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A lot of people might call Macgregor Drive in Houston’s Third Ward, the crowning jewel in the predominantly African American neighborhood. But homeowner Tomaro Bell calls it an endangered gem threatened by a planned cemetery for cremated remains. Full News here – KHOU – News – Neighborhood News

If a toddler tried to re-create the mystifying behavior of adults, it would look a lot like Paul Haggis’s Third Person, a drama where grown-ups scream and cry and kiss for reasons that are confounding even to those who understand speech. The film follows a handful of couples, or rea… Full News here – Houston…

If a toddler tried to re-create the mystifying behavior of adults, it would look a lot like Paul Haggis’s Third Person, a drama where grown-ups scream and cry and kiss for reasons that are confounding even to those who understand speech. The film follows a handful of couples, or rea… Full News here – Houston…

On July 26, 1970, 21-year-old Carl Hampton was shot and killed on Dowling Street by members of the Houston Police Department. They fired from the roof of St. John Missionary Baptist Church. The police called it self-defense; the black community called it murder. The story of Carl Hampton, and oth… Full News here – Houston…

“Call It Street Art, Call It Fine Art, Call It What You Know” In our time, there may be no art form more divisive than street art. For decades, the public has debated the merits of the genre — from the criminality of the act to the skill and creativity involved. The Station Museum of…

“The Big Show” “The Big Show” is Lawndale Art Center’s annual juried exhibition. The gallery drip-drops with life this year; though there is no set theme to Lawndale’s “Big Show” exhibitions, many of the works are figurative pieces. Bryan Forrester’s photograph Imogene C-Print shows a … Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

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