New Musical Heartbreak USA, Indigo Trio, Shobana's Krishna, CAMH reading, and a Carnival parade.
The UH creative writing professor tackles America’s deepest problems.
The London-based artist (and Rice alum) will discuss his career and scholarship over three nights.
Dept. of Self-Improvement
An imagined conversation with the spiritual guru based on the afterword to his latest book, The 13th Disciple.
Texas Abstract surveys the rise of non-representational art from the 1930s to the present.
Measuring the environmental impact of the arts
Featuring Hozier, Kazuo Ishiguro, and the final weekend of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Gwendolyn Zepeda's two-year term ends in April. Who will succeed her?
Readings & Lectures
The Japanese-born British writer will read from his first novel in a decade.
The popular travel guide comes to Houston to promote his latest book, Travel as a Political Act.
On Thursday, 75 cities around the world will host simultaneous Q Commons events, featuring addresses from Malcolm Gladwell and Soledad O'Brien.
Featuring two American poets, a documentary about La Sagrada Família, and your last chance to see Bruce Munro's Discovery Green art installation
William Camfield will discuss the first installment of his four-volume Francis Picabia catalogue raisonné at the Menil on Wednesday.
A few of our favorites, from Poison Pen to Nuestra Palabra.
Featuring Jason Moran, John Lewis, Sherlock Holmes, and something called Frostival
The long-serving congressman still bears the scars from Selma and Birmingham.
92.1’s sudden format change forced popular talk show Drink of Ages to find a new home.
Here's what we're looking forward to in the new year.
A considered guide to Houston’s many well-heeled wordsmiths
This week: Dirty Dancing, Amy Schumer, and the Houston band Children of Pop