• Camaro vs. Mustang Face-Off at Anheuser-Busch Houston Brewery
    October 22 at 2:20 p.m. by Jason McElweenie

    The Anheuser-Busch Houston Brewery hosted a face-off between Camaros and Mustangs this weekend, with the biggest car count walking off with bragging rights. H-Town Camaro Club pitted its muscle against the Northside Mustang Car Club, while car…

  • Houston Texans Demolish Cleveland Browns During NFL Week Six
    October 16 at 8:15 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    The Houston Texans demolished the Cleveland Browns with a 33-17 win during game six of the NFL regular season. With J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus out, everybody stepped up their game and we saw strong plays from Will Fuller, D. J.…

  • Skooter's Dog Paddle Celebrates Motorcycles and Man's Best Friend
    October 10 at 9:35 a.m. by Yuri Pena

    The fifth iteration of Skooter's Ride took a pounding from Hurricane Harvey, so this annual tribute to late bestie Skooter had its do-over this weekend, this time as Skooter's Dog Paddle benefiting the Houston SPCA. It was a great afternoon in…


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  • Houston Astros Lead the Best-of-Five Playoff Series by a 2-0 Margin
    October 7 at 10:30 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    Game two between the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox was pretty much a repeat of game one. The Astros took the early lead. The Red Sox threatened. The starting pitchers struggled. The Astros hit a couple of homers. The Astros won 8-2, just…

  • Houston Texans Dominate in Record-Settting Win Over Tennessee Titans
    October 2 at 8:15 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    The Houston Texans dominated in its 57-14 win over the Tennessee Titans during week four of the 2017 regular season. Our hometown faves also set a team record for most points scored in a game in Texans franchise history, giving everybody a chance…

  • UH and Rice Battle on the Gridiron for the Bayou Bucket
    September 18 at 8:35 a.m. by Jack Gorman

    The University of Houston Cougars defeated crosstown rivals Rice Owls for the Bayou Bucket at TDECU Stadium on Saturday night. Defensive superstar Ed Oliver created turnovers and quarterback Kyle Allen and the offense capitalized by turning them…

  • Houston Astros Clinch Division Title With Win Over Seattle Mariners
    September 18 at 7 a.m. by Jack Gorman

    With Sunday's win against the Seattle Mariners, the Houston Astros officially clinched their first division title since 2001. With Justin Verlander taking the mound and supermodel girlfriend Kate Upton joining the rabid fans in support, the Juice…

  • Houstonians Rally in Protest of President Trump's Move to End DACA
    September 17 at 7:40 a.m. by Abrahán Garza

    Angered by President Donald J. Trump and Jeff Sessions for the recent announcement to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, protesters gathered at Houston's Irvington Park on Cavalcade and marched to Moody Park on Fulton. The…

  • Liberty Whites, Tailgating and the Season Opener for Texans Football
    September 11 at 7:30 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    Houston Texans fans donned their liberty whites and came out for some amazing weather, good ol' fashioned tailgating and the opener for a season of football. Hopes were high, the temperatures were (relatively) low and we went into this game with…

  • Houstonians Chill Out with Dog Yoga at Under the Radar Brewery
    September 10 at 7:45 a.m. by Yuri Pena

    After the weeks we've had with Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, it's chillin' time in the Bayou City, and there's no better way to find your happy place than with some zen-inducing yoga. Our pets have been under duress too — there's that "no,…

  • Z-Ro, Slim Thug, Paul Wall Host Donation Drive for Hurricane Harvey Relief
    September 7 at 6 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    H-Town's music scene isn't wasting any time jumping in to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Rappers Z-Ro, Slim Thug and Paul Wall mobilized a pop up donation drive near Homestead and Tidwell in north Houston this weekend. With help from local…

  • Don't Let the Door Hit You on the Way Out, Harvey
    August 30 at 9:05 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    As the sun begins to peek through the clouds in Houston it's time to assess the damage, make a plan and begin the work of taking back our fair city. There's much to be done, with tens of thousands now homeless and many still struggling with high…

  • As Addicks Reservoir Flows Over Spillway, Residents Fear Uncontrolled Release
    August 29 at 6:20 p.m. by Doogie Roux

    Tuesday morning brought a new fear for Houstonians. Just as we began to breathe a sigh of relief that Tropical Storm Harvey was taking it down the road, hopefully letting the flooding begin to subside, we realized that there's yet another threat.…

  • Displaced Houstonians Find Shelter at George R. Brown Convention Center
    August 28 at 1 p.m. by Doogie Roux

    The numbers are still growing but as of Sunday night, August 27, the Houston police and fire departments had received more than 6,000 calls for high-water rescues. Already 1,000 Houstonians have been taken to George R. Brown Convention Center, with…

  • Hurricane Harvey Unleashes Hell on the Bayou City
    August 27 at 5:50 p.m. by Multiple Authors

    In the sober light of day, Houstonians and surrounding communities woke up on August 27 to find catastrophic devastation from Hurricane Harvey's wrath. According to the Harris County Flood Control District, rainfall rates at some locations already…

  • More Scenes From the Devastation Wrought by Hurricane Harvey in Houston
    August 27 at 3:35 p.m.

    As reports started pouring in throughout Houston and surrounding areas on August 27, the grim reality of the damage brought about by Hurricane Harvey, flooding and tornadoes became apparent. Here are some views from the East End, Missouri City,…

  • Scenes From Unprecedented Flooding Event in Houston and Surrounding Areas
    August 27 at 1:45 p.m.

    Our worst fears were realized as Houstonians awoke on August 27 to discover that Hurricane Harvey had unleashed unprecedented flooding across Houston and surrounding areas. Houston police and fire departments worked through the night responding to…

  • Hurricane Harvey Wreaks Havoc in Houston and Surrounding Areas
    August 26 at 2:20 p.m. by Multiple Authors

    On Saturday morning, August 26, after Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas Gulf coast as a category four storm (later downgraded), Houstonians awoke to a weird, eerie desolation. Over in Fort Bend County, a tornado ripped through Sienna Plantation…

  • Critical Mass Pedals Through Hurricane Harvey's Outer Bands of Rain
    August 26 at 6:40 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Hurricane Harvey started as a tropical depression and soon strengthened to a category four storm. That didn't stop cyclists from gathering for the largest social ride in Houston, Critical Mass, on August 25 in Houston. After meeting at Historic…

  • Houstonians Clearing Grocery Shelves Before Hurricane Harvey Hits
    August 25 at 2:45 p.m. by Multiple Authors

    These photos from Galveston on the morning of August 25 are ominous enough to make naysayers think twice. Houstonians are flocking in droves to purchase ice, water, nonperishables and plenty of booze just in case Hurricane Harvey does its worst to…



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