Woman launches innovative ad campaign in Houston.
In April 2012, the Houston Press's cover was adorned with a unicorn and the title "Fantasy Land." The story focused on a possible amusement park being built in New Caney and the financial funny business that surrounded the project. According to a report from CultureMap, the crazy project called Eart ... More >>
Trouble keeps following the infamous Midtown dance club like a cloud.
UPDATE (Monday, 5:45 p.m.) Cade Michals is a spokesman for Rich's Sacred Ground, not a partner. No doubt this is not the way Rich's wanted to celebrate its 30th anniversary this year. The most recent tenants of the long-running and equally star-crossed Midtown dance club closed their doors Friday w ... More >>
To the media outed by the gun owner: You had it coming.
Houston's fabled Irishman dies.
The epic decision has been made: The DC comic hero who is coming out of the closet is....the Green Lantern. Or should it be the Chartreuse Lantern, amirite. know what I'm sayin'? Of course, the Green Lantern was on our list of six top candidates to be given The Gay. Here's our analysis from Craig ... More >>
Cops say she raped, sexted 14-year-old girl
Will plead insanity
Readers write us regarding illegal game rooms.
This car is a chick magnet, if you are also a chick.Last week there weren't too many reports to work with; this week, for some reason, there are enough health inspections online to focus on individual parts of town and not run out of material. So this week's roundup will spotlight the Heights ... More >>
Readers on the cutting of career-based programs at HISD.
The men who love pseudo-women
Readers respond to Ryan MS racism allegations
The above mixtape touts Missouri City's DJ Buddha, as a "Hustler to the End," but HPD thinks he may have been hustling a little too much. Buddha was involved in a bizarre chain of events in the wee hours of Wednesday morning. It began as, according to the associate of Trae the Truth, he was ... More >>
So THAT'S what they did with all the oil-coated octopi they fished out of the Gulf.Welcome back to the weekly roundup here at Eating Our Words, where THE SPICE MUST FLOW. We started the week off by getting some terrible tapas in the Arcade Fire's least-favorite Houston suburb, the Woodlands. ... More >>
How 'bout this heat? Houston has been going through an unprecedented heat wave. Highs have been five degrees above normal for August, with lows only dipping down into the low 80s at night. We've had a heat advisory pretty much every day this month, with heat indexes (the "feels like" part of ... More >>
And viewers of our chef tats piece weigh in on the ink.
Houston Press readers weigh in
Highlights from the Blog at HOUSTONPRESS.COM
How many times have you wished you had your own drumset, so you could bust out a rim shot every time your buddy says something outrageously funny, like "Get-r-done!"? Well, one Houston man is trying to turn that dream into reality. Glen Jackson, a 48-year-old refinery worker, recently patented the ... More >>
A Long Way to Go
El Paso Senator Eliot Shapleigh is worried about the country's obesity epidemic. He has seen the horrid results of unchecked waistlines - diabetes, heart disease, guest spots on Jerry Springer. So he recently authored a bill that would ban trans-fats in Texas restaurants starting in 2010. Shapleigh ... More >>
HISD has the world's busiest sniffer dog
Under His Skin
The Chron tries to stay, uh, abreast of circulation counts
A Sixth Ward lesson in adapting to a changing environment
Plus: Been There, Din That; No Smut Glut; Cursory Check
Plus: Movie Props, Blame the Magnets, Crossed Out