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.
1 day ago | Music
Music is the common thread that runs through this Memorial Day weekend. We've got Motown's finest at Miller, Broadway's best with Houston Symphony and a couple of tributes to the late, great Pauline Oliveros. Film buffs can choose between a cerebr...
3 days ago | Houston 101
What happens if you love, love, love your neighborhood, but Mother Nature has thrown a few nasty curveballs? When it comes to the residents of Meyerland, they're using every trick in the toolbox to rebuild with resilience, aided by initiatives at ...
4 days ago | NASA
Almost 50 years ago, as those glued to television sets were collectively holding their breath while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin completed their lunar module landing tasks, we heard those now famous words: "Houston, Tranquility Ba...
8 days ago | Bayou City
After umpteen straight days of rain, we could sure use a break, and it looks like the sun is finally peeking out from behind those clouds. Which is awesome for the hard-partying Jeep enthusiasts heading to Crystal Beach for Go Topless, the 1920s c...
10 days ago | Houston 101
If your idea of entertaining is having friends over for pizza and board games around the kitchen table, then River Oaks might not be for you. But when it comes to throwing a bash for 200 of your closest friends, there's nothing better than one of ...
10 days ago | Environment
Almost a million plant and animal species have a target on their back, at risk of extinction thanks to global warming and the need for humans to farm, log, poach, fish and mine the natural world. There was plenty of doom and gloom in a Global Asse...