What better time than Memorial Day to remember Will Hogg, the man who founded Memorial Park? If that (and the Arboretum) was all Will Hogg gave Houston, that would rank as one of the grandest local legacies anyone has ever achieved. But Will Hogg did so much more. He founded and developed River Oa ... More >>
Sunday, the City of Houston will celebrate our fine country's independence from the Redcoats in the same way it does every single other year, with the self-proclaimed "Largest Land-Based Fireworks Show in the Nation," Freedom Over Texas. This year, the festival's blander-than-white-bread head ... More >>
The Houston Press honors three local arts groups on the city's cutting edge.
A local art-school duo sticks it to a new art space
Yves Saint Laurent has been throwing shade since he was a wee thing
Bayou Bend hosts a G-rated bacchanal
Houston remains embroiled in what to do about Memorial Park
Rich Kinder has made a cool billion dollars since leaving Enron. Now hes ready to take over the world, or at least the nearest pipeline.
Excavations for plantation artifacts - and the real truth - are unraveling the genteel gloss covering Texans' old notions about the slave era here
The Houston Symphony opens its new season without a music director, an executive director or a clear vision for the future. Only one thing appears certain: The post-Eschenbach era is going to look a lot different.
Flutist Christina Jennings poised to shine
September 3 - 9, 1998
When a church finds itself in need of a little resurrecting, who is it likely to turn to? Antonio Loro, Houston's conservator of the sacred.
Time may be up for the Ho Chi Minh Trail
MFA's one-of-a-kind home loan program
'Fraid not. A new chef and cagily chic menu prose haven't redeemed the once-fashionable Rainbow Lodge.