18 days ago | Breaking News
Jenni Rebecca Stephenson still had her job as the executive director of Fresh Arts on October 20 when she appeared on NPR’s Houston Matters and questioned statements by Museum of Fine Arts, Houston director Gary Tinterow. Hours after the program a...
1 month ago | Breaking News
Jenni Rebecca Stephenson, the longtime executive director of Fresh Arts, quit her post suddenly last Tuesday. “After seven years, I’m taking a moment to breathe,” Stephenson tells Houston Press by phone. She wouldn’t elaborate on the reason for he...
2 months ago | Environment
The first punch in the gut for Donna Harvey and Keith Copeland started around midnight Tuesday, May 26, when 18 inches of rancid water forced its way into their Meyerland home during the Memorial Day flood. The storm that led Texas Governor Greg A...
3 months ago | Sports
Inside of NRG Stadium, everything about the Texas A&M Aggies’ domination of the Arizona State Sun Devils felt like a home game at Kyle Field. Outside of the Houston Texans’ home, not so much. On Saturday night, the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff jumps...
4 months ago | Courts
In October 2007, Willie Jo Mills of Houston suffered a stroke that paralyzed the right side of her body. A widow with two daughters and a son, the 80-year-old woman was prescribed a variety of pain medications, but doctors couldn’t find the right ...
6 months ago | Things To Do
Jim Sauter and Kid Millions are an unlikely pair for a music duo. Sauter is a saxophone veteran of the long-running Borbetomagus, the sax-sax-electric guitar noise wall that’s both wonderful and horrible in the most amazing way. Millions is a youn...