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.
3 days ago | Visual Arts
The sets, costumes and wallpaper from Alley Theatre's 2014 production of Dracula, The Original Vampire Play would lend themselves very well to a macabre round of Where's Waldo? or an obsessive hunt for hidden Mickeys. Only instead of mouse ears pl...
4 days ago | Photography
Very few of us survived Hurricane Harvey unscathed. Texans lost their pets, homes and even their lives. Weeks later, after the rains had dried up and West Sam Houston Parkway started to not look like a river, there still were tears: sadness from l...
5 days ago | Houston 101
At this point our air conditioners have been chugging along, nonstop, for months on end. Which means there's an increased chance of something going awry. If the a/c does go out here are some tried and true methods for beating the heat and, when yo...
6 days ago | Visual Arts
Technically not new; we've already seen more than a few H-Town selfies taken with these whimsical Lego® people. But Nathan Sawaya's sextet of monochromatic "Park People" moves to Houston Center for another week or so, giving us one last ...
11 days ago | Things To Do
By day architects work hard to make sure buildings are structurally sound, aesthetically pleasing and tick off boxes for sustainability, environmental impact and functionality. But when it comes to the AIA SandCastle competition, it's time to let ...