MAKE A NOISE TALENT SHOWCASE EVERY THURSDAY IN AUGUST
Visionary Noise presents yet another creative mix-up of sorts, hosted by one of Houston's favorite personalities, Detre Val. They'll be announcing a different line up of local superstars for each date. The cost is an irristable $5 if you buy your ticket online at visionarynoise.com. This series upstairs at Montrose favorite, Midtown Bar & Grill, 24hrs diner on West Grey. Multi-genre events are not easy but these guys seem to pick out some really great local talent out of the heard. We highly recommend making one if not several of these dates, and hanging for a bit upstairs at Midtown for a chicken fried steak or a perfect priced right Greek pizza.

Rothko Chapel presents Wayanay Inka THURSDAY AUGUST 11, 2016 - 7 P.M.
Take a journey from the Pacific shores into the heart of the towering Andes Mountains. Four Peruvian men from the Wayanay Inka will be bringing sounds of the tranquil existence the Inca people to Rothko Chapel this August 11, at 7P.M. The Inca people live far from technology, on the mountainside of the Andes Mountains. The band founded in 1984 will be playing traditional music featuring chants, drums and pan flutes. Tickets are $10 available online >>

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Heights Epicurean Farmers Market
Every First Saturday of Each Month 1245 Heights Boulevard 8:30a - 1:30p

Handmade, home-made, locally grown or sustainably produced in Texas. Participating vendors showcase everything from dog biscuits and organic baby food to infused vinegars, locally-roasted coffee, bakery goods, chocolates, preserves, hot pepper jellies, lemonade, vegetables, handmade soaps, candles and skin care products. We have featured flowers, local honey, baked goods, coffees tea and cocoa, chocolates and more. Live music, smiling faces and fun in the sunshine right on the Boulevard.
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As Dusk Falls, an experimental metalcore band, was founded in 2013 by frontman Jack Siren and friends in Diboll,TX. Just south of Lufkin. The band started out practicing in a friend’s brother’s room, traveling(and often sleeping) in a tiny Nissan truck to get around. Fast forward a few years, some we financial hurdles, and 13 lineup changes and you find the band now. Calling Nacogdoches home, the band now consists of Judah Juarez (bear), Stewart Haas(raven) and Chadd Gibbs (owl), Patrick Stewart (elk), and the only surviving original member Jack Siren(wolf) on vocals. Read the full article>>
Why You Need To Know
Victor Renovato, Fashion Designer


To make fashion joyful but also preferable is a challenging thing. That’s the genius of this 20-something Houstonian designer for Vicren Collections, whose art captures vibrant hues. His capsule collection entitled cheerleader dream, reflects his eclectic and effortless style, resulting in a line that it is as cheerful and radiant as it is respectful and timeless. Read the full article>>

FITZGERALDS JUNE8 MANINKARI, SO SOON THE TRUTH, THE EARTH AS WE KNOW IT, METANOIA, YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD ANARCHISTS

The band  are influenced by traditional Native and Indigenous music, metal, djent, tribal drums and more. MANINKARI comes from the Ashaninka people of the Peruvian / Brazilian rainforest and literally translates to, "Those Who Are Hidden."So Soon the Truth are committed to making every song they  play a roller-coaster ride of emotions, and dynamics from beginning to end.

Houston's Lost History: 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.
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Houston's Lost History: Camp Logan Race Riots
The early fall of 1917 was one of the darkest times in Houston's history. World War One was raging in Europe and the United States was beginning to ship thousands of soldiers overseas. Our governor, James “Pa” Ferguson had just been removed from office for embezzlement. Read the full article>>
Houston's Lost History: 1867 Yellow Fever Epidemic Houston's position on the Gulf of Mexico and it's location surrounded by bayous meant Houston was once home to many diseases that are unknown here today. In 1867 our susceptibility to tropical disease killed a tenth of the population.
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