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Houston’s Best Pasta?

Every now and then, I taste something that is both familiar and novel at the same time, a dish that touches memory and known sense, and also tells my palate something new, something transformative. The ingredients are all known to me, and I am intimate with their aromas, textures, and flavors, but a eureka moment … Continued

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Houston’s Best Pasta?

Every now and then, I taste something that is both familiar and novel at the same time, a dish that touches memory and known sense, and also tells my palate something new, something transformative. The ingredients are all known to me, and I am intimate with their aromas, textures, and flavors, but a eureka moment … Continued

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High-Profile New Houston Steakhouse Puts Down Roots in One Allen Center After Denver Success Story

Houston isn’t hurting for steakhouses. But carnivores are compelled by temples of meat, and new ones can never hurt. This fall, Space City’s steakhouse scene is getting a glossy new addition in the heart of Downtown. Denver chef Troy Guard is bringing the second-ever location of his steakhouse Guard and Grace to One Allen Center. … Continued

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Iiu Susiraja at Kadel Willborn, Dusseldorf, Germany

See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More

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Money Matters: The Largest Cash Art Prizes Worldwide

A guide to arts-related prizes worth $100,000 or more. Read More

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FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office Seek Return of Rococo Painting Allegedly Looted by Nazis in Ukraine

The painting is attributed to Pierre Louis Goudreaux (1694–1731), a student of master Rococo painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard. Read More

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Tate to Stop Accepting Donations from Sackler Trust

The National Portrait Gallery in London called off a grant from the organization earlier this week. Read More

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Trying To Do Good

We know our actions affect those around us. But how do we know whether our impact is positive? This week on Hidden Brain, what it means to do good in the world.

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‘Out Of Blue’: Stardust And (Hollywood) Star-Power Fuel This Genre-Bending Whodunit

This introspective (and occasionally downright lethargic) existential whodunit starring Patricia Clarkson and a cast of ringers is based on the Martin Amis novel Night Train.

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On The Eve Of World War I, ‘Sunset’ Is Gorgeous But Opaque

A beautiful, headstrong young woman (Juli Jakab) interrogates her past even as Budapest prepares to crumble; director Laszlo Nemes depicts "the soil in which fascism takes root" with cool dispassion.

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