n Dom Hemingway, Jude Law goes for greatness
If you like Cajun and Southern food, try this West African restaurant.
Casablanca worth a visit in a city with so little Moroccan food.
Photos by Troy FieldsSee more photos from Casablanca in our slideshow.When it opened late last year, Casablanca Couscous & Grill became only the second Moroccan restaurant in Houston. And the truth is, for a city that prides itself on being such a melting pot of ethnicities and cuisines, ther ... More >>
GroovehouseJimmie Vaughan (left) and his band gave the large iFest crowd some saxual healing Saturday.Lots more iFest in our slideshows: The bands, the performers, the crowds and even the food. For something that was still going on 24 hours ago, the first weekend of the Houston International ... More >>
If you had been a devout vegetarian (or even a pescatarian, or a vegan) for the past decade of your life, what would be the first meat you'd want after deciding to revert back to your carnivorous ways? That's the question currently being pondered by my significant other, who's decided to ret ... More >>
Eggs/ breakfastontour.comBaba Maal If the first weekend of the Houston International Festival felt like a detour down Canal Street, the second evoked the festival's emphasis on "Spotlighting the Caribbean." Summer picked this weekend to descend two months early, as it tends to do, resulting in in ... More >>
New Orleans as breeding ground for one Bad Lieutenant.
The weekend visit to Houston had been going well enough for Army Sergeant Mohammed Sesay. Now stationed at Killeen's Fort Hood, he'd been back in the States for less than a week, after serving for over a year at Camp Bucca prison in Iraq, where he had helped guard the estimated 20,000-30,000 d ... More >>
Leonardo Drew turns cast-off and decayed items into strong artworks.
New Money douches and Amazing Race winners at Monarch Lounge
Brooklyns Urban Bush Women and Senegals Compagnie JANT-BI join forces in a collaborative dance performance
Other record stores have bitten the dust, but not this one
Check the African-spun grooves at Fagilia Houston
Barry Manilow whites the songs. Is that so wrong?
IFest makes the jump from downtown to South Main
A cool kid seeks heavenly redemption
France takes center stage at the Houston International Festival
Searching for the First Rock Song
In a small office off the Southwest Freeway, an editor carries on his crusade against public corruption and press censorship in his native Nigeria and other African countries
Houston mines international gold with the Pan-Cultural Film Festival
October 1 - 7, 1998
April 16 - 22, 1998