Billed as a "circus-styled celebration of body art," the Flesh Peddler's Ball gave people the opportunity to see what artists are capable of doing with body art, and maybe even paint their partner. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
To celebrate their 10 year anniversary, Winter Street Studios held an exhibition called The Originals, featuring 19 of the artists who were there when the studio first opened. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
“Explicitly Chingona” is a group art exhibition that pushes the boundaries of sexual taboos. In the spirit of the art, the VIP preview party also pushed the boundaries of sexual taboos. You have been warned. PHOTOS BY J TOVAR.
The Houston Museum Experience is a chance to get even more out of a visit to Houston's various museums. We checked out the Zone 1 experience, which included stops at The Menil Collection, Rothko Chapel and Houston Center for Photography. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
"Aji Peruvian Café is a bit of a conundrum. Just when you're about to write the place off after a few deeply freezer-burned orders of empanadas, your waiter shows up with a glass of fresh mango juice so utterly brilliant that it takes your breath away. Bright and sunny, yet with a keen edge of...
PAX, the popular gaming convention, came to Texas for the first time, holding PAX South 2015 in San Antonio. Chuck Cook Photography was on hand and shares some of the best costumes he saw during the event.
Car fans got a look at Texas debuts, alternative energy vehicles and more as the Houston Auto Show set up show at the NRG Center. Among the bigger debuts was the Pagani Huayra, a custom built supercar with a price tag estimated at $1.9 million. PHOTOS BY DERREK BARLOW.
To celebrate the release of their new EP Make Some Room, The Suffers have been doing what they do best: playing live. After a sold out show in Austin, The Suffers returned home for a sold out celebration at Fitzgerald's, featuring a cameo from the one and only Willie D. PHOTOS BY GREG NOIRE.
Another page was added to the history book of Houston comedy, as comedians from near and far took the stages of the Come & Take It Comedy Takeover. Held at Warehouse Live, the festival included such names as The Whitest Kids U' Know, Norm Macdonald and Maria Bamford. PHOTOS BY J TOVAR.