The Randy Rogers Band has become a big enough name on the highly competitive Texas country/Red Dirt circuit that the quintet was chosen to open for George Strait and Martina McBride on Strait's Houston stop of his "The Cowboy Rides Away" tour at Reliant Stadium back in March. Reached by phone from " ... More >>
A big part of Texas music history went dark this past weekend, when Sundance Records went out of buisness after 35 years. But thanks to the San Marcos record store's strong Houston connection, part of its legacy - in fact, a large part of its inventory - is coming here. Sig's Lagoon, the Midtown re ... More >>
Michael Glyn Brown was recently acquitted of assaulting his wife. But that's only the latest allegation against the violent, drug-abusing doctor, long a fixture of Houston TV commercials and society.
In a one-of-a-kind short list, HPD names the 30 most troubled mentally ill in the city.
Thanks to lax enforcement by TCEQ, plants along the Houston Ship Channel launch tons of toxic gases into our air, and face little penalty even when they exceed pollution limits over and over again.
A caravan to Cuba isn't hassled. Yet.
Go to Accra, Ghana, and find gated communities modeled on our own hometown
Research sheds new light on Van Gogh's Moonrise
A state clerk goes bonkers over legislative bills
Vietnam isn't Tim O'Brien's only subject
Named after a beer, Honeybrowne strives to be more
Psst: Wanna buy a truckload of smoke-damaged caskets?
After riding with the majors, born loner Darden Smith learns it's easier to drive yourself
Carlton Pride, son of Charley, opted not to take any country roads
Will Clark was a reluctant Aggie until 12 people died in last year's Bonfire collapse. Now his desire to keep the tradition alive continues to make him an outsider in College Station.
SHSU stirred the higher-ed circles. Now the excitement has turned to exodus.
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Two weeks ago the FCC shut down Montrose Radio. Can the pirate station survive the bust? Can the pirate station survive itself?