Fifty large globes from the "Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet" art exhibit dot Discovery Green through December 31. Created by artists from around the world, the globes stand 5 feet wide and more than 7 feet tall. Each depicts a solution to global warming that everyone can implement right now. PHOTOS BY OLIVIA FLORES ALVAREZ
Guillotine, gallows, goose-stepping - original shock-rocker Alice Cooper's "Theatre of Death" revue of pain had it all Sunday night at Verizon Wireless Theater, but the scariest thing of all was how evil songs like "Under My Wheels" and "Dirty Diamonds" still sound after all these years. Read...
"Insane" is probably the best word to describe the scene at Warehouse Live last night as Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope sprayed their avid Juggalos and Juggalettes with Faygo and turned the concert venue into a dark, dirty circus. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
Fresh off their performances at Austin City Limits, Kings of Leon and White Lies played to a crowd that has become increasingly composed of Ed Hardy fans and suburbanites, which seems to worry Kings of Leon as much as it does us. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
Lead singer of Matchbox 20 and successful solo artist in his own right, Rob Thomas was joined by Colorado band OneRepublic and Swedish rockers Carolina Liar at the Verizon Wireless Theater over the weekend. PHOTOS BY JEFF BALKE
Houstonians packed life into every single one of September's thirty days, from sweetly nostalgic concerts at Discovery Green to blood-soaked cacophonies at Warehouse Live, from disco dancing at House of Blues to dirty dancing at Rich's, from tryouts for America's Next Top Model to tryouts for...
Blood cannons, giant plastic cocks, hoses full of slime and drunk chicks in their bras: It's all part of any classic GWAR concert. The shock rockers - now in their 25th year - played and slayed at a packed house last night at Warehouse Live. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
You've seen the Best of Houston® Goods & Services winners online and in print, now see photos of the actual places, people and things themselves that won our hearts this year. To read the write-up or for more information, just click on the links in the captions.
You've seen the Best of Houston® Arts & Entertainment winners online and in print, now see photos of the actual places, people and things themselves that won our hearts this year. To read the write-up or for more information, just click on the links in the captions.
Saturday was a sold out sing-along with twentysomething girls night at Warehouse Live as English transplant Greg Holden and indie-pop princess Ingrid Michaelson held court (despite the booming sounds of next door's Latin Grammy Tour threatening to drown them out at points). PHOTOS BY JEFF BALKE
The House of Blues unofficially marked its first anniversary with a Disco-Retro Party at the posh Foundation Room. Guests donned their finest 1970s fashions and grooved to disco classics into the night. PHOTOS BY SON LAM