Our grand tasting event -- Menu of Menus -- is coming up on April 9 and we want you, our loyal readers, to be the first to get discounted tickets this year. We are offering a semi-private pre-sale to loyal Houston Press readers that will allow you purchase tickets before they go on sale to the publi ... More >>
Victor Wooten San Jacinto College Central Victor Wooten is the kind of musician who leaves other musicians, especially bass players, in awe. One of his four older brothers taught Wooten the four-string arts at age three, and he's gone on to a distinguished career that includes stints with both jazz ... More >>
The announcements of closings due to the anticipated winter storm are beginning to roll in, the most significant so far being HISD closing all its schools and offices tomorrow. We'll be keeping a list of what's closed and updating it throughout the day, so check back frequently for news. Our ... More >>
Chef David Grossman judges one of the competitor's dishes.Last night's Chefs Under Fire event proved that some of the city's most talented chefs aren't cooking in the hottest restaurants in town...or even in a restaurant at all. Five area chefs competed in the Houston regionals of the annual ... More >>
Philip Grantham counts on his meds and his MHMRA doctor to stay straight. Too bad Texas is slashing funding.
San Jac student disciplined for bomb threat.
‚ÄčAs much as social media broadens our horizons, be it through interpersonal or business relations, it creates a whole new universe of privacy issues. Friendswood-era college student Ashley Marzullo found that out firsthand last week after making an off-hand remark on Twitter last week on a particu ... More >>
The College Question
The naked truth about why Houston isnít the third coast
Ex-Soular Slide front man peels away the funk to show off his songs
Local promoter takes a bite out of a life in shadows
A fired UH prof sues in a student crusade for -- of all things -- geography
Houston's ever-evolving Soular Slide looks for its place in the sun
Shelly Berg learned jazz the hard way: He listened to the greats
Though only 17, Brandon Lee blows a mighty horn
In Houston's Health Department, zero tolerance apparently applies only to dissidents