Hairspray’s Broadway Tour Brings The Beat To The Hobby Center in Houston

Hairspray came to Houston last Tuesday, June 4 during their National Tour as part of the Memorial Hermann Broadway at the Hobby Center 2024-2025 Season, and I was pleased to attend Media Night. This all-new touring production of Hairspray is currently in its third season and reunites Broadway’s award-winning creative team, Director Jack O’Brien and…

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Ingrid Rojas Contreras: Explorando la Herencia Familiar y el Realismo Mágico en “The Man Who Could Move the Clouds

Ingrid Rojas Contreras, una destacada autora colombiana, ha logrado captar la atención internacional con su habilidad para entrelazar el realismo mágico con narrativas profundamente personales. Su obra más reciente, “El hombre que podía mover las nubes”, es un testimonio de su destreza literaria y una ventana a la rica historia de su familia. La inspiración…

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Latina Artist Grace Sorensen Honors Late Father With Hometown Show At The Parish

This past Sunday, May 19, R&B artist Grace Sorensen graced her hometown of Austin, TX for a concert dedicated to her late father, Roger Sorensen, and it was beautiful. The show was held at The Parish and featured phenomenal openers Euphonia and Smooth Nature. Two powerhouse acts, whose showmanship and delicate instrumentation left me slack-jawed….

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“SPACE FOR ALL STEM FESTIVAL” Featuring Former NASA Astronaut Jose M. Hernandez

On Saturday, May 4th, a free STEM event was hosted by the city of Kent (Washington State) in partnership with the Kent Community Foundation and the Kent School District. The event titled “SPACE FOR ALL, STEM FESTIVAL” was a family-friendly event that provided interactive activities, informative brochures, and fun swag for all attendees. The event…

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