The saddest musical news from the Christmas holiday is the overdose suicide of Athens, Ga. singer-songwriter Vic Chesnutt. Rumors circulated on the Internet Christmas Eve that Chesnutt had died overnight but, according to a spokesperson from his record label, he remained alive but in a coma. The la ... More >>
‚ÄčThe legendary Lloyd Kaufman is the co-founder of Troma Studios, and directed classics such as The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke 'Em High, and Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead, which will be screening this weekend at Crypticon Houston. Hair Balls asked the legendary actor, author and Yale g ... More >>
The Terminator is back. Plus lots of other movies we can't wait to see this season.
Enough shows to keep concertgoers busy all season long
Lady with the Little Dog
Anything for Art
Spurred on by a fellow student's death, Oliver Brown, William Hudson and Justin Jordan ran a gauntlet on their way to bring down a president
Priscilla Slade is the biggest gobbler of them all
Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner has been called a fauxteur, a womanizer and, worse, over budget. Why you should take him seriously anyway.
A legendary debate teacher has a lesson plan to knock off Congressman John Culberson
The MFAH showcases autobiographical work by a Houston legend
The Coronation of Poppea is one of HGO's most elegant productions
Ouroboros makes for dramatic, provocative, fascinating theater
Racists, louts and terrorists earned their place among the best of 2005
Break out the vodka -- The Nightfly tours Houston's Russian-themed bars
An MFAH show and a crop of new galleries are redefining what Latino art is supposed to look like
Morrissey tells America where it can shove its hamburger
Operatic popster Rufus Wainwright exits "gay hell" and enters his most fertile period
A wage dispute mars memories of the late Judy Lunn
Manny Garcia fought both the Viet Cong and racial prejudice
When it comes to the Catholic hierarchy, Mel Gibsonís dad is one Mad Max
At Miami's Winter Music Conference, P. Diddy blows up dance music while the U.S. blows up Iraq
Our take on "rare" Nirvana
A marathon through the downtown tunnel, a rowing venue in a flooded Katy Freeway, the javelina throw -- how splendid, how Houston!
Everyone's a front-runner in the race to land the Olympics
Mark Aguirre is an aggressive Houston cop who won civilian support by fighting crime. But the abrasive captain could lose his biggest battle: the one raging over him in HPD itself.
After a half-century of effort, local African-American artists are emerging to the forefront of the arts, both in Houston and nationally
HGO's singers impress, despite getting blown away
A former employee claims a KPRC reporter counterfeited press credentials
HGO goes for baroque
Houston boasts some of the biggest track legends in the world. Who cares? They do.
Cleopatra may be about ancient Middle Eastern history, but it's all Houston Ballet
When the UH leader fired back atsex-bias accusers, did he shoot himself in the foot?
The enigma that is R. Kelly keeps audiences enthralled, guessing
Moviegoers may find both their Sixth Happiness and Seventh Heaven in these 40 featured indie films
Gary Robert Williams's violent career began spectacularly 29 years ago. This is the story of how one determined U.S. marshal brought it to an end.
New York Pizzeria bakes up a pie that's the stuff of dreams
Houston artist Bert Long returned home from Spain, only to find he had no home
But now that he's arrived, can Victor remain Victor?
From Panhandle flatlands to Guatemalan mountains, Houston doctor and artist Robert Campbell searched for a life with meaning.When he died, many said that life was his.
Townes Van Zandt hospitalized with lung problems
An MFA show reveals that Degas' love wasn't limited to ballerinas