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Here are 11 Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dishes great for the big Thanksgiving feast!
Don’t have any plans for Halloween? Now you do!
October 31, 2014 at 7:00 pm
114 Vintage Park Blvd, Houston, TX 77070
BEWARE: Halloween is near and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Houston has a ghoulishly good surprise!
Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Houston is showing Halloween horror classics at both its Houston-area theaters this Friday as part of its Friday Night Fright! Both Vintage Point and Mason Park theaters are inviting Houstonians to show up in their scariest ensembles.
While its encouraged everyone dresses up as characters from the frightening flicks being shown, any costume earns participants a FREE ticket to the Friday Night Fright movie! So start your costume shopping early and get ready to have a frightfully fun Friday night with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema!
September 20, 2014 – January 04, 2015 (Recurring daily) from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
1515 Hermann Drive, Houston, TX 77008
It’s the science of what’s eating you! Discover the biological wonders of creatures that eat blood through encounters with live species and interactive stations.
October 31, 2014
701 4th Street, Kemah, TX 77565
For the entire month of October, Kemah is hosting Boo on the Boardwalk where families can enjoy an array of Halloween themed activities. For the braver souls, face the dungeon of doom while the kids enjoy the Little Boo Haunted Fun house. Other attractions include pumpkin decorating, live entertainment and costume contests.
Price: Go to their website for more details. In other words, I don’t know.
October 31, 2014 from 7pm to 2am
Houston’s biggest & best Halloween event returns for its 8th year! First get your costume on, then get your drink on as the Crawl hits 12 restaurants & bars between Dunlavy & Montrose on Westheimer, including Brasil, Poison Girl, Pistolero’s, Boondocks, Stone’s Throw, Etro Lounge, Catbirds, Royal Oak, Doc’s Motorworks, Slick Willie’s, El Real Tex-Mex, and Hay Merchant, with special appearances by Koagie Hots and The Golden Grill.
As always, there’ll be no covers & no tickets, plus drink specials all night long. And prizes will be awarded for the best outfits at each stop, with a grand costume prize awarded by this year’s honorary Grand Crawler.
October 31, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Memorial Park near the rugby/soccer field parking lot
Get your spooky with BCO as we hike and slither our way through Memorial Park with our closest pals on Halloween! We will nourish ourselves afterwards with pizza and beverages, for those who make it out of the forest. Tap into your inner wolf or go all vampy on us, or come as a traditional ghoul (or, hey, wear your office attire– that could be scary enough!) Leave the bars to the zombies and join us in the woods for some quality and creepy exercise and socializing at Memorial Park.
We meet at 6:30 and depart at 7 PM sharp from the rugby/soccer field parking lot (click for map) (For you chickens out there – just come to the after-party starting around 8 PM in the rugby/soccer field parking lot).
What to Bring:
Don’t get left in the dark and don’t forget to wear walking shoes (it is a hike no matter how dead you are), a flashlight, bug spray, and a little money just in case. Open to members, guests and the public (we love fresh meat) – bring a friend or come alone, if you dare. You’ll be sure to find a devil or two to talk to. (Please no dogs at this hike).
RSVP at http://www.BayouCityOutdoors.com Additional info call 713-524-3567 or e-mail to Kelly@bayoucityoutdoors.com
¼ cup unsalted butter, softened
½ cup white sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1 ¾ cup all-purpose flour
2 tsp baking powder
2 Tbsp milk
2 Tbsp red cake-decorating sugar
20 whole blanched almonds OR 20 pieces banana chips
1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
2. Line baking sheet with parchment paper.
3. In bowl, using electric mixer, beat butter until fluffy. Gradually beat in sugar. Beat until mixture is no longer “scratchy” sounding against bowl.
4. Beat in egg, vanilla and salt.
5. In separate bowl, mix together flour and baking powder (tip for measuring flour: stir flour, spoon into measuring cup, then level).
6. Gradually beat flour mixture into butter mixture.
7. Switch to working in flour mixture with hands when dough gets too stiff to beat.
8. Knead into smooth dough. Roll into 3/4-inch thick “ropes”. Break ropes into 3-inch sections. Pat one end smooth. Dip tip of other end of each piece into milk then red sugar.
