ONE OF YOUR FAVORITES IS HEADING TO HOUSTON!

The Arena Theatre presents Grammy Award winning Recording Group, Boyz II Men and Eric Benet on Thursday, July 2, 2009, show time 8:00p at the Arena Theatre (7326 Southwest Freeway (Between Bellaire and Fondren).

Based on record sales, Boyz II Men certified by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) as the most commercially successful R&B group of all time. Add Grammy nominated R&B singer Eric Benet to the line-up and what you’ll have is one intimate night of smooth, laid-back, mellow music at Houston’s legendary Arena Theatre.

Visit www.arenahouston.com for more details or purchase tickets at all Ticket Master outlets (www.ticketmaster.com) or the Arena Theatre Box Office 713.772.5900.

20 MILLION ALBUMS SOLD WORLDWIDE!

The Arena Theatre presents Grammy nominated recording artist, Brian McKnight with special guest artist Lina on Thursday, July 9, 2009, show time 8:00p at the Arena Theatre (7326 Southwest Freeway (Between Bellaire and Fondren).

Brian McKnight is an artist that needs no introduction. Making his debut onto the contemporary music scene in the early 90’s, Brian has deservedly earned a spot as one of the top r&b/pop balladeers of the past two decades. With 7 Platinum albums released to date and over 20 million albums sold worldwide, you won’t want to miss his return to the intimate surroundings of Houston’s legendary Arena Theatre.

Visit www.arenahouston.com for more details or purchase tickets or call the Arena Theatre Box Office 713.772.5900.










Hundreds of people showed up in downtown Houston on Friday to take place in the city’s Housing Fair. The event was put on by Houston Hope. A program designed to provide down payment assistance on affordable housing in targeted areas for those who qualify. How much are we talking about here? You could get as much as $37,000 from the city in addition to an $8,000 tax credit from the feds if you get into your home before December 1st. Lots of people attended the Houston Hope event including a lot of city workers who were also interested in the program. Not sure if they would be able to qualify. At the event: Mayor Bill White, Christopher Butler, Alvin Wright, Sue Lovell, Rev. Elmo Johnson, Rev. Manson Johnson and the list goes on. If you want more information contact the city of Houston Hope program to see if you can get some of that free money!