"We lead the world in computerized data collection!" -- Artie Bucco, The Sopranos Before social media, before the internet, hell, before computers, there was a time where the "fingerprint" we left behind was essentially hand written documents, stories from loved ones, and yes, our actual fingerprin ... More >>
Eight sculptures by eight artists in the Heights.
Memorial Day marks the unofficial beginning of summer, and that means it's time for women to break out the bikinis. Sometimes, this bikini-breakening-out can mean a display of pride in their native land, whether that involves American-flag bikinis, Confederate-flag bikinis, Texas-flag bikinis or b ... More >>
As a warm-up to St. Patrick's Day, I am going back to my Irish roots and preparing three mini-meals consisting of three Irish items of food and drink. A trinity of trinities, you might say. Some dishes will be more authentic than others; all will promote mirth and therefore be in the spirit of the ... More >>
Photo by Adrienne ByardSeth Siegel-Gardner, left, and Terrence Gallivan in the kitchen at Revival Market.The living room at Seth and Hannah Siegel-Gardner's tidy blue house in the Heights is packed: two chefs and their wives, a journalist, three dogs, a massive cookbook collection and a flat- ... More >>
W.B. Yeats perusing the city's health inspection recordsWe're starting this week real classy-like with an appropriately apocalyptic Yeats poem, because we're excellent at copying and pasting stuff that makes us look smart. Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the ... More >>
Turn of the Screw
Animals wind up at the Bureau of Animal Regulation and Care for all sorts of reasons. Regular readers know all too well of the existence of douchey owners who surrender cats and dogs for idiotic reasons. But today's dirty half-dozen are all stray. They've been out there in that cruel world all ... More >>
A Chinese factory reborn as condo heaven in 24 City.
Next month, Houston gets to be a cool kid. But only for a week.
Eastwood's latest Baby proves he's still a money player
The killing of Dimebag Darrell rains on Michael Haaga's Continental Club Plus and Minus Show parade
Gordon Terry's show at New Gallery bursts with lush pigment
Human feelings are lethal in the childish Equilibrium
In dreary Manchester, a revolution spawned heroes, martyrs and, most of all, myths
Neil Jordan shows a childhood both deeply Irish and thoroughly deranged
Aging and creaking, the Rockets prove better at entertainment than basketball, on and off the court
Kenneth Goldsmith makes words art, and art words