There are lots of events in Houston each weekend, but we shine our light only on the ones that offer an entertaining, enhancing and enlightening experience.
"The Man Who Saved New Orleans" is currently playing at Midtown Houston's favorite live playhouse, Ensemble Theatre. Acclaimed Houston playwright, Thomas Thomas Meloncon
loosely based this contemporary work upon many of the facts, misinformation and assumptions about one of the worst national disasters in the United States of America.
The drama reveals the dynamics and psyche of a family uprooted by Hurricane Katrina from the Creole soil that gave them strength, family loyalty and purpose.
They struggle to find happiness as they thirst for their former sense life, love and unity after the family finds itself 280 miles west of New Orleans in Houston, Texas.
Houston Auto Show 2009, Reliant Park ,January 24-February 1, 2009.
New cars, supercars and latest concept vehicles from all of the automakers are all under one roof. The Houston Auto Show is the largest auto show in the southwest, finishes it's week long stay in the city.
Automotive enthusiasts attending the 2009 Houston Auto Show will have a plenty to talk about this year, after getting a peak at the array of spectacular concept cars and the latest automotive products.
Festa Di Carnevale, Sunday, February 1 from 3:30-5:30pm at the Italian Cultural and Community Center at 1101 Milford Street near Midtown Houston in the Museum District. Festa di Carnevale" is an Italian festival for children that is full of costumes, parties, and celebrations before the time of "quaresima", a time of quiet introspection 40 days prior to Easter. Parents are encouraged to join in the fun by dressing up as well!