The Prevention Resource Center at the Council on Alcohol and Drugs Houston has released its annual Regional Needs Assessment, which gathers a ton of data and compiles it to identify everything you need to know about substance abuse. The study shines a light on what's going on in our area (Region 6 ... More >>
Note: Coachella, Southern California's version of FPSF, starts today in the high desert outside Palm Springs. Our friends at LA Weekly and OC Weekly will be there the whole weekend and will be bringing us regular updates. This article is by Adam Lovinus. Ever since sunshine acid saturated Woodstock ... More >>
On Sunday morning at the Texans' second day of practice of the young preseason, I was hanging out with my co-host John Granato watching the wide receivers go one-on-one against the cornerbacks in pass catching drills when Evan Koch of the Texans media relations team walked by and asked us who we tho ... More >>
The Houston sports talk landscape is complicated and fascinating. We are blessed with four full-time sports stations, several other sports-themed shows scattered along the dial and one national sports network headquartered right here in the Bayou City. When I ranked the best sports talk shows in Hou ... More >>
Vagabond '90s-rock heartthrob Evan Dando goes where the wind blows.
Photos by Jason WolterFitz & the Tantrums House of Blues Bronze Peacock Room April 18, 2011 Soul music is about power, yoking that gospel id to the pursuit of more worldly affairs, but it's also about subtlety. Grunt all you want, but smooth and steady wins the race (and wins over the ladies ... More >>
Rebecca Black WANTS YOU to keep Twittering about her.The Internet is a strange place. Its most dominant and pervasive bandwidth hogs are spam and porn, both completely voluntary (people actually open those Nigerian money request e-mails or they wouldn't still be sending them). It drives news ... More >>
Brittanie SheyThe girl next to Aftermath at Headhunters motions to her American husband, who is pogoing like a 10-year-old in desperate need of Ritalin. "He tells me I must be the only Canadian who has never heard of Nardwuar." Indeed, since Nardwuar the Human Serviette has made a name in Ca ... More >>
Photo courtesy FBI See this dude here? Rocking the sunglasses and the shaggy locks?NOTE TO CRIMINAL OVERLORDS: Do not hire this guy to rob any banks for you. If you do, give him some Ritalin or something.Here's what the FBI has to say about this guy's attempt to rob the Chase Bank near 9300 Westh ... More >>
If you're aware of Kanye West's - whom Pollstar is reporting stops at Toyota Center with Lady GaGa January 22; good luck selling tickets for that one now, kiddo - past behavior at all, then you're probably surprised this article isn't longer. His habit of blurting out inappropriate, nonsensical n ... More >>
Texas' UIL had originally canceled a bunch of competitions until May 11 because of the swine-flu scare, but it appears they've now got things under control.The organization announced this afternoon that they're cranking things up again as of tomorrow.Because of "the magnitude and scope" of the regio ... More >>
This Canadian cult classic sets Hamlet in a brewery
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Chuck Prophet Continental Club January 23, 2008 Better Than: Doing your homework and going to bed early. Download: “You Could Make a Doubter Out of Jesus” is Prophet at his most intense and lyrical. Chuck Prophet is a wizard, and every wizard needs a special hat. As the edgy San Franciscan to ... More >>
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
On November 1, All Saints Day, No Tsu Oh reopened in its old location after a hiatus of three years. Pirtle and Pierce are still hard at work trying to de-sleekify the spot. Clark's recording studio / dance club, the joint that was in place there between No Tsu Oh's two incarnations, had a, shall we ... More >>
A psychedelic pioneer and the drug that helped do him in are both sorely missed
In 2005, longhairs got more progressive than ever
Maybe it's time for this blade to stop swinging
Mike Mills's debut is smart, funny and gorgeously sad
A former king of the Texas metal world unites Houston's warring rock tribes and wins a passel of Music Awards
Enema of the Mental State: Notes from the Battle on Irritable Blink-182 Syndrome
Two artists ask how boys become men in a videocracy
The day of the Locust is at hand
Chuck Close takes apart people's faces and puts them back together again
The Colour Clear knows exactly where it should be filed in the record store. But what about in real life?
Mike Patton chops through traditional song forms with a mighty Tomahawk
Students are using drugs illegally not to party down, but to get better marks on exams
A shopping list for your favorite political types
Smooth-jazz fans blast Racket
Drug testing in world-class bridge bounces a medal-winner
Storage Containers, Not Ready for Prime Time, The Well Runs Dry
Protesters scream about censorship. The board denounces potentially crippling boycotts. Will the two sides in the Pacifica conflict ever learn that, beneath their shrill cries, they're on the same team?
By keeping a constant eye on its mentally ill clients, an ACT team heads off all sorts of troubles
Texas's mentally impaired used to go to treatment centers. Now they go to prison.
EDtv tries to upstage Truman on TV's impact
Barney's Great Adventure drops us in a lobotomized, manic kid hell
The Cable Guy reveals Jim Carrey's dark side -- but not enough of it
While some Houston parents fight what they charge is "a river of Ritalin" running through the schools, one father has gone to court to try to prove that, for his son, Ritalin use is Ritalin abuse.