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Here's how Houston's museums and theatres fared during Harvey

Here's how Houston's museums and theatres fared during Harvey

Hurricane Harvey, estimated to be the second-costliest natural disaster in U.S. history, generated more than 50 inches of rain over some parts of Texas, breaking records for the U.S. mainland.

In addition to displacing tens of thousands of people and causing an estimated $75 billion in damage, flooding from Harvey affected many of Houston’s cultural institutions, especially in the city’s Theater District. The flood water compromised museum archives, caused structural damage and knocked out electricity and the Internet. How extensive was the damage? We talked with representatives and gathered...

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