Susie Tommaney is a contributing writer who enjoys covering the lively arts and culture scene in Houston and surrounding areas, connecting creative makers with the Houston Press readers to make every week a great one.
13 hours ago | Houston 101
John Wiley Link had big dreams when he purchased more than 3,300 acres southwest of downtown in the early 1900s, spending more than a million dollars on infrastructure to create the Montrose neighborhood. His vision was for mansions to line the Lo...
2 days ago | Animals
Tired of filling out all those TPS reports? Did your boss just ask you to work the weekend? Did the two Bobs call you into the conference room to justify your existence? Then jump on the ASMR bandwagon and find inner peace by chilling over a relax...
5 days ago | Festivals
When Houston summers become unbearable, there's nothing better than finding relief inside a cool movie theater. QFest delivers that and more, screening thoughtful films that address current events, show inspirational stories of triumph through cre...
6 days ago | Stage
"A-weema-weh, a-weema-weh / In the jungle, the mighty jungle...." The lion might be sleeping tonight, but all over H-Town attorneys, judges and stage-struck performers are donning wigs, costumes and make-up as Night Court, Houston's all-...
7 days ago | Festivals
Imagine this weekend in Houston is a massive interactive scavenger hunt. Before Sunday is over, we'll have seen bar crawlers wearing Santa hats, dogs groomed to look like lions, a Hawker jet tricked out in 1960s colors, the first Moorish American ...
8 days ago | Houston 101
What does Spring Branch mean to you? For parents, it's access to an award-winning school district that's worth paying a bit more in property values. For old school Houstonians, it's a region of phenomenal growth that saw tiny West Belt morph into ...