Houston still loves the Astrodome, even if we don't know what to do with it. That's not to say people don't have plans of varying level of success, just that actually deciding what plan will come to pass has been complicated. Still, for one night at least, Houston was able to embrace the Dome for the one thing it still is: a home to some great Houston memories. From big wins to major concerts, the Astrodome has seen a lot, and last night thousands of fans showed up to pay their respects.PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES.
"There is little in the way of a scene or pizzazz when you enter. The restaurant is modest and sparsely decorated. It espouses a fast-casual approach to service in which you order at the counter, grab your own cutlery and water and wait for your food to arrive from the kitchen. There are all of...
Curated by Jonathan Jackson, Artifacts featured work from over 25 artists. The goal of Artifacts was to give viewers a "deeper look into the minds of painters, photographers and sculptors for a better understanding of the creative mind." PHOTOS BY J TOVAR.
Anime Matsuri was bigger than ever in 2015, bringing in some serious names in the world of cosplay to Houston. PHOTOS BY CHUCK COOK PHOTOGRAPHY.
Marvel and DC Comics Square Off at Anime Matsuri
The battle between Marvel and DC isn't just happening in comic book stores and movie theaters anymore. Friday at Anime Matsuri, the two sides collided in the Marvel vs. DC cosplay show. PHOTOS BY CHUCK COOK PHOTOGRAPHY.
The Cosplay of Anime Matsuri 2015
No matter what the haters say, there are those fans that will turn up to see Nickelback every time they come to town. Although their performance was full of classic rock shtick, the fans all seemed to have a pretty good time. PHOTOS BY ERIC SAUSEDA.
Delicious food. Friendly competition. Hungry people. Yes, it was time for the 2015 Menu of Menus Extravaganza. Silver Street Station was packed full of hungry Houstonians looking to get a bite of some of the best food the city has to offer. Kevin Naderi made it 4-0 as he took home the Iron Fork...
March in Houston means warmer temperatures, road trips and a little thing called the Houston Rodeo. Add in to that the usual assortment of late night parties, food events and concerts and it was one wild month. Our awesome photographers were out and about capturing it all.
The Houston Texans Cheerleaders are one of the most popular parts of the organization, and this weekend they were looking for new members. Over a thousand women showed up to try out for the opportunity to become a Houston Texans cheerleader. PHOTOS BY ERIC SAUSEDA.