Welcome to the Rocks Off 100, our portrait gallery of the most compelling profiles and personalities in the far-flung Houston music community -- a lot more than just musicians, but of course they're in there too. See the entire Rocks Off 100 at this link. Who? Singer-Songwriter Robin Kirby entered ... More >>
It's not likely to rank up there with the great protests of all time, but it has been documented forever. Members of the Houston chapter of NORML gathered outside the regional offices of the Drug Enforcement Agency yesterday to protest what they say is the agency's habit of killing pets while makin ... More >>
Fake weed's final freewheeling days
Marijuana's steady creep toward legalization nationwide.
Tuesday just happens to be the 59th birthday of Rocks Off's personal hero, role model and by all accounts someone who smokes even more weed than we do, Thomas Earl Petty. Speaking of, it's also Snoop Dogg's birthday, which means 10/20 deserves to be a NORML holiday even more than 4/20 does. But unt ... More >>
Fitzgerald's Hits the Dirty 30
An ex-cop from East Texas decides to switch sides
Touring bands sound off on Houston
RIP, Gatemouth Brown
A cop learns the pain of piercing
The government says Clayton Jones shouldn't smoke marijuana. He says it's the only thing that keeps him from blowing his brains out.
Dean Becker, "420 Drug War News"
The Press Music Awards Showcase brings a category-five storm of tunes
Rain, rage and ruin at an Easter 420 festival
Alex Lozano trumpets a 420 soiree and the return of the Westheimer Street Festival to its old home
Undercover cops infiltrate a pro-pot event, but don't weed out much from the crowd
Steven Van Zandt is dedicated to garage rock
How a citizen's donation to NORML got routed to the DEA
South Park Mexican carves out his place in history with the 2001 Music Awards
The Last Concert Cafe has glimpses from its unique history
Drug advocates jam for legalization
Does Houston's biggest drug-prevention program keep kids clean or just make cops feel good?
When it comes to alternatives to the drug war, some warriors would rather you not hear about it