10. CECIL'S PUB This West Gray institution is best known for its cheap drinks on Mondays and gigantic, covered patio, but its darkened, Bohemian charm and bitchin' jukebox have long made it a favorite among Montrose metalheads. Expect to hear a healthy dose of the heavy stuff inside, especially on w ... More >>
Maher's latest doesn't astound, it stupefies.
Screw the Screwdriver. For National Vodka Day (October 4), look beyond your old favorites and celebrate with something new and different ... and simple! Here are five vodka cocktails to try, each containing three or fewer ingredients. 5. Salty Dog. Though often confused and conflated with its clo ... More >>
Houston Baptist University decides the best way to grow is to start a football team for the first time in its 50-year history.
A little over a year ago, Houston Baptist University was mostly known for high academic standards and a men's gymnastics squad that achieved success in the 1980s. After a $10 million investment that helped pay for a football field, a full-fledged coaching staff and enough manpower to examine 300 a ... More >>
Despite all the Tenth Commandment strictures to the contrary, coveting the mansion next door has led millionaire executive Tony Petrello to years of depositions and lawsuits.
On Friday, Baylor regents gave a thumbs-up to the construction of a new $250-million stadium that will post up on the Waco campus and alongside the Brazos River. If Waco City Council green lights the $35 million tax increment financing zone funds that would be needed, then the 45,000-seat venue coul ... More >>
A dark, funny new work from Catastrophic Theatre goes behind the white picket fences.
Nikki Araguz: Now with e-mail proof, she saysâ€‹The fallen Wharton firefighter whose transgender widow is at the center of a nasty probate lawsuit knew about his wife's sexual reassignment surgery as early as October 2008, two months after their wedding, according to an e-mail exchange released toda ... More >>
Mustardy Musings on Life, Death and Ugly Americans
A Houston favorite gets married and tells us all about it at Stages
Former IBP players leave us wanting more
This Chekhov work isn't boring – but IBP's production is
Andrea Bowers presents life before Roe v. Wade
Hotel Pasiphae is a fascinating and bizarre collage of theater
No hipster or Christian will survive Eef Barzelay's dry rage
An abuse victim says she lied to convict her cousin 15 years ago
Illuminata's new production is as counterculture as its hero
IBP checks in with a weird play by Wallace Shawn
A show of our thoughts on the local stage scene
Take a walk through the psychedelic landscape of Symphony of Rats
Tamalalia goes West
IBP's take on the bar scene is funny but a little too cool
The Slump XXXmas Show takes irreverence to a new (lower) level
Thunderloo is funny, but not IBP's best
The Wiz's audience-friendly antics make the '70s-era musical accessible to everyone
SHSU stirred the higher-ed circles. Now the excitement has turned to exodus.
Cooper and her clever Tamalalia are cool enough to beat the heat