Charles Armstrong, owner of four gay clubs and benefactor to feral cats, is the most powerful man in his neighborhood.
Houston almost scored a batch of this year's Vertical Epic from Stone. Almost.Looks like Stone Brewing Co.'s coveted Vertical Epic won't be sold in Houston this year thanks to a little mix up on the label.Stone created a buzz for the stuff in 2002 by announcing it would release a different ... More >>
Photo by This Is Freaking RidiculousAn AK-47 made entirely out of bacon? Yup, that's pretty much 2009 summed up. So this is the time of year when we normally say things like "Wow, another year gone by already!" and "Can ya believe it's almost 2010?" and "Say there, how come you just broke my ... More >>
Rick Perry and Kay Bailey Hutchison are locked in a pitched battle over the soul of the GOP. They are also running for governor.
Son LamDancers enjoying Halloween at Rich'sHair Balls received an email this morning that longstanding Houston dance club Rich's had been shut down. So far all the information we have been able to gather has come from social-networking sites. The incident appears to have happened Saturday night ... More >>
The Nightfly's token PA-to-Houston transplant whoops it up on Super Bowl Sunday
The gentrifying Heights can pit residents and businesses against each other
Rocky Hill hopes to find a smooth patch on his rocky road
Loft and condo dwellers are finding it difficult to coexist with the pounding beats coming out of clubs in Houston's revitalized downtown scene
Liquor and Lakewood don't mix
Gentrification threatens to turn out the lights at popular upper Shepherd nightspots
Margaret Lindsey has battled bad debt, bad luck and a bunch of men in suits to keep Blondie's open - right in the middle of downtown La Porte
Prolonged agency abuses bring a Houston attorney $1.5 million
City Council took away South Houston Mayor Cipriano Romano's keys. They took away his secretary. They told the 27-year-old he can't use the fax or copy machine after hours. Now they're ready to impeach him.
Young women taxi-dance for dollars, at the price of innocence lost
Rick's CEO Robert Watters wants to make sexually oriented businesses respectable. So why, in his adopted hometown, does he get no respect?
Monica Pope makes like a revenuer
Brad Tyer finds fun, more fun and big fun on the Richmond Strip