9. Place on lined baking sheet. Pressing in sides of rope to prevent flattening, insert almond or piece of banana chip into rounded end. Repeat process to make 20 fingers.
10. Bake on middle rack of oven 17 minutes, or until dough is lightly golden.
So You Think You Can Dance
According to a non-dancer (Emily Pau)
I honestly have never watched an entire episode until this review so…don’t hurt me! So, in case you all missed last week’s Top 14 performances, here is my take on the episode.
The Top 14 performed a beautiful opening number with all of the dancers dressed in gorgeous white flowing robes adorned with gold braces and crowns obviously paying tribute to the ancient Greeks. However, one of the dancers is dressed in a normal/ modern white outfit and the others perform their routine around him. The modern man is left standing in the middle with a gold-like paint on his pure white shirt as the others gather at his feet. This routine could be a symbolic tale of how the Greek gods blessed the human race with brilliant artistic skills and that this one man has been “artistically touched” by the gods. All in all it was a very interesting piece.
Team Bridget and Emilio were the first to perform that night and I have to say their routine was a little odd at first–a couple of demons on a mission from Hell to steal someone’s soul. Ok. At first their choreography looked like something out of Black Swan especially since Bridget kind of resembled Mila Kunis and I wasn’t that impressed. It wasn’t until their final product was complete that their jazzy dance moves and flashy red 1920s garb made the theme a fun and exciting dance routine!
Team Rudy and Tanisha’s stunning routine was absolutely breathtaking from beginning to end. It was a gorgeous story of seduction; it was like watching a contemporary Argentinean Tango. Rudy was definitely right when he said that you really can’t tell who is seducing whom. They were equally talented in their dancing and were perfectly synced throughout their performance. Everyone was completely wowed by their powerful choreography. That truly was an amazing routine!
Zack and Jacque, well more like “Count Zack and Lady Jacque,” were sensational with their hot vampire-ish routine. It was a wonderful twist to the Spanish Paso Doble as the judges mentioned but also seemed to give a slight nod to the dramatic American Tango. “Count” Zack did a wonderful job of being the vampire who brings the beautiful “Lady” Jacque back to life who doesn’t give in to his commanding yet enticing presence. Her striking twists and turns prove that she is just as powerful and is not easily won over by his devilish charm. Their constant battle of dominance was absolutely thrilling to watch to the point of not knowing who really “won” the battle. Perhaps it was a respectful tie…
Teddy and Emily did a great job taking everyone down the road of Broadway. Their opening moves were fantastic which wonderfully progressed to the tight leg work. It looked like it did a number on their thighs just from watching it. The couple tried their hardest to channel the flairs of Bob Fosse but considering this was a difficult routine to imitate I thought they did a decent job.
Jessica and Casey were the essence of perfection with their sweet country love story. A flawless routine that gave the judges chills with their “porch swing” turns and steady lifts. Casey did a wonderful job complimenting Jessica’s shy and gentle nature as the loving boyfriend who adores her very being. Their amazing chemistry spent “electro shocks” through the audience and judges. It was certainly a routine you would want to watch over and over again.
However, the Quick-Step styles of Carly and Serge undoubtedly possessed cat-like glides, slides and hops. Their little Charleston steps were so much fun to watch after seeing them practice so hard to perfect it. Serge and Carly were incredible as the flirty yet modest cats of the Quick-Step.
The final paring, Ricky and Valarie come together to create a slightly creepy story about a witch doctor bringing a voodoo doll to life. I was completely blown away by their insane hip-hop moves and I don’t really care for hip-hop. It was as if I could imagine puppet strings on Valarie’s arms and legs as Ricky perfectly controlled her gangling body throughout their marvelous routine.
I wasn’t too crazy about the solos except for one of two and they definitely should not have been in the bottom 6. However, I thought some of them were better dancers when they were with a partner instead of their solo. Without a doubt each of the dancers was amazingly talented, but like in anything some stand out more than others.
