In this week's Cover story we look at Houston Baptist University and their decision to get in to the football game. While working on the story we got a chance to spend some time on the field with the team. PHOTOS BY MICHAEL STARGHILL JR.
"I'll admit I was skeptical about the place when my friend first suggested it to me. Strip-center seafood is not something I generally seek out, but being a trusting sort, I decided to give Hai Cang a try. I needn't have worried: The chefs here know their way around a lobster and a crab and...
UtopiaFest 2013 took place just North of Utopia, Texas starting on September 19th. Around 2,000 fans made the trip to the spot in the Texas Hill Country for a few days of good music and (after some rain) beautiful weather. Check out our on the scene report over in Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY JIM BRICKER.
It was a long, hot Summer for the city of Houston but - no matter how slowly it feels sometimes - the temperatures are starting to cool off and Fall has officially begun. Take one last look back at how Houston spent its hot nights this Summer.
Saturday afternoon fans lined up at Cactus Music to get their copies of Bun B's Rap Coloring and Activity Book autographed by the man himself and Shea Serrano. It was a great afternoon that included Mayor Parker showing up to get her copy autographed. For more information on the book, check out...
Australia's Strange Fruit put on multiple performances last weekend at Discovery Green atop their 15 feet tall poles. For more information about Strange Fruit, check out our interview with them. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
Like it's fanfare opening day at 1110 Main Street on October 20, 1947, many city blocks were shut down and traffic detoured for the implosion of the Foley's / Macy's Building on September 22nd, 2013. PHOTOS BY ABRAHÁN GARZA.