The folks behind the Grind Zone documentary and tour, an examination on grime music in America, visited Houston to hit the ice and then party with the folks at Trashed's "Ho Ho Ho Down." PHOTOS BY J TOVAR.
Lee Fields and the Expressions, The Tontons and The Suffers all hit the stage at Warehouse Live as Red Bull brought their popular Sound Select series to Houston. These are the lucky people that made it in to the winning show. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES.
With Case Keenum and Gary Kubiak back at NRG Stadium, the Texans/Ravens game was a bizarre reunion/homecoming. In the end, Keenum picked up his first NFL win as the Texans defense kept the Ravens in check for the 25-13 victory. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES (1-40); GROOVEHOUSE (41-80).
Consider this a victory lap for surviving another wild Houston year. Consider this a thank you to all of our photographers for the great work they do. Consider this a gift to you, the reader, a visual guide to the year that was here in Houston. See you in 2015!
You meet a lot of people when you have a camera in your hand. True, some people try and avoid it, but many folks really enjoy getting their photos taken. Every year we meet hundreds of interesting folks covering the events of Houston. Here are 100 that we'd hang with again.
Saturday, December 13, 2014, Houstonians took to the streets around the Galleria to protest police brutality. This protest was one of many that took place from coast to coast over the weekend. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
The 2014 Rusty Riders Christmas Lights Bike Ride was held Friday, December 12, 2014. The Rusty Riders welcomed people of all ages as they continued their annual tradition of invading River Oaks and riding through it's most decorated streets. The ride started and ended at Market Square Park....
The Houston Press, like most Houstonians, loves food. That's why we spend so much time checking out what's going on in the Houston food scene. From going behind the scenes at various restaurants to hitting the streets with food trucks to hosting our own events, our photogs were out and about...
On Sunday, December 7, the streets in the East End/Fifth Ward community were opened to pedestrians and cyclists. The route ran east on Navigation Boulevard and then north on York and Hirsch, between Jensen and Clinton. PHOTOS BY ABRAHÁN GARZA.