Houston Babylon, the feature that came out yesterday, dissects a few of the creepiest and most chilling events in Houston history. In coming up with four of those tales, we stumbled over many more -- too many to fit the print edition. All this week we'll bring you some extra, online-only stories. ... More >>
Murder, tacos and Perpetual HelpMan, there has been a lot of water under the bridge since David Beebe and I last undertook a Sole of Houston stroll in December of 2008.For my part, there was a divorce, massive weight loss, and the ditching of pretty much all my vices. As for Beebe, the supe ... More >>
Irma's Mexican Restaurant is, according to owner Irma Galvan, "just a little hole in the wall," but its built a reputation that's won her the prestigious James Beard Foundation America's Classic award last year. Galvan spoke to Eating Our Words about her participation in the today's Movies Ho ... More >>
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Jose Medellin is probably in Hell, if you believe in that sort of thing, and we're not sure how good the Internet service is down there. (We're guessing they use Comcast, though.)Medellin was executed in August by Texas after being convicted of the murder of 16-year-old Elizabeth Pena.His execution ... More >>
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston screens the newest by Alfredo De Villa, the next great American drama master
Margie Hill goes home and CPS learns about directory assistance
Margie Hill got sick, became a ward of the county and was moved to a nursing home. Son Marvin wants her back home. But she can't get out.
A Houston attorney who specialized in saving killers' lives couldn't handle his own. So he took it.
Four years after his daughter's murder, Bob Carreiro crusades to bring criminals to justice and peace to lives wrecked by crime. But to the family who shared his tragedy, he shows no mercy.
In Lone Star, a modern border town confronts race, murder and history
Judge Bill "Roy Bean" Harmon grandstands a murder trial -- again