"The meat is juicy enough. There's very little fat on it, which I tend to appreciate, and the fat that is there is ideally rendered. There's nothing chewy or superfluous. Just meat, glorious meat, some of it burned ever so slightly at the ends, which takes on a deeper flavor and a crunchy texture. Add the special Brooks Family Big & Bold BBQ sauce, and my search for the ideal brisket sandwich in Houston is over. And at only $6.95 each, I can see myself eating a lot of them." Find out more about Brooks Family BBQ in our review, Smoked Meats and a Charming Brood Welcome You to Brooks Family BBQ. PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS.
Houston has the chance to see some of the finest jewelry in the world as Bulgari celebrates 130 years of work over at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Find out more about the exhibit in our blog "Dust Off the Tiara, BVLGARI: 130 Years of Masterpieces Exhibit Opens at HMNS." PHOTOS BY...
Halloween may still be half a year away, but who says you can't put on your finest costume 6 months out and hit the streets? Check out the outfits and the sick feats via the 8eTribe Sideshow Circus. PHOTOS BY YURI PEÑA.
May the 4th is a big day for Star Wars fans around the globe, so it should come as no surprise that Houston had its own way of celebrating. For the third year in a row people packed War'Hous to check out some amazing Star Wars-related art. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
There are few people better to pre-party Cinco de Mayo with than the one and only Toy Selectah. Dance music fans packed The Flat to see him as well as Panchitron, O.G. Bobby Trill and Sines. PHOTOS BY J TOVAR.
More sun and more music were what the crowds got weekend two of iFest 2014. Find out more about the music of the weekend in our recap, The Five Best Acts of iFest, Weekend 2. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES (1-35); FRANCISCO MONTES (36-75).
May 4th the city of Houston closed Westheimer from Hazard to Yoakum to cars so that folks could walk, bike, unicycle, skate or use any other form of transportation to stroll down the street. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE.
Celebrate Australia was a first for the International Festival, a cooking competition that saw chefs from around the city doing their best takes on barbecue. Get a recap of the event in our blog, "At Celebrate Australia, Texas Barbecue Reigns Supreme." PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
Saint Arnold needed a lot of zest to make Homefront IPA, so they did what any smart brewery would do: invited some friends over for a zesting party. Zesters in hand, people went to work on the oranges. PHOTOS BY BRIAN AUSTIN.
"My stomach rumbles as I relive my first bite of Coltivare's pepperoni pizza, a dish that almost didn't make it on the menu save for a friend of the owners suggesting that the menu was lacking 'a guilty pleasure, take-out-style pizza that you want to eat when you're drunk.' I will delight in...
Weekend 1 of iFest is in the books, and judging by these photos, people seemed to have a real good time. Find out more about iFest 2014 in our blog, "The 12 Best Acts of iFest's First Weekend" and see what people were eating in our slideshow, "The Food of iFest 2014." PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES...