Archive for June, 2016

Nobu Mania! The Most Famous Japanese Restaurant in the World Is Opening in Houston

No matter where you are in the world, Nobu remains the premiere culinary destination for upscale, Japanese cuisine. The brainchild of chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa (also the proprietor of Read

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NEWS: Lisa Liebmann (1955–2016)

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There Goes the Neighborhood: Pentti Mokkonen Takes a Sharp-Eyed Look at Los Angeles Architecture and Gentrification at Jenny’s

The long walkway that leads up to Jenny’s in Silver Lake stretches back from the sidewalk, past a purple-painted insurance shop, and hovers above an overgrown ravine. For his current show, “Mur Murs,” Pentti Mokkonen hung a canvas-on-panel painting along … Read More... | Read More

Apple Patents Idea To Block Fans From Taking Pictures At Concerts

“The patent describes a smartphone camera receiving coded infrared signals beamed from emitters in public places. The handset could then offer on-screen information or disable the camera functionality to stop pictures being taken.”

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Planet Fun: One of Houston’s Top Bloggers and Partying Young Professionals Enjoy a Bohemian Beach Bash

WHAT: Planet Blue Summer Soirée WHERE: Planet Blue boutique in River Oaks District WHO: Host and blogger Ashley Rose; Planet Blue team Alicia White, Carson Brown, Heidi Morales, Paige Robak, Maggie McCabe, and Dayna Barrett; Read

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Floppy Ears And Green Gas From One ‘BFG’

Steven Spielberg directs an adaptation of the Roald Dahl book that goes long on sentiment and on ... well, length, but finds charm in its deployment of Mark Rylance as the CGI giant's voice.

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Faith And Fear In A Story Of ‘Innocents’

Inspired by real events, The Innocents visits a convent in 1945 where a doctor finds herself unexpectedly treating pregnant nuns.

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Le Carre Adaptation Takes ‘Our Kind of Traitor’ On A Tour Of The Underworld

A professor (Ewan McGregor) gets drawn into a seedy and violent world of criminal intrigue by a boisterous Mafioso (Stellan Skarsgard).

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Report Urges BBC To Drop License Fee And Find Better Source Of Funding

The report claimed the licence fee was “vulnerable in the face of changes in technology and consumption”. It continued: “It is in any case far from an ideal system – it has failed to guarantee real independence and is charged at a flat rate. The BBC’s independence has also been compromised by the insecurity of its establishment by a royal charter and the process behind the... | Read More

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