Cory Garcia is a Contributing Editor for the Houston Press. He once won an award for his writing, but he doesn't like to brag about it. If you're reading this sentence, odds are good it's because he wrote a concert review you don't like or he wanted to talk pro wrestling.
3 days ago | Classic Rock Corner
It's weird to think of Tool as a living, breathing organism. Yes, Houston Tool fans have seen them alive and kicking multiple times over the past decade-plus since they released 10,000 Days, including a show in 2016 that was among the best concert...
10 days ago | Breakfast
Most of our quick breakfast options are really just vessels for more interesting flavors. Toast is a mechanism to eat jelly/jam/preserves. Waffles and Pancakes are a platform for syrup. And there there's cereal, which is a food that only exists to...
21 days ago | Classic Rock Corner
Because human lives are so short in the long arc of history, it’s easy to lose perspective on the actual age of certain things. There are people still driving around right now that were born before “rock and roll” captured the hearts and dancing s...
22 days ago | Best of Houston
The Rolling Stones NRG Stadium July 27, 2K19 The Rolling Stones are human like the rest of us, but it's hard not to see them as some of the fundamental archetypes of rock and roll. Mick Jagger is the handsome, charming, engaging frontman; Keith Ri...
2 months ago | Classic Rock Corner
I did not grow up in the most musically progressive town. Victoria, Texas is big enough to have multiple radio stations, but in the late ‘90s, it wasn’t big enough to have any stations that played any sort of hard rock that could be consider...
3 months ago | Current Events
Do the most absurd of stories prove the existence of a higher power or are they proof that life is unplanned chaos? The current state of affairs is enough to get you to tweet “this is the worst timeline (frown emoji)” at least once a day, and that...