The seven ladies of the show performed a beautiful final routine in their fluid purple gowns. It was as if the choreographer was still using the Greek mythologies as a canvas for their stage drama. The ladies were breathtaking as they seemed to embody the world of the Muses. Even as a group, each dancer added her own special flair to the story. The seven dazzling “muses” constantly lifted each other up as if to symbolize the essence of sisterly love regardless of competition. It was a piece that could bring tears to your eyes.
Another tip of the hat to the Greeks was the final male group enactment of the seven lost souls of the sea. The men gave life to these isolate creatures of the sea with their wave-like upper body movements perfectly linked together similar to men in a row boat. Their flying jumps provided were just the right touch to give the audience the feel of a high-rolling tide sweeping them throughout the gloomy tale.
At first I really didn’t care for the show because I thought the stories were the typical “artsy” stories were everything had a meaning and unless you were a dancer you didn’t really get it. Also, I thought some of the dance routines were a little predictable in how the ladies would move their hips, thighs, bum and whatever else the choreographers wanted to emphasize.
I totally understand that dance is like that sometimes and I have to admit it’s a little fun to dance like that. But I’ve also seen dance routines where it is still sensual but respectful.
I did like how the girls were seen outside of the dance studio. They showed how many dancers led normal lives that are not constantly surrounded by dancing. One girl worked at a grocery store and another was a tomboy. I was very glad to see that!
The men were even stereotypical in the way they carried themselves because almost all of them seemed to have the same metro-sexual look. Not every male dancer is like that, that’s seems to be what Hollywood wants to portray. I know several guys who are professional dancers and who are very masculine in their dancing and stature. They are nothing like the guys on TV.
The costumes, however, were gorgeous! I wanted a couple of them but have no place to wear them.
All in all it was a fun show to watch. I didn’t like it that much after the opening number and even a little bit of the first routine but I quickly enjoyed watching the ups and downs of the show.
September 14, 2014 – October 26, 2014 (Every Sunday) from 12:00-4:00 pm
Three Dimensional Visions
17442 FM 2920 Rd, Tomball, TX 77377
Every Sunday from September 14th to October 26th we will be teaching how to make glass pumpkins (<3-4 inches in diameter). Each person gets to choose their colors, apply the color and help blow the piece. It takes about 30-45 minutes per person and your pumpkin is available for pick up starting the next business day. There is limited space so everyone must make a reservation, cost is $29 per pumpkin. You can select the time and date on our Calendar and pay for your ticket. There is one ticket per time slot so spots are limited, sign up early. If you don’t want to make your own Pumpkin you can come select one from our Pumpkin Patch. Visit our Calendar to find out the dates and times for the Pumpkin Patch events!
Price: FREE!!! Pre-made Pumpkin prices start at $25.
August 24, 2014 (Recurring monthly on the 4th Sunday) from 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM
18750 Interstate 45, Spring, TX 77373
The Market runs every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the Month •The Market features local, organic, and sustainable produce, honey, oils, and dairy •Grant Wilson, Owner of Gramen Dairy Farms, will be offering a free seminar of the benefits of raw milk, in the Conference Center at 11:00am •All MainStreet America members will receive a 10% discount on all purchases •Don’t forget to bring your coolers and reusable bags •Free parking and public restrooms available •Market will run rain or shine
Price: $15 (Check their website for more details at http://www.mainstreetamerica.com/)
September 26, 2014 – September 27, 2014 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
9701 Almeda Genoa Rd., Pasadena, TX 77075
Fall Festival & Market (Sponsored by CT Church, 9701 Almeda Genoa Rd., Houston, TX 77075) Friday & Saturday, September 26th & 27th (Friday 12pm-8pm, Saturday 9am-3pm) Outdoor Kid Zone with inflatables & fun games for the kids Food booths Live entertainment Silent auction Shopping booths Lil Tikes Parade.
