The Worm Appears

Dennis Rodman Talks His New Job in Houston, LeBron, Madonna

Former NBA star, current peace broker joins AnyTickets team.

07/23/2018 By Timothy Malcolm

It's Lit

Review: Jump on into the Ring of Fire at Stages

The Johnny Cash musical illuminates the man—and woman—behind some of America's finest music of the last century.

07/23/2018 By Doni Wilson

Events

Social Graces Social Club Opens Clubhouse

The members-only philanthropic networking and friendship group celebrated its one-year anniversary by opening a retail, co-working, production and event space.

07/20/2018 With Laura Tracy

Helping Houston

4 Ways to Shop and Do Good In Houston

These thrift stores all benefit local charities.

07/20/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Helping Houston

12 Simple Ways to Help Houston Become a Better City

An everyday guide to voting better, helping the homeless, beautifying the city, and improving the environment.

07/20/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Helping Houston

22 Nonprofits Worthy of Your Time, Money, or Both

Houston's nonprofit organizations—and the causes they support—could always use a helping hand.

07/20/2018 By Morgan Kinney, Gwendolyn Knapp, Nicki Koetting, Abby Ledoux, Laura Furr Mericas, and Dianna Wray

Pun-Tastic

Are Your Puns the Most Groan-Worthy of All?

Test them out at The Secret Group's One Off Pun Off event.

07/20/2018 By Chris Gray

Ice House

The Woodlands Finally Gets Its Own Art Museum

The new Glade Cultural Center has a permanent collection from David Adickes, a real-deal commercial gallery, and more.

07/20/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Ice House

How a Post-Harvey Viral Wedding Photo Inspired an Artist Across the Country

Sarah Miller wanted to do something nice for Chris and Shelley Holland after Hurricane Harvey derailed their wedding. So, she put her skills to use.

07/20/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Helping Houston

60 Ways to Make Houston a Better Place

From teaching someone to read to learning to merge in traffic, feeding the homeless to picking up after your dog, supporting the arts to voting to planting trees to not %$#&ing littering—and oh-so-much more.

07/20/2018 By Houstonia Staff

paw-some times

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, July 20–22

Dogs, music, lots of space, and a portentous book signing.

07/19/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Double Trouble

Review: Love Never Dies Reminds Us How Much We Love the Original

No, really—we would watch Phantom of the Opera over this any day of the week.

07/19/2018 By Dianna Wray

babs!

Review: Buyer & Cellar Laughs in the Face of Celebrity

A trip into Barbra Streisand's basement is about as absurd as you'd expect.

07/19/2018 By Holly Beretto

No Can Do

Hall & Oates Canceled Their Houston Show, But Here’s Our Interview With John Oates Anyway

The Hall of Famer talks his new solo album, memoir, and what it's like being on tour at age 70.

07/18/2018 By Laura Furr Mericas

Mother Russia

Daniel Silva and The Other Woman Come to Houston

The best-selling author's newest novel carries a timely message: “Russia is not a friend of the West. Russia is an adversary of the West. Russia wants its old empire back.”

07/17/2018 By Holly Beretto

Decadence

Houstonia's 2018 Scotch & Steaks Event Was an Intimate Evening of Decadence

Fifty attendees sat down to a three-course meal paired with rare Glenfiddich scotches.

07/17/2018 With Laura Tracy

Musical impressions

Ludovico Einaudi Gave His Jones Hall Audience Exactly What It Wanted

The Italian pianist and composer transcended expectations Sunday night.

07/16/2018 By Dianna Wray

Crisis

What's Going on at the Border? The Rothko Chapel Asks Questions and Offers Answers.

A Tuesday community gathering grapples with the evolving immigration crisis.

07/16/2018 By Anna Lassmann

Charity

Young Houstonians for Houston Children’s Charity Celebrates Birthday Bash

The young professionals group raised $12,000 benefit Houston Children’s Charity’s Chariots for Children program.

07/16/2018 With Laura Tracy

Charity

George Springer All Star Bowling Benefit Raises More Than $250K

Proceeds from the event will send children from families in need to Camp SAY, a summer camp for kids who stutter.

07/16/2018 With Laura Tracy