A companion slideshow to Thomas Rundle's featured story. Cadaver search team leader J.R. Santana and his hand-picked crew struggle to find every last Ike-related missing person on the Bolivar peninsula, even though some may never be found. PHOTOS COURTESY J.R. SANTANA and COLIN RIZZO
Folks from all over crammed into two of Austin's best known venues on Wednesday, March 18, to catch some of the first acts of SXSW, including the Heartless Bastards, The Decemberists, The Von Bondies, and more. PHOTOS BY PATRICK MICHELS
Olivewood Cemetery, the first cemetery for Houston's freedmen after the Civil War, was built on land that was a burial ground for slaves so its roots go back more than 150 years. But now, most of the 8 acres are overgrown and headstones are covered over. In addition, some of the graves are...
Leather-loving noise-punks Homopolice's show at Westheimer Block Party March 28 had it all: amplifier humping, instrument smashing, guest screaming from Rusted Shut's Don Walsh, lots of blood and even more dude-on-dude action. Craig Hlavaty risked life and limb to get up close and personal.
Electric Daisy Carnival kicked off its first day in Las Vegas, as bassheads from across the country gathered at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the nation's biggest EDC musical fest. All photos by Christopher Victorio.
The Westheimer Block Party, St. Patrick's Day, the Rodeo, and more... between all that, it was hard to fit South by Southwest into this slideshow, so we didn't. You can look at the best of SXSW here. Everything else that happened in March is straight ahead.
Sure, Pitchfork Music Festival includes musicians from across the indie universe, but it also had plenty of pretty girls among its 10,000 fans. Shot during the Chicago-based festival over the weekend of July 16-18, 2010. (If you've got a thing for women in glasses, this is your gallery.) Photos by
Freaks, geeks and chic braved the gorgeous weather Saturday, March 28, and ventured to Lower Westheimer to get an eyeful of each other - and performers like Tontons, Guitars, Bowel, Muhamid Ali, Small Sounds, Western Civilizaton and literally dozens more.
Did we have anything better to do than head out to the park on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon and marvel at the sights and sounds alongside our fellow Houstonians? You bet we didn't. The event ran March 27-29. PHOTOS AND CAPTIONS BY THOMAS RUNDLE
With so many Austin signs all over it, you'd think we were still at SXSW, but no, the place is in the Heights. And yes, it does have a creek. A bunch of y'all were there Saturday night, March 28. PHOTOS BY BILL OLIVE