Who gets under our skin?
Musician, author, couture designer, model -- Courtney Love is trying to do it all.
Songs are like babies. Some of them drop into the world with barely a push, while others require yanking out with a wicked set of tongs after a long labor. Generally the latter is more common than the former, which is why any musician worth his or her salt carries around some sort of notebook to kee ... More >>
Vintage Texas: Top Texas wine writer and Houstonian Russ Kane weighs in this week with his Top Texas Wines of 2011. In the first installment, he reveals five of the ten, including a few from wineries we don't always see in year-end lists of favorite labels from Texas. Russ's new guide to Texas wi ... More >>
Caesar salad cupcakes: Where is your god now?"We worked on these for two days straight," laughed Jody Stevens as she proudly displayed a cupcake garnished with a romaine lettuce leaf. Stevens and her partner, fellow pastry chef Rebecca Masson, were in inhospitable waters on Friday night as th ... More >>
Tilda Swinton's got to be free in I Am Love.
Hala DaherHala Daher is stuck in Paris. Sure, she's staying at her aunt's house in the 4th arrondissement, steps away from the Louvre and the Centre Pompidou. And it's a step up from Beirut, where she was previously stranded until she hustled her way onto a flight from Lebanon to France a few ... More >>
Il Duce's scorned secret first wife gets hers in Vincere.
Yesterday, we shared the vision of urbanist and blogger Andrew Burleson, who dreams of a Houston in which we dress for the weather at all times, even at work. It's his view that this would lower energy costs and immensely improve civic life overall.He thinks we could begin with a Dress For The We ... More >>
Andrew Burleson hates wearing dress clothes. He also believes this cultural hangover from our distant European ancestry costs too much money, is completely illogical and ruins much of Houston's social life for about half of the year."In the summer if you're dressed for work and you go outside it' ... More >>
Ouroboros makes for dramatic, provocative, fascinating theater
A new excuse to go to the Galleria and play dress-up
A wage dispute mars memories of the late Judy Lunn
Calling all players to the Pimps-N-Ho's Ball
Music Mayhem, Poisoned Pooch, In the John
Houston blues-rocker Tony Vega has traveled a mighty hard road
HGO's production of Nabucco may make you forget about Verdi's other historical opera
Quiet, intellectual John Bloom transformed himself through his alter ego, Joe Bob Briggs, into a drive-in-movie critic on TV. Now a new character is emerging: John Bloom himself.
In family court, Judge Annette Galik presides over divorce and custody cases where sex, lies and videotape are part of everyday evidence and testimony. Now the face on the videotape is her own.
In Barbara Kopple's documentary, Woody Allen plays Woody Allen
A single painting encapsulates the artist's gadfly influence