By now you probably know that President Bush has great shoe-ducking reflexes. (And Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has no fear of flying shoes.) But if you could, what type of shoe would you throw? - Daniel Kramer
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston had quite a crowd on Thursday, December 11, for its monthly Artful Thursday event, and Stephanei Syjuco opened her first solo museum exhibit “Perspectives 164, Stephanie Syjuco: Total Fabrications” at the Contemporary Arts Museum. PHOTOS BY OLIVIA FLORES ALVAREZ
In June 2005, I started taking photos of the burgers I was eating while researching the feature "Texas Burger Binge." I finished the feature in August of that year, but the burger photo file kept on growing.
On Saturday, December 6, the parking lot of Block 21 was transformed into a BMX playground to celebrate the release of Dreamz, a documentary film about pro flatlander Terry Adams. DJ Statik scratched records as riders performed tricks for the crowd.
With Coachella next week, the summer music festival season is officially beginning. And for outdoor live music, this country offers a lot more than just sweaty hipsters in Southern California. There are sweaty metalheads in Maryland, sweaty EDM dancers in Las Vegas and sweaty reggae lovers in...
For the past 35 years, Dickens on the Strand has been celebrated on Galveston's famous street. It's been almost three months since Hurricane Ike put the Strand under six feet of water and there were just a few businesses open on Saturday, December 6, but the celebration went on anyway.