September 26, 2014 – December 24, 2014 (Recurring daily)
Tuesday – Saturday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Sunday, 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
This fall, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents “CraftTexas 2014,” the eighth in a series of biennial juried exhibitions showcasing the best in Texas-made contemporary craft. Featuring 49 works by 44 Texas artists, the exhibition includes everything from sculpture, jewelry, textiles, installations, and furniture to concepts that include vernacular architecture, formal elements of design, and man’s relationship to nature. The “CraftTexas” series, which is hugely popular with visitors, provides artists the unique opportunity to have their work seen by three established jurors and included in an exhibition that seeks to broaden the understanding of contemporary craft. The show features exceptional work in clay, fiber, glass, metal, wood and mixed media.
September 28, 2014 at 2:30pm
Dudley Recital Hall
University of Houston 120 Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX 77004
Gayle Martin, piano Works by Schumann/Liszt, Shatin, Prokofiev, Schubert.
September 29, 2014 at 7:30pm
Moores Opera House
120 School of Music, Houston, TX 77004
Rob Smith, director Michelle Perrin Blair, assistant director Dan Gelok, alto saxophone Michael Horvit, composer Phillip Elder, composer Synthesis: Works by Elder, Horvit, Joyce, Lash.
It’s finally Fall and what better way to celebrate than making fun and healthy foods!
Stay tuned each week to see what new recipes we have in store for the Fall season.
A moist and delicious quick bread that is full of nutrients and perfect for fall.
Makes one standard loaf
2 cups white whole wheat flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon all spice
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1/2 cup blackstrap molasses
1/2 cup sucanat
1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce
1/4 cup coconut oil, melted, or your favorite oil to bake with
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
1 cup pumpkin puree (plain canned pumpkin, not pumpkin pie filling)
2 tablespoons unsweetened apple juice (or orange juice)
1/2 cup chocolate chips (or make it even more wholesome and use raisins or dried cranberries)
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9 x 5 inch loaf pan and set aside.
In a medium bowl, combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, and ground cloves. Set aside.
In a separate bowl, combine molasses, sucanat, applesauce, oil, eggs, pumpkin, and apple juice with an electric mixer. Add the dry ingredients and then fold in the chocolate chips.
Spoon your mixture into the prepared pan. Bake until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, approximately 45-60 minutes. (Mine was perfect after 50 minutes)
Let bread sit for 10 minutes, then turn the bread out of the pan onto a wire rack to cool completely. Don’t be afraid to have a slice while it’s still warm, though.
Nothing beats warm bread fresh out of the oven!
If you are new to Houston or are looking for a fun new restaurant, check out these amazing places!
At Bistro Le Cep, we have created a welcoming and cozy atmosphere that is naturally inspired, with the warm and rustic colors of the French countryside. The enveloping space provides both luxury and comfort.
Appetizers: Moules aux Fines Herbes (Fresh Mussels in a Wine and Garlic Broth served with Fresh Herbs); Pâté de Canard (Duck Pâté with Cumberland Sauce); Avocado Farcis aux Crustacés (Ripe Avocado stuffed with Crabmeat and Shrimp Served with fresh Watercress); Escargots à la Bourguignonne (Succulent Burgundy Snails in Homemade seven Herb Garlic Butter au Gratin).
Lunch: Lapin aux Haricots Verts (Pot Roasted Rabbit in a light Mustard Sauce with Fresh Green Beans and Buttered Spätzle); Canard à l’Orange (Half of a Roasted Duck with a Bigarade Sauce, Lentils and Red Cabbage); Crevettes Sautées à l’Aïl, garnies de Tomates Grillées (Sautéed Shrimp with Roasted Garlic Served with Grilled Beefsteak Tomato, White Beans and Fried Onions); Escalope de Saumon en Croûte de Pomme de Terre (Potato Crusted Baked Filled of Fresh Alaskan Salmon with Green Beans and Bearnaise Sauce).
