The Flying Saucer Sugar Land's inaugural BeerFeast brought nearly 1,000 people to Sugar Land's Town Square, bringing 40 breweries and 60 different beers for beer knurds to sample. Rare beers and one-off casks along with short lines made for one of the most successful beer festivals to date....
Saturday was Houston's turn to get in on the EDM action. Disco Donnie Presents and Nightculture partnered up to give the city the Something Wicked Festival, an eight-hour dance extravaganza in the field next to the Sam Houston Race Park. Read our full review on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
This past Saturday, craft beer lovers from all over the city of Houston came together to sip on brews from St. Arnold's, Southern Star, No Label, Karbach, Rahr & Sons, Independence, Real Ale, Jester King, Shiner, and Texas Homebrewers, all a part of the 2012 Brenner's on the Bayou Fall Beer...
Houston’s best architects, designers, builders and artists gathered this weekend at Discovery Green to display artistic dog houses auctioned off to benefit Pup Squad, an animal rescue group whose goal is to rescue orphaned puppies, kittens and nursing litters from the streets. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
The new Heights Walmart at 111 Yale opened after much public criticism and discussion on Friday, October 26, 2012. Take a look inside the Supercenter before it was opened to the crowds, for a rare look at Walmart empty of people. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT
The Houston Texans have a well-deserved bye week this weekend, so instead of pics of tailgating and touchdowns, we give you this slideshow to ease your football withdrawals: a collection of our favorite Houston Texans Cheerleader photos. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
Madonna took the stage Wednesday night for the first of two shows at the Toyota Center, meanwhile, her fans, both male and female, came out in full Madonna drag last night. Read the full review at Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY JULIAN BAJSEL