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Witness the Isthmus: Central Americans in Houston

Witness the Isthmus: Central Americans in Houston chronicles the livelihoods of Central American immigrants residing in Houston, Texas and their impact on society. The series documents Central Americans in their homes, places of worship and workplaces. Witness the Isthmus is funded by the City of Houston through a grant from the Houston Arts Alliance.

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They, Who Sound - Thomas Lehn / Marcus Schmickler & special guests (Mondays)

Nameless Sound and Lawndale Art Center present They, Who Sound, with different artists and performers every Monday at 7:30pm, at Lawndale The audience is immersed in electronic sound, surrounded by four speakers plus subwoofers. In the center is the “real-virtual analogue-digital” duo of Thomas Lehn and Marcus Schmickler. They don’t look to the audience. They…

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4th Friday Night Market

Also produced by the team behind the East End Farmers Market, the 4th Friday Night Market occurs monthly on the award-winning Navigation Esplanade. Featuring a rotating offering of food trucks, craft and artisan vendors, and musical entertainment, the 4th Friday Night Market is fun for the whole family! Interested in becoming a vendor? Contact Market…

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East End Farmers Market

Brought to you by the Greater East End Management District, the East End Farmers Market is open every Sunday from 10am – 2pm on the award-winning Navigation Esplanade (2800 Navigation Blvd.) in front of the historic original Ninfa’s Restaurant. Unique among Houston’s farmers markets, the East End Farmers Market blends sights and sounds, cuisine and…

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