"Shrimp and Crawfish" shows off Houston as more than just a steak city.
The local foodie couple debuts a new reality series documenting the people and places delivering Houston's food.
14 Pews kicks off a weeklong film festival showcasing work written and directed by women.
The free, citywide arts festival showcases art by and about folks with disabilities with the intention of removing stigma and promoting artists.
The star: sexy Jeff Glodblum.
A Mary Ellen Bute retrospective puts the spotlight on the oft-forgotten film pioneer.
Netflix and Chill
It's time to binge.
John Wayne's famous West Texas movie set is liquidating much of its historic props and memorabilia later this month.
A Night to Remember
In its seventh year, “Say Yes to the Prom” plans an H-Town pit-stop for students impacted by Harvey.
Photographer Clark Little gives a local's perspective of Oahu in this new series.
Let us simplify a decision that is known to tear families apart.
Friends don't lie, and friends also give good gifts.
Mary Cate Stevenson
NASA confirmed the space station will screen Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
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A longtime Selena tribute artist brings the Tejano superstar back to life, for a time.
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MoviePass allows you to get a leg up and see a movie per day in theaters for a single monthly fee.
Our must-see picks for the city's most ambitious film event.
A documentary at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival explores borders and immigration through landscape art.
Home Sweet Home
The documentary Our Journey Home comes to Houston to illustrate the benefits of much-needed public housing.
The Big Bang Theory offshoot is a surprisingly charming East Texas family sitcom.
Founder Hal Wixon breaks down some of the selections for the 19th iteration of Houston's best film festival.