Free Tours and Events At The African American Library At The Gregory School
The African American Library at the Gregory SchoolNovember 22, 2014 10:00 AM
1300 Victor Street
Houston, TX 77019
Looking for a cool place to explore your history?
Check out the African American Library at the Gregory School. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the library showcases family programming, guest lectures, and tours. All events are free to the public. To schedule a tour or to inquire further about their services, please contact them at 832-393-1440. You can also reach them online at www.thegregoryschool.org.
Formerly known as Manitoba, Daniel Snaith now goes by the name of Caribou, whose prolific psychedelic and electronic tunes can either move you get on the dance floor, or lounge around with a drink in your hand. His wide-ranging sounds--which have evolved from minimalist electronic beats to incorporating lyrics, as in the Polaris Music Prize-winning album Andorra--bring you to moments of relaxation, or to the depths of psychedelic ecstasy: in sum, perfect for listening on your own, or in a crowded concert.
One of today's most critically acclaimed and buzzed-about American playwrights, Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Ruhl takes an innovative and entertaining look at one woman's search for meaning in all of life's uncertainties in "Late: A Cowboy Song". This funny and poignant story follows Mary, a young woman stuck in a claustrophobic marriage. Crick, Mary's passive-aggressive, macho-effeminate sweetheart since childhood, recently spent all their savings on a painting, and Mary's just given birth to a baby of uncertain gender. Then she unexpectedly meets Red, a singing female urban cowboy who opens up Mary's world.