Dinner: Medallion de Marcassin à l’aigre-doux (Pan Roasted Medallions of young Texas Hill Country Wild Boar served with Plum Sauce, Wild Rice, Toasted Pistachios and Seasonal Vegetables); Filet de Bœuf Financière (Tender Filet Steak wrapped with Bacon and grilled to perfection served with a Pinot Noir Reduction, Creamed Potatoes and Vegetables. 8 oz. Fillet Steak. Top it with 3 jumbo shrimp or fresh lumb crabmeat+$ 6.00 ); Crevettes Sautées à l’Aïl, garnies de Tomates Grillées (Sautéed Shrimp with Roasted Garlic Served with Grilled Beefsteak Tomato, White Beans and Fried Onions); Suprême de Volaille aux Champignons des Bois (Breast of Chicken sautéed in Olive Oil with Wild Mushrooms topped with Goat Cheese and Tomato Concasse, served with Spätzle and Fresh Green Beans)
Dessert: Crème Brûlée du Bistro Le Cep (Creamy Custard glazed with Caramelized Sugar); Fromages Assortis de la Ferme (Five imported European Cheeses with Fresh Fruit, and Crusty Bread); Mousse au Chocolat (Dark Belgian Chocolate Mousse); Sorbet aux Quatre – Fruits (Fresh Fruit Sherbet with Seasonal Berries).
The food and drink at BlackFinn is at the heart of who we are. The menu at each of our locations is as unique as the rooms that we serve it in. No matter what you’re looking for, you will find a wide variety of signature items – made fresh with local ingredients, a bit of creativity and whole lot of lovin’.
Appetizers: Mediterranean Platter (hummus, roasted tomato and feta dip, artichoke hearts, Greek olives and diced cherry peppers, served with mediterranean flatbread); Blackened Brie (served warm with ciabatta toast, sliced apples and apricot cranberry chutney. Spinach and Artichoke Dip (served warm with Mediterranean flatbread).
Entree: Cuban (roasted pork, ham, pickles, swiss and yellow mustard on toasted garlic bread); Lime Seared Salmon (seared salmon, served with rice pilaf and grilled asparagus); Kickin’ Creole Catch (seasoned and seared haddock with a sweet apple glaze, served with sweet potato mash and steamed broccoli); Shrimp and Garlic Pasta (sautéed shrimp, garlic, white wine, fresh basil, diced tomatoes and angel hair pasta in a light lemon butter sauce); 8 oz. Filet Mignon (choose your own topping like Blackfinn Style, Melted Bleu Cheese, Tuscan Tomato Basil, Hotel Butter or Cilantro Butter).
Dessert: Key Lime Pie (fresh lime custard and classic graham cracker crust, served with whipped cream and raspberry sauce); BlackFinn Hot Chocolate (fallen chocolate and peanut butter soufflé, served warm with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream and a caramel drizzle); Cheesecake (served with fresh strawberries and raspberry sauce); Funnel Fries (fairground-style, served with raspberry, chocolate and caramel dipping sauces).
Determined to recreate an atmosphere from the 1930’s, back when Tarpon swam in herds off the Texas Gulf Coast, we strive to take our customers back to a time and place that their parents and grandparents enjoyed.
Appetizers: Campechana de Mariscos (Mexican Seafood Cocktail); Texas Shrimp (4 Jumbo Shrimp wrapped in our Smoked Bacon and basted with a garlic-ginger glaze-can order as an entree as well)
Entree: The Full House (For the Oyster Connoisseur- Create Your Own Combination of 6 oysters); Swordfish (perfect with a side order of butter!); Flounder Filet; Texas Redfish (with Bacon- Wrapped Texas Quail); Halibut; Baked Stuffed Crab (3).
Dessert: Margarita Key Lime Pie (served with a mini margarita); Homemade Bread Pudding w/ Bourbon Sauce (Traditional pudding made with raisins and Granny Smith apples); Banana Cream Pie (Fresh bananas layered in dark rum with a Meyer’s whipped cream).
Looking for something new to try but don’t want the hassle?
Here is an easy , yet healthy alternative! This could even be an alternative to pizza if you think about it.
Whole grain bread
Low-fat Mozzarella cheese sliced thick
White onion slices
Turkey Bacon (optional!!)
Green onions cut up
Pretty self explanatory but here it is. Put slices of thick mozzarella on bread and put in the oven on broil. Watch it (it won’t take long) until nice and slightly brown on top and melted. Make sure it is melted. Nothing is worse than almost melted cheese. Add bacon and sliced tomatoes, white onion and green onions.
Serve with a small side salad with ranch dressing. Perfect lunch.
