Back in June Rocks Off brought you Houston's ten best music photographers, as selected by a small panel of insiders and professionals. Now we'd like you readers to choose the best. Before voting opens, though, here's a little more about our finalists, in alphabetical order -- and a lot more of their ... More >>
A photographer who has decided to take a panoramic view of the world, a choreographer and a group of musicians are this year's winners.
"EDM has the power to make people profoundly happy. And if those good vibes are trickling down to the kids, well, that's alright." - Katie Bain, LAWeekly Life is all about creating opportunities that will allow you to follow and achieve your dreams, however difficult, weird, or seemingly impossible ... More >>
Snapshots from the photography biennial.
Hispanic Heritage Month started yesterday and if you didn't notice, we're betting you do today since the majority of Latinos in U.S. will be celebrating 16 de Septiembre -- Mexican Independence Day.Maybe you missed it because no other month-long celebration begins in the middle of the month. Yes ... More >>
We all know artistic duo Dan Havel and Dean Ruck from their smash-hit Inversion installation at Art League Houston in 2005. Now, in conjunction with the new "No Zoning" show at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, they've created a project called Give and Take. But we're not allowed to tell you its ... More >>
We've loaded up a slideshow of select images from Chuy Benitez's show at Lawndale Art Center. The images present panoramic views of local Latinos, and they're a tad too wide (ahem, the images, not the locals) for our slideshow tool to do them justice. All the more reason to see the show in person. - ... More >>
Chuy Benitez goes round and round with his series of panoramic photographs
Local photographers hawk their wares
Project Row Houses takes a new look at social issues