Ever since Thomas Eric Duncan arrived in Dallas from Liberia and was confirmed as the first case of Ebola on U.S. soil at the end of September, there's been a strange evolution going on both about Duncan's case and about how prepared the United States was for its first Ebola case. The basic story ... More >>
Houston is a city of constant evolution and rebirth. And I think more than anything else, the ever-changing landscape is what defines this city for me. Houston seems to continually be in a state of flux, modernizing or reinventing parts of its past in favor of newer development. This cycle of rene ... More >>
Walter Mitty is an uplifting crowd-pleaser.
Love it or list it.
Johan Schuster Charivari Restaurant 2521 Bagby 713-521-7231 www.charivarirest.com This is Part 2 in a three part Chef Chat series. You can read Parts 1 here and Part 3 in this same space on Friday. EOW: When did you start cooking? JS: I've been doing this for 34 years. We were three brothers ... More >>
Whether it's a coupon-clipping, back-to-nature guy escaping the rat race, or someone certain we're on the brink of war or a future in which Barack Obama has taken away our guns, preppers are ready. The rest of us, maybe not so much.
Check out even more of our RenFest pictures gathered up as we wandered the grounds on Friday. This is it, the final countdown. With two days left in RenFest season for this year, it's today and tomorrow to haul yourself up to the fields south of Plantersville, lace yourself into a bodkin, loin clo ... More >>
Benjamin Patterson gets his due as Houston goes avant-garde.
When NASA employee April Evans questioned animal experiments, her career fell apart.
On a recent trip to the El Bolillo Bakery in Houston I snapped a random picture of birthday cakes stacked high on a rolling cart. Later that day when I downloaded the pictures to my laptop, I noticed the salutation on one of the cakes -- "Feliz cumpleaños Darwin." Darwin? You don't hear about man ... More >>
Remember Green Acres, about a chic New York wife who gets carted off to live in the country? The Unlikely Lavender Queen: A Memoir of Unexpected Blossoming is like that, but without Arnold the pig. Oh, and Lavender Queen is true. Jeannie Ralston ended up in Texas Hill Country as part of a deal she ... More >>
Chatterley adaptation makes the orgasmic organic
Heads you lose, tails you lose
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
They'll scare the crap out of you
KTRH's shouter has a hissy fit
Rock memoirs take us behind the music
Sigrid Sandström brings arctic splendor to Inman Gallery
FotoFest 2004 will soak you to the bone
The MFAH shamelessly hops in bed with the Houston Texans
Our picks of the week
A "Learning How to Survive (at) CEP" sidebar
In two decades, Wally Swett's sanctuary has become a place of peace for primates - it's the humans that have him going bananas
Fireflies are dissapearing from the night sky
June 3 - 9, 1999
The statue doesn't look like a traditional Our Lady of Guadalupe. But its appearance is just the start of the
September 17 - 23, 1998
At Project Row Houses, where the art is may matter more than what the art is
As Richard Misrach knows, even the horrid can look gorgeous
Two new romances approach doomed passion, as seen at different ages and stages