Houston is "Crazy In Love" with drag performer Tyoncé Moore.
When Ty Moore heard Destiny Child's first radio single more than a decade ago, a unique kind of love was sparked -- one that would take the young Houstonian to the far lengths of fandom and straight into a personal limelight of dedicated idolatry. Today, Moore spends a substantial chunk of her life ... More >>
Houstonians love food. Dining out is one of our favorite pastimes, and we embrace it like it's the official sport of Houston. We are a city of "foodies," and thanks to us, the restaurant industry is thriving. Unfortunately, this insane love of food has also spawned a culture of restaurant monsters ... More >>
Wine & Food Week in The Woodlands is back again with a bountiful assortment of wines and food concoctions from outstanding chefs. Starting Monday, June 3, until Sunday, June 9, anyone can attend the variety of events centered on wine (of course), food, socializing. Constance McDerby, alongside her ... More >>
It's been a while since any widespread layoffs at the Houston Chronicle, partly because there aren't enough people left to stock a widespread layoff. The empty desks at 800 Texas just got a little emptier, as two of the paper's mainstays -- business columnist Loren Steffy and investigative reporter ... More >>
A tip for any future suitors of Paige Parkerson, whether it's in prison or not: Go big on Mother's Day. Beaumont police say Parkerson killed her fiancé early Monday after the two "had been arguing over the Mother's Day holiday. The Beaumont Enterprise says the mother of victim Clifton "JR" Barkin ... More >>
Nutty Jerry's in Winnie has been doing a great job bringing in legacy acts like Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Guess Who, Mickey Gilley, Ronnie Dunn, and Blood, Sweat and Tears. But the club really got our blood pumping when they booked the Cajun wildman, Jo-El Sonnier, who plays the club Satu ... More >>
Dr. Roger Wood and James Fraher serve up another heaping helping of Houston music lore
Friday, October 14, at the Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival, Downtown Square, Conroe, 832-298-4161.