Filmmaker Marcus Pontello, also a social media provocateur, debuts 'Friday I'm in Love' this weekend. (photo from @marky_desade on Instagram)

THERE ARE FEW places in Houston as hallowed as Montrose's Numbers Nightclub. For nearly 50 years now, the nightclub, which started out as a risqué dinner theater in the late '70s before turning into a gay disco in the '80s and then into the dance club and live music venue it is today, has served as a safe haven for generations for Houstonian outliers and mainstreamers alike. And now, thanks to Houston-reared producer, director and fashion designer Marcus Pontello, 33, the venerated Houston nightlife staple is getting the silver screen treatment.

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Untitled (The Women Spinning Like Tops, Displaying Layer Upon Layer of Brightly Colored Petticoats, Ilave, Puno, Peru), 1939–45

A NEW EXHIBITION opening today at the Menil Collection showcases more than 40 objects from different moments of Andean history. Enchanted: Visual Histories of the Central Andes runs through Nov. 14 and is composed of works from both the museum's expansive collections and works on loan from the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Brumas (Mists), 2013

THIS SUNDAY, JULY 25, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston will present Olga de Amaral: To Weave a Rock, the first major touring retrospective of visionary Colombian fiber arts artist Olga de Amaral, who has been called an "alchemist artist" due to the experimental, genre-defying tapestries the artist is known to create, tapestries that often defy the confines of their medium due to their radical composition and use of material and space.

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