Saturday hit the beach and watch them build. The AIA hosts its annual sandcastle competition at Galveston's east beach. Watch as architects from across the nation sculpt, carve, and create mere masterpieces with surf and sand for bragging rights on the beach.
From sand sculptures to finer works of art. Its the target first free Sunday at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. All guests get in for free.
This weekend the exhibit highlights wonderous weather with a collection of wind, rain, sunshine, sleet and now inspired pieces. Also see the classic film Singin' in the Rain.
New in music this week, the return of the multi-platinum selling Dave Matthews Band with the new album Big Whiskey and the Groo Grux King. This album's bittersweet. It's the band's first since the death of the founding member LeRoi Moore. Big Whiskey is now available for download.
New in theaters this weekend Hangover. The setting for this comedy is appropriately in Las Vegas. Three groomsmen lose their about-to-be-wed buddy during their drunken misadventures, then must retrace their steps in order to find him. The Hangover starring Cutey Bradely Cooper and Heather Graham is rated R and opens Friday.
Nia Vardalos is in her first movie since My Big Fat Greek Wedding; My Life in Ruins. The romantic comedy, my Life in Ruins, takes us to Greece among the ancient ruins, where Vardalos character rediscovers her romantic side. My Life in Ruins is rated PG-13 and also opens Friday.
39 Wrap: Sand Castles and Movies
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