Art Car stalwarts employ time, energy and creativity to bring their new creations to life. Oh, and scrap metal comes in handy too.
Less than three weeks ago, Shauna Michelle Richardson was charged with DWI after she reportedly passed out repeatedly while attempting to order and pay for a meal at a McDonald's drive-thru. Since she had two prior convictions, Richardson, 35, was charged with a felony. She also had her four-year-o ... More >>
Looking for booze, babes and beach parties on Galveston Island
Anamaris Cousins PriceThe Hill - Bellville, TXBellville is roughly about 60 miles from the Westchase area, an hour day trip worth every minute. As with most little towns, it is quaint and quiet, moving at a pace unfamiliar to us city slickers. There's a town square, an original unlike the rep ... More >>
Liz (perspicacious.org)City Hall Farmers MarketThe local and sustainable food movement is not a new one, but for the last few years the interest here in Houston has grown as more and more chefs and restaurants have really begun to prominently feature and use local foods. The term "local" is s ... More >>
On April 7, the 14th Court of Appeals just might have brought closure to one of the longest-running and ugliest land disputes in modern Texas history. The case of Theresa Elizabeth Trojacek and Ronald David Ludwig vs. the Estate of Magnolia Kveton features bigamy, a May-December romance, greed, spou ... More >>
Katy High School was going to play against a Florida team on national TV. Now all it had to do was find a way to win again.
Former country superstar. Now starring in a courtroom near you.
The MS 150 is a war zone, one activist claims
A state program was supposed to give moms a safe place to drop off unwanted newborns. Then why are so many babies still ending up in the trash?
Marshall Ball can't talk. So he listens to God. Everyone else listens to Marshall.
Should taxpayer dollars help prosecute a reporter with a big mouth and inoperable cancer?
A midlevel city attorney's ruling causes months of angst in the Heights over who has the rights to that land behind the back fences
The Confederate House feeds us on what Houston was -- for better and worse