This hole-in-the-wall has lines out the door.
Saving Mr. Banks mansplains, Disney-style.
Houstonians know their food, and they sure do get around. Take the thirteen members of the Sushi Club of Houston who recently ventured to Japan with Carl Rosa, president of the club, for the trip of a lifetime. Rosa led the group through six cities, including Narita, Tokyo, Mishima and Kyoto, for ... More >>
Sushi Club of Houston President Carl Rosa has taken Houstonians to Japan since 2007. Rosa takes three groups throughout the year to visit the beautiful land of Japan, tour areas you won't find in a typical traveler's guidebook and taste the best cuisine Japan has to offer. In August, a group of 16 ... More >>
Chris Nemoto Zushi Japanese Cuisine 5900 Memorial Drive 713-861-5588 www.zushihouston.com This is the first part of a three-part chef chat series. Look for Part 2 and Part 3 in this space Thursday and Friday. Last month, I visited Zushi Japanese Cuisine for the first time, enjoying one of the best ... More >>
Mai PhamAkaushi short ribs, truffle sukiyaki glaze, Boucheron goat cheese mousseSoma Sushi is probably better known as one of those trendy restaurants. It's nestled in the heart of the Washington corridor at the Shepherd intersection, making it the perfect pit stop for some nosh before a nigh ... More >>
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston celebrates the 50th anniversary of Ishimoto Yasuhrio's landmark book
Ah, the circle of life. Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end. And other cheesy songs... When one restaurant in Houston closes down, it seems that another, eerily similar restaurant is waiting in the wings to take its place. 55 Degrees Wine Bar (7316 Louetta) closed this week, d ... More >>
The Only One
This Nagasaki indie rock group is gathering fame in the US
Without U.S. participation, the first-ever global-warming treaty was doomed to only partial success. Will Bali be better?
Skeptical environmentalist Bjørn Lomborg questions the Kyoto Protocol's effectiveness
The Kyoto Accord began the race to halt global warming. On its tenth anniversary, why are we barely past the starting gate?
FotoFest takes on "The Earth"
Santiago Cucullu has been to the Biennial and back
Cheap heating bills! Great gardens! Thriving civilizations! In energy-crazed Houston, friends of greenhouse gases abound
Friday, March 1
The "widow of John Lennon" deserves a spotlight of her own
Kaneyama Japanese Restaurant
Peter Greenaway's latest erotic treatise zestfully crosses boundaries both cultural and intimate
July 23 - 29, 1998