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"Living Small" & "I Stare at People"
Aug 6-Nov1
Includes 18 paintings of interior scenes in "Living Small" and 20 coffeehouse paintings in "I Stare at People" by artist Lavanna Martin. Cafe Arts, Art Museum of Southeast Texas.
Call for info: (409) 832-3432
Downtown Jazz Fest
Aug 22
The streets of historic downtown will be filled with the soulful sounds of Lou Ann Barton, Dean James, Jimmy Simmons, Billy McCormic, Dwayne Hildreth Band, The Greyhounds, Marion Meadows, Jack Edery and many others. For more information, call ext. 1.
Call for info: (409) 838-3435
"Escape into Landscape: Selections from the Permanent Collection"
Apr 3-Aug30
From broad panoramas to close studies, the land provides both subject and escape for artists and viewers alike. Art Museum of South Texas, 1902 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Call for info: (361) 825-3500
"Twisted Spurs"
Jul 11-Aug22
Exhibits works that twist and toy with traditional Western art, imagery and materials. K Space Contemporary, 415 Starr St.
Call for info: (361) 887-6834
Live Music Bay Cruise
Aug 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Begins at 7 p.m. Captain Clark's Flagship, 600 N. Shoreline Blvd. E-mail:
Call for info: (361) 884-8306
Summer 2009 Concert Schedule
Aug 6, 13, 20, 27
Includes Little Big Band on Aug. 6, Big Sexy on Aug. 13, John Cortez Band on Aug. 20 and The Vibrant Ones on Aug. 27. Hours are 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Cole Park Anderson Amphitheater.
Call for info: (361) 826-3410
Hummingbirds -- Our Tiniest Winter Texans
Aug 29
Discover which hummingbirds grace South Texas in the fall, and what to do to keep them in the garden all winter. Speaker Brent Ortigo, Texas Parks & Wildlife biologist, will lead a tour of the Botanical Gardens & Nature Center's Hummingbird Garden. Hours are 10 a.m. to noon. South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center, 8545 S. Staples St. E-mail:
Call for info: (361) 852-2100
Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibit
Sep 1-14
Features poster art from the Golden Age of Cinema from the archives of Rogelio Agrasanchez Jr. Harlingen Arts & Heritage Museum.
Call for info: (956) 216-4901
"You Can't Take It with You"
Jul 3-Aug30
Alice seems to have escaped the mild insanity that presides over her family's eccentric household, and wants her new beau to get acquainted with her family in small doses. But, no one bargained for the hilarious ensuing eruption when his parents unexpectedly come to call. A.D. Players.
Call for info: (713) 526-2721
"The Andrews Brothers"
Jul 15-Aug30
Stages Repertory Theatre's Yeager Theatre.
Call for info: (713) 527-0123
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