Sharpstown International Teacher is Featured Artist

There truly is some top talent in Southwest Houston. As noted in the piece from UH, a Sharpstown International teacher has an exhibit at the Blaffer Art Museum through the end of the month. Congrats! The Blaffer Art Museum has debuted the second installment of its exhibition series, “Window into Houston,” featuring artist Patrick Renner and high school students enrolled in Blaffer’s Young Artist Apprenticeship Program.Renner, a native Houstonian and teacher at Sharpstown International Grades 6-12 School, leads the Blaffer

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Houston’s Best Hidden Neighborhood

Well those of us who live in the neighborhood already know this, but we are indeed a hidden gem. While the new “best of” list will be out soon, don’t forget that the Houston Press named Sharpstown as Houston’s Best Hidden Neighborhood for 2010. While everybody else is jumping on the Westbury bandwagon, you’d be wise to check out Sharpstown, which is less a “hidden” neighborhood than it is one that’s undervalued and underrated.

Sharpstown International School Open House

Sharpstown International School held an open house on September 8th and they were kind enough to record the intro in High Def and post it on Vimeo. Our neighbor, R. Flores, just graduated from the new school and he is one sharp dude. I think we’ll see some impressive things from this new school. Best of luck! 110908 Open House for the 2011-2012 School Year from Sharpstown International School on Vimeo.

St. Agnes Academy refiles nightclub lawsuit

It appears the lawsuit that St. Agnes Academy filed against numerous parties, and subsequently dropped, has been refiled. No lengthy comment from the Attorney for SAA, but it seems to be the exact same suit. has more: St. Agnes takes another shot Remember the lawsuit St. Agnes filed and then dropped to thwart the opening of a bar near its new athletic fields? The all girls private school refiled the lawsuit last week against the City of Houston, the

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