July 26th, 2011

The Look Ahead: Pho Cup’d at Bo, Departures at Jung, Q-Fest at The Fairview, Saint Arnold in Your Belly

Yeah, yeah, yeah… Tuesdays are only barely better than Mondays. We get it, but you have to get over it. There’s plenty to do to take your mind off the fact that time keeps trudging on.


Lunch with Phamily Bites at Bo Concept Houston

Where: Galleria Area [4302 Westheimer Rd., 77027]
When: Today – Tuesday, July 26th | Until 3:00PM
How much: Free + Pho
Scoop’d from: @PhamilyBites

Get Pho Cup’d… Need we say more?


Departures: Healing and Homecoming Through Acceptance and Relationship – Workshop & Film Screening

Where: Jung Center – The Museum District [5200 Montrose Blvd., 77006]
When: Friday, July 29th | 7:ooPM – Screening
When: Saturday, July 30th | 9:00AM until Noon – Workshop
How much: Screening – Free | Workshop – $60 General Admission | $50 for Jung Members
Scoop’d from: artshound.com

“Explore how fate violates our conscious intentions and shapes our world in ways we never could have imagined. The moving Japanese film Departures depicts the ways that such unexpected events reflect the Self, urging us on a journey that reunites us with our deepest nature in ways we could not have predicted. As Jung wrote, ‘[God] is the name by which I designate all things which cross my willful path violently and recklessly, all things which upset my subjective views, plans, and intentions and change the course of my life for better or worse.’”


Queerceañera: Q-Fest Kick-Off at The Fairview

Where: The Fairview – Montrose [5200 Montrose Blvd., 77006]
When: Tuesday, July 26th | 6:30PM – 8:30PM
How much: Free
Scoop’d from: @FilmHouston

“ABOUT Q-FEST: Showcasing an inspired selection of shorts and features from around the world, QFEST 2011: the 15th Anniversary GLBTQ Festival celebrates its “Queerceañera” beginning Thursday, July 28 and concluding Monday, August 1 with six centerpieces including an outdoor screening at Discovery Green of the Olivia Newton-John/Gene Kelly/ELO musical “Xanadu,” two special presentations including a 20th anniversary screening of acclaimed director Todd Haynes’ audacious feature debut “Poison” and tributes to both legendary filmmaker Kenneth Anger and legendary leading lady Elizabeth Taylor.”


Oktoberfest Bottling, Weedwacker Carbonating by Saint Arnold

Where: Soon to be in your belly…
When: Right now…
How much: Anticipation has no price…
Scoop’d from: @SaintArnold

We’re just including this one for the “oh hellllllllllz yeah!” feeling.

— The Loop Scoop


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