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  • Talento Bilingue De Houston
    333 S. Jensen Drive | East End

    For nearly 40 years, Talento Bilingue de Houston has fostered and showcased the cultural wealth readily mined in Houston's East End and beyond.Talento began in 1977 as a theater program and has... More on Talento Bilingue De Houston »

  • Bayou Music Center
    520 Texas Ave. | Downtown/ Midtown

    Home for mid-level national touring acts, mostly rock and country artists either on the rise or past their commercial heyday, the Bayou Music Center can accommodate a mosh pit one night and... More on Bayou Music Center »

  • KPFT
    419 Lovett Blvd. | Montrose

    KPFT is simply the best station in town. No other station has as much variety; blues, zydeco, rock en espanol, jazz, several forms of rock, world music, old-school Tejano and hip-hop all vie for... More on KPFT »

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  • Houston Ballet
    601 Preston St. | River Oaks

    Houston Ballet, under the guidance of artistic director Stanton Welch, features a world-class company capable of handling classic as well as contemporary ballet. And the Houston Ballet's academy... More on Houston Ballet »

  • Eleanor Tinsley Park
    150 Sabine St. | Outer Loop - SW

    As Wayne Coyne of renowned Oklahoma rock band The Flaming Lips once noted, Eleanor Tinsley Park operates as a "natural amphitheater." Even in the blistering heat of summer, few things are cooler... More on Eleanor Tinsley Park »

  • Stages Repertory Theatre
    3201 Allen Parkway | River Oaks

    Stages is one of Houston's most best-known theaters. The non-profit company, housed in a mid-sized facility on a side street near Allen Parkway and Waugh, puts on both new and classic comedies,... More on Stages Repertory Theatre »

  • Ensemble Theatre
    3535 Main St. | Downtown/ Midtown

    Founded more than 30 years ago "to preserve African-American artistic expression and to enlighten, entertain and enrich a diverse community," Midtown's Ensemble Theatre gets better each season.... More on Ensemble Theatre »

  • The Menil Collection
    1515 Sul Ross | Montrose

    Yes, it's uncool to toast the leisure activity of two rich old white people, but Dominique and John de Menil brought to Houston works by true greats of the 20th century, including Marcel Duchamp,... More on The Menil Collection »

  • Arena Theatre
    7326 SW Freeway | Outer Loop - SW

    With a capacity of about 2,750, Sharpstown's Arena Theatre is the redheaded stepchild of Houston music venues. Even with all the competition it has these days, the Arena manages to keep the lights... More on Arena Theatre »

  • The Barn
    2201 Preston | East End

    Once a black-box dance space located at the north end of town, The Barn (formerly Barnevelder Movement Arts) is now rental space managed by Dance Source Houston.

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  • Dick Dale Continental Club April 17, 2014 Walking into the Continental Club, I had the thought: "Can Dick Dale still do it at 76 years old?" I mean, I know folks younger that can't even send an email, let alone rip a guitar like it's going out of style. But I would soon find out that not only can he still play, but his guitar riffs sounded cleaner than ever. Dale, who has had an off-and-on... More on Continental Club »

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