A group of history buffs gathered at Memorial Park yesterday to explore the ruins of Camp Logan, the World War I-era Army training facility located on the grounds of what later became the park. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
American Idol contestant Clay Aiken performed at Jones Hall Valentine's Day evening, wooing his fans with his takes on hits from the 1950s and '60s. Read our full review of the show on the Rocks Off blog. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
Designers from around the world showed off looks for Fall 2011 at New York Fashion Week this weekend. We were there for shows from Project Runway winner Irina Shabayeva, designers Ann Yee, Jason Wu, Paola Hernandez and more. PHOTOS BY JAY MARROQUIN
Sunday afternoon, the Foundation for Family and Marriage Equality hosted Texas' largest and longest-running same-sex wedding celebration at Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church in the Heights. While gays aren't allowed to formally marry according to Texas law, the commitment ceremony is...
Houston's indie darlings the Wild Moccasins played Fitzgerald's Saturday night before departing on a six-week tour of the old country. Young Mammals helped see them off. Read our full review of the show on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
Elmo and friends took to the stage at Reliant Arena this weekend to help Super Grover rediscover his superness through healthy habits and food. Afterwards, Houston kids got to meet the Sesame Street stars. PHOTOS BY DAWN MCGEE
Aurora Picture Show hosted their second annual Soul Nite screening at the historic Eldorado Ballroom Saturday night. Guest curator Peter Lucas, who collects old reels of musical performances, put together a series of films that has members of the crowd dancing in the aisles. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
More than 2,000 Dynamo fans joined the Dynamo players, Head Coach Dominic Kinnear, co-owner and boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya, Mayor Annise Parker, Harris County Judge Ed Emmett
and Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee to break ground on the new Dynamo Stadium Saturday afternoon. The 22,000-seat...
The annual Lunar New Year celebration at the Chinese Community Center in west Houston took place this past Saturday, February 5. Traditional festivities such as lion dances and shaolin acrobatics were accompanied by food booths and vendors selling countless rabbit-shaped or bunny-based treats...
Friday night Manor Bar celebrated Tet, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year. While the Chinese were celebrating the Year of the Rabiit, the Vietnamese welcomed in year 4709, the Year of the Cat. PHOTOS BY SON LAM