Archive for November, 2022

Houston Billionaire Hosts a Political Kickoff Party Like No Other — Tilman Fertitta Orchestrates the Launch of John Whitmire’s Mayoral Campaign

All that was missing in the Post Oak Hotel ballroom were balloons and confetti as State Senator John Whitmire officially dove into Houston’s 2023 mayoral race. The atmosphere was more victory party than campaign launch and with billionaire hospitality mogul Tilman Fertitta serving as host — as well as Whitmire’s campaign finance chair — it … Continued

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AO On-Site – Miami Beach: Untitled Art Fair, November 28th – December 3rd, 2022

Studio Lenca at Y.E.S. Contemporary, all images via Art Observed Positioned south of the Convention Center at 10th and Ocean Dr., the Untitled Art Fair returns to its prime beach real estate this year, bringing with it another year of tightly-curated booths, installations and special projects. It’s a refreshing change of pace from the bustle of ABMB, complemented […]... | Read More

AO On-Site – Miami Beach: Untitled Art Fair, November 28th – December 3rd, 2022

Studio Lenca at Y.E.S. Contemporary, all images via Art Observed Positioned south of the Convention Center at 10th and Ocean Dr., the Untitled Art Fair returns to its prime beach real estate this year, bringing with it another year of tightly-curated booths, installations and special projects. It’s a refreshing change of pace from the bustle of ABMB, complemented […]... | Read More

Fort Worth Children’s Clothing Brand Celebrates 10 Years By Growing Up — Lila and Hayes Continues to Go Big

When Amanda Galati and Paige Casey began talking about starting a clothing line 10 years ago, they never dreamed they’d experience the kind of growth and success that their clothing brand Lila and Hayes has garnered. What began as a home trunk show in Fort Worth and local trade show brand featuring primarily baby and … Continued

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Celebrate The Holidays The Texan Way at The Post Oak Hotel

The Post Oak Hotel in Uptown Houston is known for its impeccable service, luxurious spa, and delectable culinary offerings (including a wine cellar that boasts libations dating back to the 1800s). It is Texas’ only Forbes Double Five-Star rated hotel, after all. With a two-story Rolls-Royce showroom and a multi-million-dollar art collection throughout the property, …... | Read More

Houston Mom Turns Her Pandemic Baking Into a New Cookie Shop — Milk Mustache Brings Big Cookies to Tanglewood

Like many of us, mother of four Tracy Jones took to her kitchen during the COVID-19 pandemic. But instead of making sourdough or banana bread, her focus was cookies — the fresh-from-the-oven home-baked sort. A novice baker with a generous spirit and, one might assume, an outsized sweet tooth, Jones began baking cookies as simply … Continued

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When Did Being “Clever” Become A Bad Thing?

Is there really something wrong with being clever? Even if it can get on our nerves sometimes, its associations remain overwhelmingly positive: Cleverness is seen as a source of not just amusement but insight. – Hedgehog Review... | Read More

Alexa Now Helps Kids Create Stories

To create a new story, your child would begin by speaking, “Alexa, make a story,” and then following several prompts. The AI then generates an illustrated five-to-ten-line narrative — including animations, sound effects and music — built around their answers. – Engadget... | Read More

Artistic Producer

TITLE: Artistic ProducerSTATUS: FT ExemptDIVISION: ArtisticREPORTS TO: Artistic DirectorPOSTITION AVAILABLE: Immediately ABOUT STUDIO THEATRE Since its founding in 1978, Studio Theatre has been based in the historic neighborhood of Logan Circle in Washington DC. Inspired by the world around us, Studio brings personal, political plays to audiences across the Washington metropolitan area.... | Read More

A Prescription For Our Age: Long Poems?

Long poems really had been popular, with wide and diverse readerships, at various times in literary history. Is this a kind of reading that we should try to recover? There are signs that the long poem might be making a comeback. – Psyche... | Read More
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