While we are certainly excited about their newest venture, Voodoo Queen, we revisited Evan Shannon and Brand Young's first baby, Moon Tower Inn, to remind ourselves just how great it is. Here are 10 Reasons Why You Should Visit (or revisit) as well:
There's good stuff here, but did we really need another round of the master's work?
Puffed up, plucked and ready for roasting, here's this year's best of the worst.
Enjoy the great indoors!
Photo by Bruce BennettActor James Belcher was on stage the other day starring in A Picasso at Stages Repertory Theatre when he cut a finger on a metal door and couldn't stop the bleeding."A big blood drop is coming and dripping off the end of my finger ... The rest of the show I was worried that ... More >>
Art one, politics zero
Live Nation's weekly Wednesday "No Service Fee" ticket offer is pretty stiff this week: Buy one ticket for dozens of shows at House of Blues or Verizon Wireless Theater - such as Alice Cooper, O.A.R., Jewel, Goodie Mob, Bob Saget, Drive-By Truckers, Hanson, Peaches, Stryper, Zappa plays Zappa an ... More >>
The Menil Collection is showing off its bodies of work, bit by bit
Photos by Chris Gray It's been false-starting for a couple of years, but that grunge revival may be right around the corner - if it ever went anywhere in the first place. Beaumont's We Were Wolves plugged into the Mudhoney machine at the Mink Tuesday night, crafting sludgy sheets of guitar noise ... More >>
Stages Theatre, still basking in the success of its Grey Gardens production, has announced its 2009-10 season lineup.There are a bunch of productions that are "regional premieres" but, it must be said, nothing as headline-grabbing as the musical about the Beale sisters.But it's a solid series of pro ... More >>
An exhibit at the Menil shows familiar artists in a new way
DiverseWorks is in the house
The ArtCar Museum offers an eclectic mix of war-related art
"Power Pathos" presents pop surrealism with Texas ties
ArtHouston is a gallery of galleries
Get a girl in record time, then get another one
Arshile Gorky changed his name, but he couldn't change his painful past
David McGee's works riff on one another, like a certain musical genre
Local choreographers shimmy on stage
Never gone to New York? The MoMA comes to Houston
Artist Fred Wilson targets museums' use of human remains in a thought-provoking exhibit
UT's Harry Ransom Center has it all
Mark Flood gets pretty, and Vik Muniz reproduces
Will two reincarnated institutions breathe new life into Shepherd Plaza?
In the 1930s, Paris was quite a city. And Brassai was quite a photographer.
Black artist David McGee asks what it means to be black. And an artist.