Flamenco festival to feature lively music, singing, dancing

Monday, 25 May 2015 17:26 Written by
PRESS RELEASE The San Jacinto College Central Campus will host the Houston Spanish & Flamenco Festival, featuring rhythmic dancing, masterful guitar playing and percussion, and soulful singing. The festival includes performances and workshops that run from Tuesday, May 26 through Saturday, May 30 at the Dr. Monte Blue Music Building, and Slocomb Auditorium, located at 8060 Spencer Hwy. in Pasadena. Eleven public workshops throughout the festival will feature instructions and demonstrations in flamenco music, singing,…
BP Getting Credit for Gulf Tourism Boom
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:24 Written by
Orange Beach, Ala. Tourism hasn't only recovered on the Gulf Coast five years after the BP oil spill; industry officials say it's surging. And they credit fallout from the environmental disaster as being part of the reason why. BP spent more than $230 million promoting tourism after the 2010 spill, and the company aired national commercials promoting the region for years. Tourism officials say that publicity blitz boosted tourism to new levels even as questions…
U2 aims for intimacy, presence in latest tour
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:22 Written by
For U2, the lightbulb moment came in the form of an actual lightbulb. Brainstorming two years ago for a newly launched arena tour that stopped at the SAP Center here last week and will move onto the Forum for five nights starting Tuesday, the members of this venerable Irish band hit upon the idea of a stage illuminated by a single naked bulb. The image evoked Bono's childhood bedroom in Dublin, where the frontman learned…
BP Oil Spill Responsible for Gulf of Mexico Dolphin Deaths
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:11 Written by
Lesions in the lungs and shrunken adrenal glands distinguish dolphins that washed up dead in the Gulf of Mexico between June 2010 and December 2012 compared with those found in beachings elsewhere. As a result, researchers have linked the mass deaths to BP's oil spill. "The dolphins have adrenal disease and lung disease consistent with exposure to petroleum products," explains Stephanie Venn-Watson, lead author of the study published in PLoS One and veterinarian at the…
$211M Settlement With Rig Owner in Gulf Spill
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:11 Written by
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Coroner identifies HANO officer found shot to death on Sunday
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:11 Written by
The Orleans Parish Coroner's Office identified the Housing Authority of New Orleans police officer that was found shot to death in a police cruiser on Sunday in Central City. HANO officer found shot to death in Central City, police say A HANO officer
BR's 'Back to the Future'
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:07 Written by
Just sitting in a parking lot, Drew Guillory’s car attracts a thumbs-up and a few ear-to-ear grins from passing motorists. Then the camera phones start popping out. “This car will change your life,” he says. “This car” is a replica of the time machine from “Back to the Future,” which hit theaters 30 years ago this summer. And every little errand draws attention. “Just about every car you pass, there are camera phones
Bill rejection gives Jindal a campaign opportunity - The Daily Advertiser
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:06 Written by
Melinda Deslatte Associated Press staffer Melinda Deslatte poses for a photo Monday, Sept. 11, 2000, in Baton Rouge, La. (AP Photo/Bill Feig)(Photo: AP) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE By voting down a proposal to give special protections to people who oppose same-sex marriage, lawmakers thought they had put the divisive issue to bed and ended one of the major controversies of the legislative session. The defeat seemed a sharp rebuke to Gov.
Hollywood South shot film ‘Pitch Perfect 2′ still pitch slapping theaters!
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:01 Written by
LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 08: Actor Adam DeVine poses at the after party for the premiere of Universal Pictures' "Pitch Perfect 2" at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on May 8, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo
Opelousas brings Louisiana flavor to nation’s capital
Monday, 25 May 2015 17:01 Written by
A member of the Opelousas High School marching band as the band performs in the Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C.(Photo: Deborah Barfield Berry, USA Today) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE The Opelousas High School marching band marched Monday in the Washington, D.C., Memorial Day parade. (Photo: Deborah Barfield Berry) Fullscreen

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