Theater Catostrophic Ist Fantastisch!
Loreta Kovacic

Paul Sanchez from Cowboy Mouth in from New Orleans for a Special Performance at Shoeshine Charley's Big Top Lounge
January 26 / $7 / 9P-2A

This is going to be a talent packed show with lots of rhythm, and great songwriting. Everything you would expect from Devil Killing Moth, Ricky Dee of Ganesha and Smith Deville a dynamic songwriting couple who have been playing and writing together for nearly 20 years in Texas. for more information

Dimitri Kozyrev 'Lost Edge'
Curated By 
Toby Kamps of Blaffer Gallery

Dimitri Kozyrev's Lost Edge series surveys vast territories of history and modern art. Trained in USSR as a meteorologist by the Soviet air force and in the United States as a painter by the University of California, Santa Barbara, he applies a cartographer's precision and an artist's synthesizing imagination to military and aesthetic conquests and their aftermaths.
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Joseph Cohen's 'Looking at a Flower'
@ G Spot Gallery, through Dec 31
Houston's Lost History:
The Downtown Flood of 1935

People tend to forget we live in a swamp. Houston wasn't considered very habitable until the invention of air conditioning. We used to lead the nation in cases of yellow fever and cholera, and we had frequent cases of malaria well into the 50's. The large number of bayous has been a constant source of flooding, the Flood Control District starting converting the bayous in the 1950's from muddy rivers to the managed culverts you see today.

What did the Black Angels bring to Houston?

Psychedelic experimental music is therapeutic. Psychedelic music provides a means by which to alter our perceptions, and altering perceptions, is very close to and may lead to questioning presuppositions. The Black Angels create a sound that draws you in, takes you places you may not expect to go, and couples this with lyrics that question presuppositions about war, relationships, currency and other subjects.

Shopping Small, Shopping Local at Pop Up Houston

Long vintage dresses and anything that blings, these are a few of my favorite things!

Pop Up Houston held it’s 6th Annual Holiday Festival at Greenstreet in Downtown Houston. The shopping festival showcased dozens of local small businesses including clothes, handmade apothecary products, handbags from around the world, handmade jewelry, even handcrafted perfumes along with a variety of online vintage boutiques.

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