7 days ago | Film and TV
Have you seen “Straight Outta Compton” yet? If not, don’t tell anybody. The N.W.A. biopic is shaping up to be the biggest movie of the summer, reeling in more than $60 million on its opening weekend. The film is set to mow down the competition thi...
11 days ago | Concerts
Neurosis, Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, Pinkish Black, krvshr Warehouse Live August 16, 2015 Opportunities to catch Oakland post-metal icons Neurosis have been few and far between in Houston. Never much given to massive North American tours, it had...
15 days ago | Bayou City
Well, folks, the rumors are true: Fitzgerald’s, the infamous and beloved rock and roll dive on White Oak Boulevard, is closing. Just not for very long. A month or so of downtime is all the rickety old joint will need — at least, that’s the cu...
18 days ago | Concerts
Bayou Doom Fest III Fitzgerald’s August 8, 2015 Fitzgerald’s, the beloved old music hall on White Oak that’s been the subject of much speculation of late, is typically nobody’s idea of a cool and placid retreat. It’s loud, it’s rickety and frankly...
21 days ago | Houston Music
On Saturday, the third annual Bayou Doom Fest takes over Fitzgerald’s, featuring downtuned metal disciples from across Houston and Texas unleashing hell on both of the historic music hall’s indoor stages. Local doom-meisters Project Armageddon, Sa...
29 days ago | Metalocalypse
This Saturday, the Woodlands Pavilion figures to climb fairly high in rankings for hottest place on planet Earth. Not only will it be the first, sweltering day of August — every Houstonian’s most dreaded month of summer — but none other than the m...