(Avoid eating this for dinner. Keep dinner light.)
September 04, 2014 – September 07, 2014
Friday, September 5 11:00am to 7:00pm; Saturday, September 6 11:00am to 7:00pm; Sunday, September 7 12:00pm to 6:00pm
George R. Brown Convention Center
Entering its fourth installment, Texas Contemporary continues to gain traction in relevance and size, mirroring the economics and demographics of its host city, one of the country’s fastest growing markets. This year, an anticipated 70-plus galleries will showcase original works from the most innovative and progressive international and local artists today. New participants, drawn to the fair for reasons ranging from the production quality and caliber of galleries to the increasing attendance levels, price point and overall sales.
First full weekend of every month!
free admission for Bank of America cardholders this weekend. Bank of America’s national program, “Museums on Us,” provides free admission the first full weekend of every month to 150 participating museums and venues.
In Houston area, that free admission includes the Houston Zoo, Children’s Museum of Houston and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Free admission is limited to Bank of America credit/debit card holders only, and not their children. Check museum links for hours and location.
April 05, 2014 – January 03, 2015 (Recurring monthly on the 1st Saturday) from 4:00PM – 7:00PM
Houston Socialites Club
On the first Saturday each month, join HSC for a fun, social art crawl around Houston, followed by dinner/drinks. Each month will feature a different art cluster/neighborhood, and includes these old favorites: Gallery Row, Montrose, Rice, Upper Kirby, Heights, to name a few. For couples and singles over 30.
May 03, 2014 – May 02, 2015 (Recurring monthly on the 1st Saturday)
11-6 Sept – May
548 W. 19th Street, Houston, TX 77008
First Saturday Arts Market is a monthly outdoor fine arts event featuring the works of dozens of visual artists. Located in the Historic Houston Heights by Gen’s Antiques at 548 W. 19th St. at Lawrence St., the market showcases paintings, sculpture, photography, jewelry and handcrafted items. Bring the entire family and come enjoy the great outdoors, live music and delicious fare from some of the area’s best gourmet food trucks.
Saturday, September 06, 2014 at 7:30-9:30 pm
Sugar Land Town Square
Don’t miss the Timewarp Classic Concert Series featuring music from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Catch the double feature with Already Gone (Eagles Tribute) and Abbey Road (Beatles Tribute) Bands.
September 06, 2014 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
West Houston Airport, Hangar B-5
18000 Groschke Rd, Houston, TX 77084
The Houston Wing of the Commemorative Air Force invites you and your family, friends or group to visit our Hangar and tour our WWII Museum on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. Get up close to our Wing’s 5 flyable WWII military aircraft. Go inside a WWII Paratroop aircraft and climb into the cockpit of a WWII trainer. Our hangar is located at the West Houston Airport 2 miles north of I-10, just east of Barker Cypress on Groschke Rd. (For detailed directions go to: www.houstonwing.org) The Commemorative Air Force is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, restoring and flying military aircraft so that younger generations can appreciate the role of military aviation through history in the defense of our country and the preservation of our liberties.
Saturday, September 06, 2014 from 2:00 pm-6:00 pm
Bayport Cruise Terminal
4700 Cruise Road, Pasadena, TX 77586
During the festival, attendees will be dazzled by many exciting and educational activities and attractions ranging from tours of the M/V Sam Houston Vessel, a tug boat tug-of-war, an interactive antique fire truck, toy sailboat games, face painting, treasure hunts and much more.
Additionally, historic Houston Ship Channel movies and exhibits will educate festival goers about the importance of the ship channel and the port. The daily traffic of the ship channel will serve as the festival’s lively backdrop. A variety of food, beverages and treats will also be available.
Parking will be accessible on site and a shuttle service will run to and from nearby parking areas.
August 31, 2014 – November 30, 2014
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
1001 Bissonnet Street, Houston, TX 77005
Drawn from the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Shadows on the Wall: Cameraless Photography from 1851 to Today presents 50 evocative images created with light and chemistry but without the use of a camera.
Price: Free on Thursdays and $15.00 and you can see the Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English Country House exhibit for free!