t's Go Texan Day, and that means one thing for Houstonians: trail rides.
Thirteen trail rides from across Texas will set up camp in Memorial Park today. Tomorrow morning, they'll head downtow... More >>
According to a report from Chron.com, the NFL, after touring NRG Stadium this week, says the stadium needs up to $50 million in upgrades in anticipation of Super Bowl LI to be held in Houston in... More >>
Representatives from the United Steelworkers and Royal Dutch Shell have been arguing over a new national contract for the oil refinery workers with no success, but now it looks like the two si... More >>
There are dozens of food booths and a vast selection of tasty and downright clever things to eat at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo NOV Carnival. Why settle for a boring turkey leg when you... More >>
HPD has released a handy YouTube video that offers a basic rundown of how not to spook a cop that's decided to pull you over or detain you.
HPD Chief Charles McClelland says the department made... More >>
A Place to Bury Strangers
February 26, 2015
Thursday night, world's loudest three-piece rock and roll band made ears ring without regretting the premature acquisition of tinnitus.
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Title: The Lazarus Effect
Sum Up The Movie Using Other Movies: Pet Semetary plus Flatliners divided by Paranormal Activity
Rating Using Random Objects Relevant To The Film: One Nothing Like the ... More >>
Winner of eight 2012 Tony Awards including Best Musical, Once tells the story of a Dublin street musician "Guy" who thanks to the help of a beautiful woman "Girl" decides to continue pursuing h... More >>
Written by David Sackllah and Nathan Smith
A date that has been blacked out on the calendars of Houston's gnarliest music fans has finally arrived: Bad Ass Weekend III is here at last. Assembli... More >>
Residents of a neighborhood around Robert Clark Park in northeast Houston say at least one man has been training his dog to attack stray dogs who've made the park their home for years.
One dog ... More >>
With American Top 40 playlists dominated these days by pop tarts, hip-hoppers, alt-screamers, sensitive singer-songwriters, and boy bands, there isn't much room for straight-ahead rock and rolle... More >>
Most of us, thankfully, have no first hand knowledge of what goes through the mind of a murderer mere hours before he or she commits such a dastardly deed.
Now, we are not completely certain t... More >>
On our bar adventures about town, most of us are going out to have a good time and hoping to encounter some friendly faces. From our experience, the bars on this list meet these requirements, as... More >>
So, your band isn't listed among the many invited to play Free Press Summer Fest 2015. Is there anything that could conceivably comfort the gnawing ache in your spurned bones? Well, for starters... More >>
World's Championship Bar-B-Que Contest
NRG Park, February 27 & 28
Never mind the Hideout during the rodeo itself, but critics who gripe that the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo embraces the like... More >>
Imagine a train that could whisk you from here to Dallas in 90 minutes flat. Texas Central Railway, a private company working with a Japanese train manufacturer, wants to make that possible by 20... More >>
When it comes to off the field crime during the NFL's calendar year, 2014 will be remembered as much for Roger Goodell's questionable handling of punishment as it will be for the crimes themselves... More >>
For many, the word "horticulture" evokes memories of biology class and the geeky side of the plant world: scientific classifications, pH balances and the like. However, the Houston Livestock Show... More >>
During William Shakespeare's lifetime, there was a lot of belief among the populace that fairies and other magical beings could cast spells on you while you were sleeping, says Kim Tobin-Lehl who... More >>
TV shows aren't too different from people in at least one respect: The longer they've been around, the less interest they tend to garner. But the sixth season of FX's beloved spy spoof Archer is l... More >>
There is no more quintessential "Boston" rock band than Aerosmith. Since their formation some 45 years ago(!) they've proudly stood for everything Beantown, and even have an official city histor... More >>
Houston's own neo-classical darlings in Two Star Symphony are back with their first full-length album in three years. Seven Deadly Sins lives up to its name, exploring each of the classical trans... More >>
According to David Sax, author of Save the Deli: In Search of Perfect Pastrami, Crusty Rye, and the Heart of Jewish Delicatessen, in 1930, there were more than 3,000 Jewish delicatessens in Ne... More >>
Nobody likes the Oscars.
Maybe that's too broad an indictment, but if your only sources of feedback on the 87th Academy Awards were social media and blogs, it's easy to get that impression. 36.... More >>
There were smiles all around as five competitors gathered around two tables in the H-E-B Community Room at Bunker Hill and I-10 to create the most beautiful bentos that they could from the ra... More >>
Change can be hard, but sometimes it's for the best. Over the past few decades, you may have noticed or even been to the Baker's Ribs location at 2223 South Voss between San Felipe and Westheime... More >>