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Inside Pregnant Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's Trip to Houston With Stormi Webster

Watch: Kylie Jenner's Super Sweet Pregnancy Cravings With Baby No. 2. Kylie Jenner and her growing baby bump recently jetted off to Travis Scott's hometown of Houston, Texas to visit with Scott's family ahead of welcoming baby no. 2. The couple, along with three-year-old daughter Stormi Webster, spent the past weekend in Houston, visiting the local city zoo and enjoying quality time together.

Debbie Allen Wins Big at Sunday Night’s 73rd Primetime Emmys

The multi-hyphenate producer, director and dance guru Debbie Allen received the most prestigious award at the Emmys yesterday evening. Allen became the first Black woman to accept the Governor's Award, now joining Tyler Perry (2020), Jerry Lewis (2005) and Lucille Ball (1989). The Governor’s Award is granted to, “an individual,...

Cirque du Soleil to Make Its Long-Awaited Return in Houston — An Exclusive Video Look at the Behind-the-Scenes Preperation

The familiar blue-and-yellow big tops are coming back to Sam Houston Race Park in November, bringing the return of Cirque du Soleil’s whimsically reimagined show called Alegría: In a New Light. This signature Cirque show was cut short in March 2020 due to the pandemic and now Paper City has an exclusive first look as these aerial artists return to performing for the first time. In Houston.
Houston Chronicle

It was a big night for Texas women at the 73rd annual Emmys

It was a big night for TV, as weird as it might have felt to watch not one, but two spaces filled with vaccinated and unmasked writers, directors and actors. I often wave off the Emmy's. Their governing body is riddled with drama, and their nominees, let alone winners, don't generally mirror quality shows (The Big Bang Theory's seven wins and 46 nominations back me up here).

Paul Wall Reveals He Doesn’t Shower Daily or Wear Deodorant

The conversation surrounding celebrities and their hygiene doesn't appear to be ending very soon. Paul Wall is the latest celeb, but presumably the first rapper, to come forward and reveal non-regular shower habits. During a conversation on Houston's 97.9 The Box radio show, the Texas-bred rhymer explained that he doesn't...
Daily Cougar Online

Showcasing the Intersection of Arts and Medicine

The brightest, most creative minds at the forefront of arts and health integration in the Greater Houston area are converging at the University of Houston for a global conference showcasing how their collaborative work is improving health outcomes for patients and communities. “Innovations in Arts and Health: Collaborating for Medical...
Daily Gate City

AP Top Stories September 20 P

Here’s the latest for Monday, September 20: U.S. deporting Haitians gathered at Texas border; Houston police officer killed in shooting; Volcano on the Canary Islands; BTS opens the United Nations General Assembly. Subscribe for more Breaking News: Website: Instagram: ​. You can license this story through AP...

LOCAL | Make-A-Wish Billboard showcases young cancer survivor’s artwork

HOUSTON, Texas (KIAH) – A cancer survivor and Make-A-Wish recipient’s dream came true after a billboard showcasing her artwork was unveiled in Stafford. 10-year-old, Melinda Moreno is a pediatric cancer survivor who wished for art lessons and for her artwork to be displayed like a real artist. For the first...
Texas Monthly

A Riveting Houston Art Exhibit Explores Race, Class, and Immigration

I did not expect to be pondering Selena’s curvaceous butt at an art exhibition called “In Place of an Index.” But there it was—or at least its woven suggestion—atop four equestrian blanket–inspired sculptures by Travis Boyer that are affixed to a wall at Silver Street Studios in Houston. Designed by Boyer, who grew up in Fort Worth, the sculptures were expertly hand-woven in Oaxaca by Mariano Sosa Martinez; they’re also embellished with pearls, rhinestones, sequins, and fringe. Each one depicts the legs of the late, fashion-forward Tejano megastar in a different outfit, positioned as if she’s astride a horse (alluding to her final concert at the 1995 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo). You have to imagine her top half—a poignant reminder of absence.

Free Books To Celebrate National Literacy Month at Children’s Museum Houston

Children’s Museum Houston in partnership with Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation will provide free books to children in celebration of September National Literacy Month. Phillips 66 volunteers will hand out the books donated by Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation. National Literacy Month encourages young people to pick up a good...
Houston Chronicle

Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott family outing to Houston Zoo angers locals

A visit to Houston from reality star Kylie Jenner and rapper-slash-native-Houstonian Travis Scott would usually be generally well-received. However, the two are getting backlash for their Houston Zoo outing over the weekend. The couple took their three-year-old daughter Stormi to get a VIP tour of the zoo Sunday, inconveniencing some...

Very Artsy News: The Idea Fund, Virtual Ballet and More

Are the leaves orange yet? Fall is officially here this week, and we’ve got another round-up of important artsy updates for the city. Last night, Houston’s own Debbie Allen won the prestigious Governor’s Award at the 2021 Emmy’s, the Houston Cinema Arts Society is kicking off the 50th Anniversary of the DeLuxe Art Show and it’s the last week to catch the MFAH’s Monet to Matisse exhibition.

Songs on the Water on Buffalo Bayou

Buffalo Bayou Partnership and Houston Grand Opera present a 90-minute boat ride on Buffalo Bayou that features a recital, plus wine selected by Nice Winery, and a cheese plate. Baritone Ben Edquist, one of today’s premier interpreters of contemporary American opera, will serenade you during the evening along with pianist...