Looking back on the year in movies, and what's coming in 2012.
HGO's Ariadne, an opera about opera, is both serious and funny.
I was first introduced to Flying Dog Brewery's Raging Bitch Belgian Style IPA at Petrol Station. The bartender had been talking up a bunch of double IPAs, but changed gears slightly when I mentioned that I'm not the biggest hop-hound in the world. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate a good India ... More >>
Paul Haggis shows no improvement.
Ever wonder which of your favorite bands are named after movies? So have we. So we went out and did a little bit of research. BANDS NAMED AFTER ACTUAL MOVIES My Bloody Valentine: The seminal shoegaze act took their name from a low-budget 1981 horror movie about a guy who really, really hat ... More >>
Photo by CaDeltaFotoBaltimore's skyline: Much nicer than one would anticipateThis week Anthony Bourdain headed to Baltimore, Buffalo and Detroit, or, as he called them, "fucked up cities I kinda love." The episode was light on snark and heavy on pathos and snowscapes of abandoned structures. ... More >>
DiverseWorks celebrates its 25th anniversary with two exhibits
The Elder Street Artist Lofts sold itself as a place for artists to live and work. So where are all the artists?
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Terry Gilliam returns, with no one but himself to blame
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, '05 may be a pleasant surprise.
New places, faces and ideas have transformed Houston's theater scene
With archaic and self-serving laws, reforms don't come easy for the Texas booze industry
The weirdo auteur drives morbidly toward his own money shot in The Brown Bunny
Deadpan irony is the rule in this triumphant high school geek comedy
Golden Palace is Houston's top weekday dim sum destination
Was Terry Gilliam the man who killed Don Quixote?
Hispanics search for the origins of their unique faith that fuses Jewish tradition with the celebration of Christ
A light romantic comedy explores second chances
Ten days of alternative films roll out with Get Real
Infernal Bridegroom takes an enchanting trip down Tennessee Williams's Camino Real
Don Quixote returns, as Rachel Beard says good-bye
Children's theater is alive, well and thriving in Houston