“For the Love of Live Music: A Sampling of Houston Music Venues, 1930s to 1970s” by Lindsay Scovil Dove will have you saying, “Oh, yeah, I remember going there!” Cutting across a broad swath of Houston music and entertainers, she recalls the Eldorado Ballroom, the Emerald Room at the Shamrock Hotel, the Pan-America Ballroom, the […]
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By Houston History Magazine on November 20, 2013 in Arts & Culture, Houstonians, Music, Race & Ethnicity
“I was nine years old . . . I prayed and I asked the Lord, ‘Please show me, direct me in a way to be able to help my mom and dad.’” Most kids that age today worry about what features the next iPhone will have, but not Jewel Brown.
By Houston History Magazine on November 8, 2012 in Communities, Houstonians, Museums, Music
by Leigh Cutler Click here to read a pdf of the full article.
Volume 4, Number 1
By Houston History Magazine on November 25, 2006 in Arts & Culture, Houstonians, Museums, Music, Past Issues
The Arts in Houston Vol. 4, No. 1 (Fall 2006)Download PDF Letter from the Editor 2 Art is All Around Us by Julie Coan 10 Public Art in Houston – Walking Tour by Leigh Cutler, Kary Oliveira, and Kimberly Youngblood 13 Presenting Edna Saunders by Betty Trapp Chapman 23 The Orange Show by Rebecca J. […]