• Buffalo Bayou Partnership Resurrects Love Street Light Circus With David Adickes
    October 19 at 8:40 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    Buffalo Bayou Partnership rolled out the psychedelic carpet last night for its Love Street Light Circus Party. The groovy set partied like it was 1968, donning bell bottoms, flower power and tie dyes, while toasting the historic Sunset Coffee…

  • Dream Machine Delivers Hallucinatory Raver of Technology, Art and Music
    October 16 at 8:40 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Houston got weird Saturday night with the interactive, tech-inspired digital installations of Dream Machine 2017. The brainchild of Hannah Bull, Dom Bam and Black Cassidy, this nightlong raver (wild attire encouraged) featured a digital therapeutic…

  • High Society: The Movers and Shakers of Fashion X Houston
    October 9 at 9:35 a.m. by Treva Wygle

    The fashionistas, models and bold-faced set gathered this weekend in Houston for runway shows, step and repeats and the hottest new clothes for fall during Fashion X Houston. Designers included Vilebrequin, Joie, ERES, BAANOU, COS, de…


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  • Tiptoe Through Some of Houston's Weirdest and Wackiest Homes
    October 8 at 3 p.m. by Abrahán Garza

    Hippos and horses and mummies, oh my. Come with us on this visual tour of the art and architecture on the 2017 Weird Homes Tour Houston. Stops included Bonnie Blue's art house, Sharon Kopriva's artist's haven, Sue Shefman's Hippolotofus House,…

  • The Best Halloween Costumes for 2017
    October 7 at 10:20 a.m. by Yuri Pena

    Picking just the right Halloween costume is a big decision, so we headed out to Frankel's Costume to see what's trending this year in Houston. There were influences from television and film, including Star Wars, Game of Thrones and Tim Burton's…

  • Texas Renaissance Festival Kicks Off With Oktoberfest Weekend
    October 2 at 7:25 a.m. by Makwakwa, Tracey

    Texans dug deep into their closets for lederhosen, dirndl, chain mail and fur-embellished cosplay, as the 2017 Texas Renaissance Festival kicked off with fantastic weather for its Oktoberfest opener. Themed weekends continue through November 26, so…

  • East End Studio Gallery's Wacky Tim Burton-Themed Art Show
    October 1 at 7 a.m. by Abrahán Garza

    The nomadic East End Studio Gallery held an opening reception for its second annual Tim Burton Tribute, Burtonesque, at Hardy & Nance Studios on September 30. The weird and wonderful people came out to view art inspired by Edward Scissorhands,…

  • A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Flood-Damaged Wortham Theater Center
    September 22 at 12:10 p.m. by Marco Torres

    Hurricane Harvey's unprecedented rains unleashed hell upon the Texas Gulf Coast, and Houston's Wortham Theater Center suffered brutal losses from the flooding. Already arts organizations like the Houston Ballet and Houston Grand Opera are…

  • The Cute Canines at Dog Day at Minute Maid Park
    September 18 at 8 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    There was plenty of tail-wagging fun this Sunday with Dog Day at Minute Maid Park. Astros rally pups and their humans came out for this annual favorite with a pooch parade around the field, dog day vendor alley and even a costume contest. We saw…

  • Kick the Tires and Light the Fires at New Lone Star Flight Museum
    September 17 at 9:05 a.m. by Abrahán Garza

    This weekend marked the opening of the Lone Star Flight Museum in its new $38 million dollar digs at Ellington Airport, featuring 130,000 square feet of historically significant aircraft, more than 1,500 artifacts and a journey through aviation…

  • The Best From the 2016-2017 Season Celebrated at Houston Theater Awards
    September 12 at 1 p.m. by Francisco Montes

    In August we announced the winners and finalists of this year's Houston Theater Awards, celebrating those shining stars from on stage and behind-the-scenes. Theater insiders gathered at MKT BAR on September 11 to celebrate a successful 2016-2017…

  • Coffee & Cars Celebrates Ferrari Day With Hurricane Harvey Relief Drive
    September 10 at 9 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    September brought cooler weather and larger crowds to the monthly Coffee & Cars event at Memorial City on Saturday. Car buffs gathered to admire the Ferraris, expensive exotics and dreamy sports cars at this Scuderia Society-hosted event while also…

  • Gettin' Schwifty at Insomnia Gallery's Adult Swim Art Show
    September 10 at 7:15 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Pulling from Rick and Morty, Space Ghost and The Brak Show, Insomnia Gallery showcased work by artists inspired by Adult Swim. Eureka Heights Brewing Company turned this Eastwood opener into a party with free sips all night. Proceeds along with toy…

  • Houstonians Come Out for Some Art Therapy at Insomnia Gallery
    September 3 at 7:45 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Harvey tried its best to knock down Houston artist Honeybones, but other than having to reschedule once and evacuate once, the Insomnia Gallery employee soldiered through, mounting the gallery's first show entirely dedicated to illustration in its…

  • Models Take to the Runway During White Dress Party at Bar Bleu
    August 26 at 1:35 p.m. by Gilbert Bernal

    Models, designers and fashionistas gathered at Bar Bleu in Houston to see the latest in the August 24 White Dress Party and Fashion Show featuring H. Harloquin dresses. Celebrity sightings included Miss Houston Latina and Miss Galaxy at this…

  • Memorial Park Super Fans Gather for Annual Lawn Party in Houston
    August 25 at 8 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Everybody needs a friend, and that's also true for one of our favorite parks in Houston. The nature-loving members of Friends of Memorial Park gathered for a Lawn Party on August 24 along with the young professionals from Urban Wild. The shebang…

  • Meet the Winners of the 2017 Houston Theater Awards

    Has there ever been a bad season in Houston theater? Not one we can think of. Certainly not the 2016-17 season, which we honor now. Read our full coverage in print and online.

  • Indivisible Houston Lets Loose With <i>Hamilton</i> Singalong at Guava Lamp
    August 21 at 7:25 a.m. by Yuri Pena

    Indivisible Houston found a creative and fun way to continue the fight for freedom by hosting a Hamilton Singalong at Guava Lamp in Houston on August 19. Organizers took a break from phone calling, filling airports and organizing marches to let…

  • Texas Road Trip: Burton, Where the Back Roads End
    August 20 at 8:40 a.m. by Susie Tommaney

    If you're itching for a nice day trip out of the city, look for Burton, Texas — smack dab in the middle of it all between Houston and Austin. It's a sleepy little town where the back roads end, but don't overlook the lively nightlife, fabulous…

  • Graffiti-Covered Harrisburg Arts Museum Hosts Epic Art Battle in Eastwood
    August 16 at 5:50 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Eastwood's unique, graffiti-covered venue, the Harrisburg Arts Museum, hosted its Ham Art Market 3 on August 12. Art-lovers checked out the murals, street art and graffiti, shopped from art and vintage clothing vendors, saw live painting and…



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