New Fall Issue of CityBook Arrives Touting Identical Twin Models — and the ‘Power of Two’

CityBook Editors

THE NEW FALL Issue of Houston CityBook is hitting newsstands and mailboxes all over town now, featuring identical twin models Johnathan and John Calton. The unique cover highlights the return of one of the magazine’s best-loved recurring features: Duos.

‘Plumshuga’ Play Celebrating Life of Legendary Dancer Lauren Anderson to Bow at Stages

Chris Becker

HOUSTON CITYBOOK WASN'T the first to describe Houston ballet dancer Lauren Anderson as a legend, as we did in 2018, nor shall we be the last. And now her compelling story — a rise and fall and rise again — is a highly anticipated new show at Stages.

Here Are 5 Things to Know About the Lavish New Georgia James Steakhouse

Robin Barr Sussman

NOW THAT PATIO weather has (finally!) arrived, the rooftop terrace at newly debuted Georgia James Steakhouse is the place to take it in. The much-anticipated restaurant in the freshly constructed Regent Square mixed-use development is decidedly different than the original masculine Montrose haunt founded by chef Chris Shepherd. As reported this summer, Shepherd has departed Underbelly Hospitality.

Alto Rideshare Names Its Top Spots for Houston Restaurant Weeks!

HOUSTON FOODIES ARE out this month, and those in the know are getting from restaurant to restaurant in the rideshare service that has taken the industry by a storm.

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THE NEW FALL Issue of Houston CityBook is hitting newsstands and mailboxes all over town now, featuring identical twin models Johnathan and John Calton. The unique cover highlights the return of one of the magazine’s best-loved recurring features: Duos.

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DeQuina Moore as Poet Lauren in Plumshuga (Photo by Amitava Sarkar)

HOUSTON CITYBOOK WASN'T the first to describe Houston ballet dancer Lauren Anderson as a legend, as we did in 2018, nor shall we be the last. And now her compelling story — a rise and fall and rise again — is a highly anticipated new show at Stages.

Keep ReadingShow less
Art + Entertainment