In 1904, Houston's base ball team couldn't find a home base.
For most local sports fans, baseball history begins with the Astrodome. Mention the old exploding scoreboard, beer-hawkers and their cries of "Coldest foam in the dome!" and Jose Cruuuuuuuuuuz and you're sure to bring a tear of nostalgia to many a forty- and fiftysomething. And there are those crot ... More >>
Wine and beer lovers, now is your time. This weekend, the inaugural Houston Wine Fest kicks off at Sam Houston Park starting on Saturday, September 25, at noon and continues through Sunday evening. A $35 one-day ticket gets you a glass and five tasting tickets, while a $65 two-day pass gets you 10 ... More >>
This art exhibit comes straight from the vaults of Russian museums to downtown Houston
Hair Balls was excited to learn that Kraft Foods (specifically Kraft Macaroni & Cheese) is a frontrunner in the race to sponsor the implosion of Texas Stadium. Actually, we were first awestruck to learn about it, because we didn't think you could sponsor the destruction of buildings unless you l ... More >>
© David Nathan-Maister and Oxygenee Ltd.Although it's taking place next month, spots will fill up quickly for Absinthe: Revealed, so we're doing you a favor by telling you about it now. On December 5 at 7:30 p.m., Avant Garden will be hosting a "celebration of tastings and truths" about o ... More >>
A FotoFest exhibition displays a palpable sense of history "Western China,1934–1939""The Northern Front, The Anti-Japanese War, 1937–1946""The Cultural Revolution, 1965–1975"
How a Montrose romance turned into memories of the CIA, things that go bump in the night ... and an eternal commitment.