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TV Shows and Movies to Stream Right Now — the Best Netflix and Hulu Picks

Editor’s Note: Netflix is not only a streaming platform for great original television shows, but some of the best films (like Academy Award nominees Marriage Story and The Irishman) on the scene right now. So, for this month’s TV Shows and Movies to Stream Right Now, I decided to expand streaming to film as well. This is … Continued

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Stephan Courseau Completes His Knox District Trifecta with Georgie

From the sunny and elegant Le Bilboquet — the go-to destination for ladies and gents who lunch and cocktail at night — to neighborhood bistro Up On Knox, restaurateur Stephan Courseau has brought much to the Knox District. Now, between the two eateries on Travis Street, Courseau has partnered with Michelin-starred chef Curtis Stone and … Continued

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Go Inside Some of Dallas’ Most Luxurious High-Rises

Turtle Creek is well known for its exquisite high-rises and luxurious residences. These towering buildings blend in with the beautiful surroundings, serving as a backdrop for some of the most extravagant weddings in Dallas, and many a cocktail on The Mansion’s string-lit patio. On April 26, home enthusiasts will have a rare opportunity to step … Continued

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UH’s Caleb Mills Does Points Not Pressure — Freshman’s Incredible Closing Stretch Keeps Houston in Top 25, Swats Back Angry UConn

With 64 seconds left in a tie game, with UConn coach Danny Hurley threatening to set new records for sideline histronics on the other side, Kelvin Sampson draws up a play for his team. The Fertitta Center is roaring — it’s not Zion loud, but it’s more than clamorous enough. Tilman Fertitta himself is here … Continued

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Sundance Taps Into Taylor Swift, Hillary Clinton, Lin-Manuel Miranda and More for Mountain Town Movie Magic

PARK CITY, Utah — The Sundance Film Festival, the granddaddy of independent cinema, kicked off Thursday in this mountain town of 10,000 minus Robert Redford and the annual opening day press conference. A planned community bonfire, new virtual reality and interactive activities, music for every taste and of course the movies, did make it. Over … Continued

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Lunar New Year Fests, Auto Show and the Island’s Restaurant Week — Best Things to do in Houston

Houston weekends are packed full of events, but how many of them are truly worthy of your time? PaperCity’s new events calendar offers a curated look at all the best things to do in the area. But everyone can still use a guru — or two. PaperCity Weekend Gurus Virginia Reynolds and Matthew Ramirez cull our calendar … Continued

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Houston’s Galleria Adds a Slew of New High-End Stores With International Appeal

Cult favorite sneaker brand Golden Goose is among a slew of new stores headed to The Galleria this spring. The influx of upscale labels comes from around the globe, with Gianvito Rossi, Akris and celebrity favorite Fabletics all headed to Houston. Slightly scruffy and handmade in Italy, Golden Goose sneakers top the “It” shoe list … Continued

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Houston’s New Supper Club Brings Top Entertainment and Ben Berg Power — It’s a Hot New Scene at The Annie

Love, love, love Ben Berg’s new hospitality adventure — Supper Club at The Annie, to be played out on select Sunday nights combining dining, dancing and musical entertainment. Think The Carlyle, The Shamrock and Ralph Lauren’s Polo Bar. PaperCity was the first to learn of the club, then tentatively named The Turner, in September when … Continued

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Fort Worth Finally Gets its Own Shake Shack — With Opening Date Set, Mule Alley Preps for Cult Burger Takeover

While it seems like everyone else in Texas has access to at least one Shake Shack, Fort Worth’s been left out of the gourmet burger fun. Until now. The city’s first Shake Shake is opening in the Mule Alley redevelopment in the Fort Worth Stockyards. The hamburger haven will take up residence at 122 E. … Continued

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Notre Dame Cathedral Restoration Gets Major Boost From Becca Cason Thrash’s Glittering River Oaks Dinner

When Becca Cason Thrash calls, the world answers. Or so it seems. And it did rather appear that the entire world packed into River Oaks District’s Steak 48 Tuesday night at the behest of the philanthropic fundraising diva. The beneficiary of this buoyant dinner soirée — restoration of the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. … Continued

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