CODEPINK activists protested [mostly] naked in front of BP's Houston headquarters on Monday afternoon. According to activist Diane Wilson, a fourth generation fisherwoman from the Gulf, the clothing-optional protest has significance beyond boobs: "We will put our bodies on the line to hold BP accountable for the rape and plunder of our planet." PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
Everything old is new again. Haritos Bibas is reopening Bibas Diner on West Gray in the old Bibas One's A Meal location (which is now on Westheimer), and he plans to keep the nostalgia but update both the menu and the interior. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT
Not even yesterday’s exotic temperatures could stop more than one hundred fine folks from celebrating at OIMBY, a backyard feast celebrating some of Houston’s finest local chefs and vendors. PHOTOS BY RUTHIE JOHNSON
Jimmy Buffett has built an entire empire out of his beach-bum lifestyle, from books to bars to even a line of Margaritaville-brand shoes. And his concerts, like Thursday night's at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, almost always sell out. PHOTOS BY BRITTANIE SHEY
Drake has become THE marquee guy from that new wave of rappers that came exploding onto the scene a ways back (i.e. Wale, Kid Cudi, J. Cole, etc.), which automatically makes him more susceptible to criticism and unfounded dislike. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
For whatever reason (maybe because they're one of the best foods Houston has to offer?), photos of burgers are the most contributed item to the Houston Press Flickr pool. With nearly 100 pictures to choose from, we selected the 10 tastiest-looking burgers for your viewing pleasure.
Each year, we round up the most expensive homes for sale on Houston's huge real estate market. The most expensive home in 2009 was $12.9 million. What will it take to buy this year's top home? PHOTOS COURTESY OF HAR.COM