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The International Day of Peace is celebrated annually around the world on September 21st. This year the University Museum at Texas Southern University in collaboration with Think Peace International celebrates Riding the Peace Cranes: Ending Violence Against Our Children.
Third Annual Jazz Concert benefitting Houston Committee for Youth and Non-Military Opportunities, Inc., 1231 Wirt Rd.
The Houston Committee for Youth and Non-Military Opportunities, Inc. is having its third annual jazz fundraiser on Sunday, September 2 at the Houston Mennonite Church. We've had wonderful events the past two years, featuring some of Houston's most promising young jazz artists and raising funds to support our counter-recruitment work in Houston schools.
An evening of revolutionary culture to welcome back local volunteers of the New York leg of the BAsics Bus Tour, and to raise funds for the next leg of the tour.
Hear the volunteers tell of their experiences, and enjoy performances by Sunni Patterson, Khalila K. Nice, and more.
Sat, August 18, 6:30 - 9:30pm
Location: Irie Juices & Daiquiris, 4812 Almeda Rd. Houston, TX 77004
Watch your step! Over 240 artists are taking over the streets of downtown Houston, covering the ground in colorful chalk art murals. The Houston Via Colori ® Street Painting Festival, presented by LINN Energy LLC, is back for its seventh year benefiting The Center for Hearing and Speech. This FREE two-day festival is an interactive art experience that will captivate all your senses. You can talk to the artists, jam to live music and delight in food and drinks.
David Rovics' Songs of Social Significance 8 p.m. Thursday, May 31, Houston Institute for Culture, 708 Telephone Rd.
Rustle up family, friends and loved ones for an inspiring David Rovics concert 8 p.m. Thursday, May 31, at the Houston Institute for Culture, 708 Telephone Rd.
Lebanese Master Marcel Khalifé will perform the prophetic poems of the Arab World’s most renowned and beloved poet, Mahmoud Darwish, in tribute to the Arab Spring.