Dita Von Teese, widely credited with reviving the art of burlesque, brought her vaudeville show to a sold-out crowd at House of Blues this weekend. Some photos contain partial nudity. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
Rare sneaker collectors converged on the Toyota Center this weekend for the summer edition of the semi-annual H-Town Sneaker Summit, a chance to check out collectible kicks from boutiques and big name designers. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
Glam rockers Roky Moon & BOLT! were joined at Fitzgerald's for the release of their record American Honey by a who's who of Houston bands. Read our review of the show on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY JIM BRICKER
Rich's monthly Freakshow night pulled out all the stops for July, featuring acrobatics and a performance by two mini Lady Gaga and Beyonce impersonators. Slideshow contains partial nudity and it semi-NSFW. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
Dallas-born musician and star of the MTV reality TV series The Hills Ryan Cabrera celebrated his birthday in Houston over the weekend, posing with fans and blowing out the candles on his cake at 5th Amendment Bar. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
Dance lovers joined the Dynamo Girls for National Dance Day, an event coordinated by the TV show So You Think You Can Dance to get people involved in music and movement. The event was sponsored by the Houston Press Art Attack blog. Check back Monday for video of the moves. PHOTOS BY MANDY OAKLANDER
Pop princess Katy Perry brought her candyland stage show to Houston last night. Check Rocks Off for our review of the show. Also see pics from Perry's show the night before in Dallas. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
The employees of Yandy know all too well that sexy is the Halloween trend of the decade.
This year's big sellers: the Sexy Fox, the Sexy Watermelon, the Sexy Hamburger, and new arrivals, "sexy" Bert, Ernie, and Big Bird costumes. Seriously.
- Yandy, Creators of the "Sexy" Sesame...
Agave lovers celebrated National Tequila Day last night at El Pueblito by judging who could make the best margarita between Republic, Cabo Wabo, Hornitos, Herradura and other tequila vendors. Sounds like the real winners were the taste-testers. PHOTOS BY THEO SANTOS
Cafe Kubo's has been a success in its improbable location — a neglected side of the otherwise busy Dun Huang Plaza, home to more Chinese and Taiwanese restaurants than anything else — for the last two years by offering something rarely found in Houston: solid, inexpensive Japanese comfort food....
Between songs, Mark Oliver Everett repeatedly apologized for taking so long to return to Houston. After 14 years, he'd finally brought his band Eels to town, with guests The Submarines as openers. Read the review on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
As word of Amy Winehouse's death spread across the Internet Saturday, another British soul singer was preparing to perform in Houston for the first time in about a decade. And there, so it would seem, the similarities between Sade Adu and Winehouse end - two women who shared a hometown, a...