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The Registry’s initial survey asked questions about residents’ physical health, mental health and housing before, during and after Hurricane Harvey. Those not affected by Harvey were, and still are, also encouraged to participate because their responses provide much-needed insight into Harvey’s impact on all communities. Houstonians are asked to continue participating in the survey for
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After 30 years of thrilling audiences across the United States and abroad, The Phantom of The Opera is coming to Houston's Mischer Neurosciences Broadway at the Hobby Center November 7-18th. The big difference between past productions of Phantom and this one is Cameron Mackintosh's reinvention of the staging and scenic design.  There are also some
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Review by Christine Thompson Love Never Dies: REVIEW "Love Never Dies," Andrew Lloyd Weber's sequel to "The Phantom Of The Opera," played a limited engagement at Houston's  Hobby Center For Peforming Arts in Houston, TX from June 17-22nd after a run in Hamburg, Germany. This version of  "Love Never Dies" was re-written after the original
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Interview by Paul Salfen Across The Pond: An Interview With Nick Allbrook Now in its tenth year, Pond has always been considered an offshoot or a sibling band to Tame Impala, but seven albums and a decade later, the group is well past the point of standing out on its own. For band leader Nick
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Review by Christine Thompson Alison Luff and Paul Nolan in Escape To Margaritaville. Photo by Matthew Murphy. "Parrot Heads" delighted as "Escape to Margaritaville" stopped in Houston October 21st-November 5th before moving on to Chicago.  The limited run, pre-Broadway show wowed the audience at the Hobby Center, who were singing along, not at all distracted