Public Image Ltd. Scout Bar November 2, 2012 Not many shows remind you that sound has actual, physical mass, but Public Image Ltd. sure did Friday. Mass, as in something tangible and discernible, with density and volume. Especially volume. But don't count out density. Yes, I'm talking about some ... More >>
Each Wednesday, Rocks Off arbitrarily appoints one lucky local performer or group "Artist of the Week," bestowing upon them all the fame and grandeur such a lofty title implies. Know a band or artist that isn't awful? Email their particulars to email@example.com. This week, the perfectly ... More >>
Grass carp: You're fired!!When Lake Conroe began to be overrun with the harmful plant hydrilla, Texas officials had the answer -- they brought in a bunch of grass carp to eat that stuff up. The carp performed admirably: The lake is now essentially free of hydrilla, Texas Parks and Wildlife s ... More >>
Houston's history is dotted with albums that, fairly or not, have been swept aside. We'll examine them here. Have an album that you think nobody knows about but should? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. You know RoderickVONN. He's the other guy from JUZCOZ (the one that doesn't kind of look like ... More >>
Tam VoWe continue our visit with Chef Jamie Zelko by discussing the her bistro's ambiance and some of her many hidden talents. EOW: So let's talk about your restaurant. I see some aged wood and old photographs. Tell me about your inspiration for the ambiance. Zelko: Well the wood on the ... More >>
HBO drama didn't celebrate Houston as best-est place.
Wily criminal minds never sleep. Luckily for the forces of good and justice, neither do the dedicated men and women of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.Robby Rose, 45, a competitive fisherman from Garland, was playing (fishing?) in a bass tournament in Rockwall County last October. Appar ... More >>
The future of the best beef in America may depend on a herd in East Texas
Bass kills and lesions on fish worry Sam Rayburn anglers. So does the state's plan to lower the lake's pollution standards.
The life-suffocating Salvinia molesta has entered Texas waterways. It's green, fast and deadly.