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Ziegler Cooper Architects: Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral

Ziegler Cooper Architects: Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral

in Built in Houston

Ziegler Cooper is a Houston architecture firm primarily serving schools, churches and communities. The firm offices in Houston's Bank of America building, in a space that suggests the churches they design. A major builder for 30 years.

Mosaic Hub, The

Mosaic Hub, The

in Grow creatively in Houston

Community for artists seeking an opportunity to perform, exhibit, and grow. Variety shows at Ovations Night Club or MATCH. Mosaic Mixers provide exhibit space and open mic for members, held at Silos on Sawyer. Member directory, career workshops.

Beer Can House

Beer Can House

in Built in Houston

A mid-century cottage transformed by its owner into a charming work of folk art with thousands of beer cans, rocks, wood, marbles and other pieces of metal. Tucked into a residential neighborhood and now a landmark open for touring.


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Talento Bilingue

Talento Bilingue

in Performing in Houston

Latino arts cultural center that produces theater, art exhibits and festivals that showcase local talent. Also provides educational programming onsite and in schools, and supports East End community development.

FrenetiCore

FrenetiCore

in Dance, Performing in Houston

Performing cutting-edge dance and performance art since 2003, led by Rebecca French. A core of regular performers are joined by guest artists. Frequently collaborates with leading musicians and music ensembles.

Stages Repertory Theater

Stages Repertory Theater

in Performing in Houston

Professional, year-round repertory theatre that presents new plays and established work in new ways. Since 1978, Stages has been focused on challenging audiences to see and feel in new ways. Nationally known for its commitment to innovation.



Houston Ballet

Houston Ballet

in Dance, Performing in Houston

Internationally recognized dance company, now America's fifth largest. 55 medal-winning dancers, led by Stanton Welch. 60% of the performers brought in through its own academy. Performs at Wortham Theater Center. Premieres include Papillon, Dracula.



City Hall

City Hall

in Discover history in Houston

One of the first totally air-conditioned buildings in Houston, completed in 1939, using WPA grants. Designed in the 'stripped classical' Art Deco style by local architect Joseph Finger, who was born in Austria but spent most of his career in Houston.

San Jacinto Battleground

San Jacinto Battleground

in Discover history in Houston

Commemorating the Battle of San Jacinto, where Texas won independence from Mexico in 1836, the park includes the San Jacinto Monument, whose pinnacle offers views of Houston, the ship channel and the battleship USS Texas. Museum, tours, gift shop.

Lone Star Flight Museum

Lone Star Flight Museum

in Discover history in Houston

Museum that acquires, maintains, displays, and operates historically significant aircraft. Mostly military aircraft. Flight experiences available beginning at $250 for 35 minutes. Aircraft on view plus historical exhibits. Gift shop.



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