Jesse Sendejas Jr.
7 days ago | Bayou City
Let’s just come out and say it: some Houston music festivals may be guilty of booking the same acts over and over again. And, they’re definitely posting up in the most familiar inner-loop green spaces. But why? Houston is a mammoth city with hundr...
12 days ago | Current Events
There's a lot to like about George Watsky's recent release, x Infinity, and most of it is what fans liked about Watsky's previous releases. In case you're not up on the burgeoning San Francisco rapper/poet/New York Times-bestselling author, his mu...
13 days ago | Bayou City
It's October in Houston, which means festivals are abundant. Many of these events celebrate certain cultures (Korean Fest; Italian Festival; Egyptian Festival); kids (LEGO KidsFest); beers (Untapped) and corsets and smoked turkey legs (Texas Ren F...
19 days ago | Bayou City
Tantalizing cuisine and intoxicating beverages draw people with diverse backgrounds together. It doesn’t matter if the drink is rakija, a strong fruit brandy from the Balkans, or a Creole sampler from Frenchy’s — if it’s tasty we’ll enjoy it, no m...
21 days ago | Bayou City
If you’re looking for unabashed homerism, the place to find it is NRG Stadium any Houston Texans home Sunday. Virile men and alluring women crowd the parking lots. They wear number 99 jerseys and grill assorted animal meat parts and show...
27 days ago | Bayou City
Our city has a long, compelling, live concert history. According to the Texas State Historical Association, the Bayou City boasted a live music venue as early as 1838, which hosted American and European artists performing opera and classical piece...