Hot Hot Hot

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Sept. 22-24

An unhinged film festival, hot sauce galore, and a bit of Beethoven.

09/21/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Discover Houston

Find the Free Fall Event For You at Discovery Green

And while, no, the roller rink is not back yet, Houstonians can find something to do just about every night of the week from now through November.

09/21/2017 By Laura Furr Mericas

Oldie but a goodie

Da Camera Enters its Third Decade with Concerts from the Harlem Quartet

Jazz and Cuban rhythms are the focus Saturday, with an all-Beethoven concert Sunday.

09/20/2017 By Holly Beretto

Festival Hype

The Day For Night 2017 Lineup is Here and We're Screaming

Houston's favorite festival gets bigger and flashier, adding a speaking series to a stellar musical lineup.

09/20/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Benefetes

Fall Fashion Arrives at the Junior League's Opening Style Show

Tootsies wants you in a sparkly formal jumpsuit this fall. Get on board.

09/20/2017 By Nandi Howard

hou gotta be kidding

Weeks Post-Harvey, Downtown Arts Venues Remain Unusable

The Wortham Center will be closed through May 15, 2018 "in a best case scenario."

09/19/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Making Noise

Trombone Shorty Answers Our Questions Ahead of Tuesday’s ‘Party’

"If you could imagine Mardi Gras for 90 minutes phonically, then that’s what we do."

09/18/2017 By Laura Furr Mericas

Take me to [the] church

Steve Kilbey on Self-Reproach, Sinatra and Something Quite Peculiar

Australian rockers The Church roll through Houston for a gig at The Heights Theater.

09/18/2017 By Chris Becker

Doing Good

Want to Help People Rebuild Their Lives After Harvey? TXRX Will Teach You How

During the new Make-A-Thons, anyone can donate their time to help fabricate and build furniture for Houston residents who lost everything in the storm.

09/15/2017 By Brittanie Shey

H-town Hottie

Rapper Megan Thee Stallion Answers Our Questions (and Releases an EP)

"I'm so outgoing, and I'm so cocky and confident in my music because I want other people to feel that way when they're listening to me."

09/15/2017 By Nandi Howard

Hazed and confused

Ruth Pastine's Mirroring Offers a Kaleidoscopic, Enveloping Experience with Color

A new exhibition at Gallery Sonja Roesch plays with the eye and the mind.

09/15/2017 By Elizabeth Myong

TGIF

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Sept. 15-17

Dance your soul away, drink to Bun B, and commune telepathically with art.

09/14/2017 By Morgan Kinney

The Other Harvey

Forget About Harvey and Go See Harvey

An ill-timed A.D. Players production of the classic play has snowballed into a hurricane relief effort.

09/14/2017 By Holly Beretto

Reppin' H-Town

Solange Slays at New York Fashion Week's Coolest Show

How to steal the show: introduce platinum blonde braids.

09/13/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Literature

Nicole Krauss Talks Forest Dark and the Urgency of Literature in a Post-Harvey City

Krauss will discuss her new book alongside Nathan Englander to kick off the Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series.

09/13/2017 By Ryan Pait

The Art of Fashion

A Quirky Glimpse of Paris Fashion Week Pops Up in Houston

Fashion photographer Jesse Greene plays up an unexpected theme in "Phone Y Fashionistas."

09/12/2017 By Julia Davila

Cha-ching

Rec Room Arts Got Some Money. Now, They Want to Give it to You.

A new residency offers Houston an offbeat opportunity for access to a stipend and performance space alongside lessons in operations and logistics.

09/12/2017 By Holly Beretto

God Bless

Review: Disgraced Interrogates the Complex Question of How to Be 'American'

4th Wall Theatre Company brings the 2013 Pulitzer winner to Houston.

09/11/2017 By Doni Wilson

Go with the Flow

Aguas da Amazonia Brings a Welcome Flood of Technical Ambition

Aperio, Music of the Americas debuts a new arrangement of the Philip Glass masterpiece.

09/11/2017 By Sydney Boyd

Bey Good

Beyoncé's Super-Personal Houston Visit

The star returns to her hometown to spend a day with Harvey survivors—and savor a neighborhood fave.

09/11/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen