Chances are that if you're heading downtown for a night out at the opera, or the symphony or the Alley, you're not simply grabbing McDonald's on your way -- you want to make an evening of this, as well you should.
Many restaurants have done away with theater menus, meaning you'll have to order judi ... More >>
Pearl Jam lead singer and everything advocate Eddie Vedder pulls into Houston today for a two-night stand at Jones Hall, making up two shows he had to cancel back in the spring due to injury. Singer-songwriter Glen Hansard will also be on hand to open both shows, and he even helps out Vedder on a fe ... More >>
The Houston Chronicle has a terrific story on an empty underground reservoir near Buffalo Bayou.
The large space -- about one and a half football fields -- features 25-foot ceilings supported by slender columns, with entry and exit limited to a trap-door at the surface.
The Buffalo Bayou Partnersh ... More >>
Photos by Groovehouse / Click here for a slideshowIf you couldn't figure out by the first song - a corny calypso rendition of "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!" - that the Gay Men's Chorus of Houston's A Twisted Holiday was going to be delightfully tongue-in-cheek, you probably had no business ... More >>
This is how we want to remember you, Kenny.Kenny Rogers brings his vast collection of hits and the plastic-surgery disaster he calls a face to Jones Hall to perform with the Houston Symphony tonight, and obviously Rocks Off's extremities are sweating profusely in anticipation. Not because he c ... More >>
We remember when we first saw a picture of Flight of the Conchords - playing tonight at Jones Hall - we thought, "Now those guys look funny." That was a compliment, because with many comedy acts, you can tell they're terrible just by looking at them. Turns out you can judge a book by its cover; that ... More >>
Rocks Off just got word from AEG Live that Friday night's "Unwigged & Unplugged" acoustic show, featuring original Spinal Tap members David St. Hubbins, Nigel Tufnel and Derek Smalls, has been moved from Jones Hall to House of Blues. Mysteriously, no reason was given, but shows never seem to mo ... More >>