My view of the film Bottle Shock was partially obscured by a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton, but it didn't really matter, because there were five wine glasses before me waiting to be filled. At the kick-off event for the 11th Annual Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair, the intent was to recreate the pivotal ... More >>
The Houston Press is presenting a series of posts leading up to a feature story in the print edition of the 100 Things to Do in Houston Before You Die. Each blog post contains one of our top 10 bucket list items along with nine others in the top 100. To narrow our list, we only chose items unique to ... More >>
I wasn't really in a very good mood on Sunday. Taking the Daughter With One F out of the house so the wife can study for nursing school is my task every weekend, and though my daughter is an angel, I would remind you that so was Lucifer. It's too hot to play outside except to swim, and the rain der ... More >>
Photos courtesy of Houston Livestock Show & RodeoJason Aldean Reliant Stadium March 20, 2011 You can tell everything you need to know about Jason Aldean by looking at his steel guitarist's forearms Sunday. First, he had a steel guitarist. Of the handful of Rodeo acts Aftermath saw this year ... More >>
"Dynasty and Divinity" gives us the art of ancient Nigeria.
Popular lesbian bar Chances is done.
In time for summer, the park's had a facelift.
Houstonians have long-lamented the dearth of restaurants in the Museum District. In other cities, such destination neighborhoods have plenty of dining action but not in Houston. Instead, the nation's capital for restaurant saturation has a surprising lack of dining options in close proxi ... More >>
You have just a few shopping hours left, but if you still haven't done all of your Christmas shopping, Hair Balls has a few suggestions. Aquarium World Yeah, walking in with a goldfish in one of those little plastic bags might be really lame, but the folks at Aquarium World can hook you up with a re ... More >>
Jay Francis prepares to wolf an Ethiopian chili taco. Misir wot is an extremely spicy dish that food explorer Jay Francis calls “Ethiopian chili.” It’s a vegetarian stew of split lentils simmered in red chile sauce with ginger and garlic. I watched Francis spread a huge serving of the stuff o ... More >>
At the MFAH and the HMNS, it's all about the bottom line
Photogs and reviewers cruise each other at the Meeting Place
Lee High School dropped football, deciding golf was a better sport for its kids, no matter how poor or new to this country they might be
American history as seen through the clothes of little girls
The Creepy Creeps family defends its monstrous homestead
Motorcycle rally comes to Galveston
Ten people have been shot on the Richmond Strip since May. And this is where we want to send thousands of Super Bowl fans?
Kids learn to respect noble beasts at horse camp
Get your drink on and your hair done -- all at once
Kelly Gale Amen creates art with fire
Houston Museum of Natural Science
April 1-7, 1999
March 4 - 10, 1999
February 18 - 24, 1999
February 11 - 17, 1999
December 10 - 16, 1998
October 8 - 14, 1998
Redesigning Hermann Park so it's not just isolated compounds for special interests