While headliner George Clinton is set to play next weekend, this past weekend had soul to spare as favorites like the New Orleans Hustlers Brass Band, Easy Star All Stars, Moodafaruka and the Sisters Morales kept the beat going.
Because look how much fun every single one of these people is having! That's why.
iFest runs April 24 and 25, noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday. For more information, visit iFest.org
Houston's favorite display of creativity and carburetors, the annual Art Car Parade, is only a few weeks away on Saturday, May 8. To celebrate the participants, a party was held last night at the Saint Arnold Brewery with food from Molina's and tunes from the Sideshow Tramps. PHOTOS BY...
If you haven't stopped to bask in the yearly spectacle of Texas wildflowers blooming in all their glory, take some time this weekend to enjoy the bluebonnets, Indian paintbrushes and all the other beauty Spring has to offer. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
Although the venue changed this year - from Discovery Green to the swanky West Ave - our annual Menu of Menus event was as fun and delicious as ever. Guests noshed on prime rib and sushi, cupcakes and custard, and everyone had a feast of a time. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
Once again, the Houston Chowhounds raised the bar for food competitions. The Bourbon Throwdown brought in talent from Austin as well as Houston and pitted six mixologists and six chefs against one another in battle. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas has temporarily taken himself out of the band's picture to work on his solo career. Casablancas headlined a sleepy show last night at House of Blues, running through the bulk of his debut solo album Phrazes For The Young. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
Okay so Saturday's rains didn't help the festivities much, but by Sunday downtown Houston by City Hall was packed with families attending the Children's Festival benefitting Child Advocates. PHOTOS BY MARGARET DOWNING
The second year of what has to be the safest cookoff in the world saw 93 different law enforcement agencies competing, including the HPD, HFD, Harris County Sheriff's Office, U.S. Customs Service, Secret Service and FBI. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT