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By Byline Houston “Rise Above” and What’s Next with Tomar and The FC’s | Byline Houston The Austin-based soul band Tomar and The FCs recently released their second full length album, Rise Above. While Tomar and The FCs are indeed “Austin-based”; they are signed to Houston’s Splice…

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By Byline Houston ‘Color Out Of Space’ starts Lovecraft resurgence: Interview with Richard Stanley | Byline Houston A mysterious object from outer space lands in a remote area of Massachusetts. So begins the fateful tale of a rural family that raises alpacas in “Color Out of Space,” an adaption of the H. P.

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By Byline Houston Benh Zeitlin reimagines Peter Pan with “Wendy” | Byline Houston If you look in the encyclopedia for the description of “reimagining classic literature as a movie” you’ll find Benh Zeitlin’s name. Zeitlin’s interpretation of the Peter Pan myth uses tropes from J. M.

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By Byline Houston Astroworld Festival in pics by Rebecca Herpin | Byline Houston Byline Houston contributor, Rebecca Herpin, captured some of the sights at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival at NRG Park.

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By Byline Houston Trey Shults makes “Waves” | Byline Houston “One striking image can penetrate your subconscious. It’s one of the things I love about movies,” says Trey Edward Shults during a visit to Houston to present his third film “Waves” on the opening…

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By Byline Houston ‘Baba & Me’ examines the culture that birthed Houston’s S.U.C. | Byline Houston “Do you know what it’s like to feel the Gs fade?” is the question viewers are asked to consider at the opening of Robert Jackson’s one-man show, Baba & Me: A Young Man in Search of His Father…

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By Byline Houston “Rise Above” and What’s Next with Tomar and The FC’s | Byline Houston The Austin-based soul band Tomar and The FCs recently released their second full length album, Rise Above. While Tomar and The FCs are indeed “Austin-based”; they are signed to Houston’s Splice…

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By Byline Houston ‘Color Out Of Space’ starts Lovecraft resurgence: Interview with Richard Stanley | Byline Houston A mysterious object from outer space lands in a remote area of Massachusetts. So begins the fateful tale of a rural family that raises alpacas in “Color Out of Space,” an adaption of the H. P.

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By Byline Houston Benh Zeitlin reimagines Peter Pan with “Wendy” | Byline Houston If you look in the encyclopedia for the description of “reimagining classic literature as a movie” you’ll find Benh Zeitlin’s name. Zeitlin’s interpretation of the Peter Pan myth uses tropes from J. M.

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By Byline Houston Astroworld Festival in pics by Rebecca Herpin | Byline Houston Byline Houston contributor, Rebecca Herpin, captured some of the sights at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival at NRG Park.

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By Byline Houston Trey Shults makes “Waves” | Byline Houston “One striking image can penetrate your subconscious. It’s one of the things I love about movies,” says Trey Edward Shults during a visit to Houston to present his third film “Waves” on the opening…

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By Byline Houston ‘Baba & Me’ examines the culture that birthed Houston’s S.U.C. | Byline Houston “Do you know what it’s like to feel the Gs fade?” is the question viewers are asked to consider at the opening of Robert Jackson’s one-man show, Baba & Me: A Young Man in Search of His Father…