ALAN DISPARTE: HINDSIGHT BIAS Show Runs Through May 28th at G Spot Gallery In The Heights

Hindsight bias is the belief that an event could have been predicted after it has already occurred, creating a narrative supporting what we believe could have been foreseen.


This past Saturday I hiked a little ways to downtown H Town to a little underground dive called Notsuoh. I don’t know why, maybe it was the cool poster art that got my attention. It was four bands on a Visionary Noise lineup, and an artist was supposed to be painting, so I thought, ok.


Playhouse 1960 Turns the Bard Into Cliff Notes - The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (The Guys)
So I went back for a second bite at the Shakespeare Abridged apple at the 1960 Playhouse, this time with an all male cast.  It's a lot more of the same as the lady's take two weeks ago, with some different takes.  This run's cast consists of Nicholas Garelick, Bryan Maynard and Jonathan Moonen.  The crowd was a bit larger this time, which helped the play as it is audience participation heavy.

Hardy and Nance Street Show April 2017 >> Splendora Gardens Flower Show April 2017 >>
Look What Is Blooming in First Ward

We are well into spring and the flowers are beginning to bloom and display their vibrant colors, but there is one huge flower bed that has been blooming since fall of 2016 and continues to bloom in First Ward. This is not any ordinary bed of flowers. This bed of flowers lies on Houston Avenue between Edwards Street and Bingham Street, in front of the closed Brock Elementary School.

Locally Grown in Texas:
Why I Care About Farmer's Markets

When we think about the good life, art and food rank pretty high in importance. The food industry consistently engages in deceptive marketing that confuses consumers. One way this is done is by throwing around terms that have no meaning under federal guidelines, such as dressing up chips as being "natural." While some carry more validity than others, all these trendy marketing terms associated with our food (Organic, natural, cage-free, etc.) can be overwhelming.

Playhouse 1960 Turns the Bard Into Cliff Notes with The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (The Ladies) One of the most common treatments of phobias is immersion therapy, where you are forced to face your darkest fears. If your greatest fear is Shakespeare, then The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (The Ladies) presented by Playhouse 1960 will certainly get you over your phobia. The play every single one of Shakespeare's plays in the space of an hour and a half, in sketch format. It is bawdy, anarchistic and very much audience participation. The audience part is its greatest strength, and it's greatest weakness.

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