Although sometimes it feels like festival season never ends, something about Madness on Main Street 2015 made Houston feel like it was in the middle of Summer festival - pardon the pun - madness. Among the many performers were Electric Attitude, Fea, George West, The Beans and many, many more. PHOTOS BY YURI PEÑA.
Now that some states have legalized marijuana and their society didn't collapse, people around the country are starting to demand they too have access to the plant. In Houston, those who are pro-legalization marched downtown, joining similar protests around the world. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
While the first kickoff of the season is still months away, the NFL Draft gives fans an excuse to dig out their Texans gear and celebrate. We spent the evening with the fans who showed up to NRG Stadium to cheer on the team and see them make their first pick, which ended up being Wake Forest...
"Weights + Measures is a fun, adorable space full of '70s kitsch. The comfortable spot is furnished with laminate tables and chairs upholstered in avocado--green fabric. There's a fabulous orange shag rug mounted to the wall in the bar lounge area and wood laminate end tables that could have...
Houston couldn't let April go by without hitting the Sunday Streets. This month 19th Street from Heights to Shepherd was the route and the neighborhood got in to things with live music, food trucks and more. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
In what is becoming one of the favorites on the Houston food calendar, the Houston Barbecue Festival returned for its third annual celebration of meat. It should come as no surprise that the event was a sell out. PHOTOS BY CHUCK COOK PHOTOGRAPHY.
April 25 was the end for The Stag's Head. As previously reported, the bar's landlord decided not to renew their lease. Fans of the two time Best of Houston winner packed it for one last celebration. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES.
"Le' Pam's is a casual, joyful spot. It's not exactly the kind of place to take someone who's impressed with fancy surroundings or high prices, but those whose hearts long for homestyle food and a warm welcome will rejoice. If you do happen to take a date there and he or she loves it, hang onto...
The Green Label Live concert series arrived in Houston, with a special performance by Snow Tha Product. Before that was the Mtn Dew DIY Fest, which gave people the chance to get creative, enjoy some live music and skate the biggest skate park in the nation. PHOTOS BY J TOVAR.
In our cover story, "Clutch City: An Oral History of the Houston Rockets Miracle Playoff Run," we sat down with the members of the 94-95 Rockets team that went from the sixth seed to NBA champions. Relive the memories of the team that turned Houston in to Clutch City with this look back.
Another Coachella came to a close on April 19 with performances by Jenny Lewis, Built to Spill, Touché Amoré, St. Vincent and many more. All images by David Le.
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