers, Vega and Altair, are separated by the Milky Way. They are allowed to meet only once a year on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month. This reunion marks the celebration of Tanabata (meaning the evening of the seventh).

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Eric Benet Headlines the 2017 Black Heritage Fest

"Not just a festival, It's an Experience"

Eric Benét and many others set to rip the stage at the third annual Black Heritage Festival. Center stage in the nation's fourth largest black populated city, Houston Texas. Over 10k African-Americans, Afro-Caribbeans, Africans from the Continent, Afro Latinos & Hispanics, multi-cultural guest flock to Houston's iconic Discovery Green, Saturday September 30th 2017.

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CAIR-Houston Says SCOTUS 'Muslim Ban' Decision Ignores Anti-Muslim Bigotry, Emboldens Islamophobes in Trump Administration

The Houston chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Houston), the nation's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, said today's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court allowing a limited version of the Trump administration's "Muslim ban" executive orders to take effect ignores the Islamophobic origins of the policy and emboldens Islamophobes in the Trump administration.

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Houston Bicycle Museum Announces Full July Calendar For Cycling's Pinnacle Month

Summer 2017 at the Houston Bicycle Museum kicks off with the celebration of “The Bicycle – the Subculture, Camraderie, and Lifestyle

July at the Houston Bicycle Museum will be our most ambitious month in two and a half years of operation. The month will be full of events and begins Friday, June 30, 8pm-11pm with a Sneak Preview of the Museum's first annual juried art exhibit: “The Bicycle – the Subculture, Camraderie, and Lifestyle” A call was sent out to Houston's art community for submissions in a wide variety of mediums and the only guideline was that bicycle-themed entries were preferred.

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Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Votes to Accelerate Workforce Training

Jackson Lee: “By accelerating workforce training, we move closer to extending the promise of America to every person who just wants a job.”

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Mayor Turner Invites Proposals for National Creative Placemaking Grant

Mayor Sylvester Turner is calling for Houston’s best ideas to endorse for the national Our Town grant program.

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Enough is Enough: Our Leadership is Keeping Their Eye on The Prize

Jackson Lee: “The line of attack against Pelosi is absurd and does nothing but distract us from our agenda of improving the lives of the American people."

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