Last night, Curate, the Paper-City-sponsored pop-up bookshop inside Tootsie's, hosted a signing of Texas Artists Today, Houston's holiday art book of choice (at least among people who buy $100 books). PHOTOS BY JENNY STAFF JOHNSON
The pho here used to be an afterthought. And it wasn't always called Cafe TH. Longtime connoisseurs of the East End Chinatown will remember the long-standing Thiem Hung Bakery that baked fresh bread and served mostly banh mi. PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS
Elvis seemed to be alive again on one boat in the Kemah Christmas Boat Parade, with Lisa Marie dancing by his side and Captain Morgan on deck as well. Almost like Mardi Gras without the flashing, boaters threw out necklaces, candy, and balloons to the hundreds gathered on the side watching the...
If you saw Wu-Tang this morning (it wasn't that long ago) you would have seen a section of Houston hip-hop that is bursting with flavor and aggression. Read the full review on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
All manner of art-ified surfboards and skate decks were hung at Gallery M2 in the Heights this weekend for Boarded Up, an art show presented by Neopopstreetfunk. Proceeds from the event benefited Gulf Coast charities. Local artists including Uncle Charlie, Ack! and Sophia Buddenhagen had works...
The now-famous L.A. pitmaster returned to his Galveston home to help his family church raise money to build a community garden for its members and the impoverished neighborhood that surrounds St. Augustine Episcopal, the oldest African-American Episcopal Church in Texas. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
Eastenders and friends gathered at the Orange Show Saturday to make custom Christmas ornaments, munch on tamales, look at airbrushed art cars and listen to the Sideshow Tramps play. The party was free but the cost of admission was the donation of an unwrapped toy. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
The first time I pulled up to Moon Tower Inn – and saw the solitary, softly-glowing sign that reads only "No. 3004" jutting up from a curb on Canal Street – the thought that went through my mind was this: "Am I cool enough to eat here?!" PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS
Tracy McGrady's return to Houston was bittersweet as the Rockets beat the Detroit Pistons 97-83. Fans had mixed reactions to McGrady's return as they both booed and cheered him. T-Mac scored 11 points and played twenty two and a half minutes. Luis Scola, Kyle Lowry and Kevin Martin all scored...
Aftermath saw our second Insane Clown Posse show in a year on Monday night, and were doused in Faygo, the regional generic soda, for the ten minutes or so as we wandered into the main pit area towards the end of the show. Read the full write-up on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER AND DAWN McGEE