#MusicMonday: “In Event of Moon Disaster,” Cut Throat Finches

by Sage Howell on August 19, 2019

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the successful 1969 Apollo 11 mission. But what if the spaceship’s crew of Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins hadn’t made it back from the moon? Well, there was a...

Texas Essentials: Abbey Road, Queen of the Honky-Tonks 

by Lisa Davis on August 9, 2019

Abbey Road is reviving Texas dance halls and breathing new life into their old, legendary bones. Although born in Ohio, Road moved to Texas in 1976 has spent much of her life keeping iconic Texas...

Hilarious and Historic, “Ann” Draws Crowds to ZACH Theatre

by Britni Rachal on August 7, 2019

“Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels.” Motivating, uplifting, powerful, comical and with several thought-provoking underlying messages – that’s ZACH Theatre’s latest production of Holland Taylor’s...

Lopsided Love Stories: “A Little Night Music”

by N.L. Thi-Hamrick on August 5, 2019

Theatre Frisco presents a story of attraction, affairs and, inevitably, sex. “A Little Night Music,” though recipient of four Tony Awards, is a lesser-known piece by the celebrated Stephen Sondheim. The decorated composer is considered...

5 Surprising Facts You Didn’t Know About RENT & Why You Should Go See It

by Gabi De la Rosa on July 31, 2019

Houston’s summer is meandering its way into the hottest part of the year, but theatergoers will stay cool both figuratively and literally at the 20th Anniversary tour of RENT at The Hobby Center. In 1996,...

#FoodieFriday: Punch Bowl Social, Austin’s Adult Playscape with Texas-Sized Fun

by Lisa Davis on July 26, 2019

From vintage arcades and bowling to karaoke and virtual reality, Punch Bowl Social is the Domain’s best place for some '80s flashback with a millennial twist and a really rad time.  Punch Bowl Social has...

#MusicMonday: #1 Spotify Artist Khalid Brings His Free Spirit World Tour to Texas

by Aki Wada on July 22, 2019

Lucky Dallas, San Antonio and Houston! Those were the three Texas cities with stops on Khalid’s arena world tour. Celebrating his chart-topping “Free Spirit” album, the tour takes the on-fire 21-year-old singer across the U.S....

Jerrod Niemann Returns to the Road for Live In Concert

by Bebe Brown on July 19, 2019

Where better for a Texas-rooted recording artist to return to the Lone Star State than John T. Floore’s Country Store, musical birthplace of Texas royalty, Willie Nelson? That’s right, platinum-selling Jerrod Niemann is back on...