Entertainment

Guests will see three beautifully restored automobiles: a 1922 Ford Model T Runa

One family, three generations, timeless treasures. The Stark Museum of Art presents a new exhibit titled Collecting Conversations opening Saturday, Aug. 6, at 9 a.m.

Everyone collects something. People buy keepsakes to remind them of their travels. They keep treasures to pass down through their families. Some seek objects that can teach them about the world. Others collect items that are valuable, beautiful, rare or quirky. Such “stuff” tells stories, sometimes about the objects, sometimes about the collector and often about both.

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The Galveston Historical Foundation will host the second annual Galveston Heritage Festival on Saturday, Aug. 6, from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. at Kempner Park (2704 Avenue O). Enjoy music, food and entertainment from numerous cultural groups and organizations throughout Texas while learning more about the early days of immigration through the Port of Galveston. This year’s event will also include a Sacred Places Tour that will feature five historic Galveston churches.

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Watch out, Waitr! You may have just gained some new competition.

Monday, Aug. 1, Gofer Delivery Enterprises announced the official expansion of its time-saving personal assistant app “Gofer” to Southeast Texas. Residents of the area may now place restaurant and eventually grocery, liquor and dry cleaning orders from their smart phones or computers and have them delivered to their doorstep.

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If you haven’t heard by now, Warehouse Live will host a night of electric dance music that shook the world in the early 90s featuring performances by Anything Box, T42 and Rob Rowe of Cause & Effect.

Tickets for this all ages show are $40 and can be purchased online at warehouselive.com. VIP tickets are $75 (check for availability). Doors open at 8 p.m.

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A quick polling of my pals outside the theater at the conclusion of this latest Star Trek installment revealed that the winner and still champion is the 1982 “Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.” It’s hard to beat Ricardo Montalban spewing, “… I spit my last breath at thee.” But that was then and this is now, and one of the best things this franchise has going for it is the reboot that gave Trekkes a whole new — and yes, younger — cast to enjoy.

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