Twenty years after "Jump Around" set the airwaves on fire with Celtic pride, House of Pain came to Houston to play Warehouse Live with guests Big B, Dirtball and Sozay. Read all about it on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
House of Blues hosted an art show featuring the works of locals Skeez, Color One, Cecelia Johnson and more in the Bronze Peacock Room this weekend. The event was organized by local promoter Tony Guerrero, himself an artist who also gos by the name of TKNY. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
Devo visited Houston Friday in support of their first album in 20 years. Austin-based weird-pop band Octopus Project opened for the legendary New Wavers. Read our review on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY JAY LEE
Any apprehensions I may have initially felt about a restaurant called TQLA(pronounced, yes, as "tequila") located right in the thick of clubby Washington Avenue melted completely away with each successive meal at the on-point Southwestern restaurant run by veteran chef Tommy Birdwell. PHOTOS BY...
Thousands of athletes of all skills gathered in Conroe this weekend for the Warrior Dash, an obstacle course featuring mud pits, fire-jumping and Vikings with horns on their heads. PHOTOS BY MONICA FUENTES
The fifth annual Anme Matsuri, celebrating all things Japanese pop-culture related, took place this weekend. The event featured music by Bespa Kumamero, a J-fashion show with styles from Gachacon and Sixh, and lots of girls in anime-inspired costumes. PHOTOS BY MARK BRITAIN