Trojan Goat

At Archway Gallery, a Decade of Recognizing Local Talent

Archway's 10th Annual Juried Exhibition sifts through hundreds of submissions to shine the light on unrecognized local artists.

07/10/2018 By Anna Lassmann

Good to the Bone

The Organic Beauty of Joris Laarman

The Dutch designer offers an elegant array of algorithmically-perfected objects at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

07/09/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Charity

Rolex Boutique Deutsch & Deutsch Hosts 'Sips and Syllables'

The event, held in partnership with the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation Young Professionals Group, is a precursor to the literacy foundation's annual gala.

07/06/2018 With Laura Tracy

Story Time

Prepare to Hear the Stories of Acres Homes, Gulfton, Third Ward, and Beyond

City dollars will fund five artists to tell the stories of five culturally rich but historically under-resourced Houston neighborhoods.

07/06/2018 By Brittanie Shey

Never forget

What Will A Houston Flood Museum Look Like?

First, it will ebb and flow—just like water. And second, it'll debut in August 2018.

07/05/2018 By Morgan Kinney

NO RAIN PLEASE!

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, July 6–8

Sharks, pub crawls, and album releases await.

07/05/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Boyish 👋

On Look Together, Wild Moccasins Make the Bad Times Sound Good

Huge hooks and subtweets abound on the Houston indie-pop group's first album in four years.

07/04/2018 By Cory Garcia

🇺🇸

Seems Like A Pretty Good Time to Reread the Constitution, Eh?

The Houston Great Books Council holds an annual civics discussion each Fourth of July. Even in 2018, they plan to keep things civil.

07/03/2018 By Anna Lassmann

Oh, Clementine

15 Gifts for Your Most Westworld-Obsessed Friend

Strut yourself into the Valley Beyond.

07/02/2018 By Rebekah Kibodeaux

Do You Ever Feel Like a Plastic Bag?

All the Houston Independence Day Firework Shows Worth Your Time

All the best places to avert your eyes from the headlines and watch the sky burn.

07/02/2018 By Cicely Rubottom

crazy good

Strap In For Yet Another Over-the-Top Field Trip with Tamarie Cooper

The Catastrophic Theatre associate director calls this year's edition of her near-annual summer musical "a field trip through my existential crisis."

06/29/2018 By Holly Beretto

Murder?

Review: A Convoluted Holmes and Watson Serves Up a Mystery at the Alley Theatre

Break out your magnifying glass if you plan on following the twists and turns of this play.

06/28/2018 By Doni Wilson

My horn can pierce the sky!

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, June 29–July 1

Unicorns, drag queens, and Swedes abound.

06/28/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Woman-eese

Prepare to Sing and Shout with Sistas at the Ensemble

The musical follows five women as they explore family through the music of everyone from Billie Holiday to Beyoncé.

06/27/2018 By Holly Beretto

Wall to 'Gram

11 Pieces of Houston Street Art Just Begging to Be Photographed

Some oldies, some newbies, but all goodies assembled here for your summer Insta pleasure.

06/26/2018 By Catherine Wendlandt

Wings

Review: Swan Lake Soars into Jones Hall

Houston Ballet's season closer channels the Tchaikovsky classic to dazzle and delight.

06/25/2018 By Doni Wilson

Nothing But the Truth

Don't Get Caught at Landing Theatre Company's Duplicitous New Show

An immersive theater experience at Clarke & Associates explores the limits of truth.

06/22/2018 By Kaylee Dusang

Ice House

The Sportswriter Who Predicted the Astros' World Series Win Is Back—With a Book

Ben Reiter's Astroball is the book-length addendum to the now-famous 2014 Sports Illustrated cover story.

06/22/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Ice House

How Do Shakespeare Festival Actors Survive the Houston Heat?

To sweat or not to sweat: That is the question.

06/22/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Music

The World Wakes Up to The Suffers

Back with a new album, the first local band to gain a significant national profile in a generation performs at the Heights Theater this month.

06/22/2018 By Chris Gray